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I get the following error message when setting up the Adapter and testing the NAV setting :
" ...NAV web service exception message "Function ID 8 was called. The objecct with ID 79 does not have a member with that ID ..."
Any idea ?
Check this post please:
1. Sign in into CRM online and create a new user who is NOT your CRM administrator. This user has to be in Role system customizer and will be automatically assigned to a new additional role during configuration.
2. Start the CRM Connector (be sure you have an internet connection). If the adapter settings windows will not appear automatically select Microsoft CRM from the list and move on with the action “adapter settings”
3. Following the instructions in this window and inside the manual I entered the domain for CRM online and my credentials
Test settings failed …..hmm…
Starting again reading the manual found the information that the discovery service for crm online accounts can be found in sections settings – developer resources
We can see that instead of dev.crm.dynamics.com…. dev.crm4.dynamics.com is used
4. Changing the configuration and try it again
5. Click “configuring Microsoft Dynamics CRM “
Everything you have to know is included in the introduction window
6. Configure the settings and select your organization
7. Follow the steps by the wizard to complete the configuration for CRM Online
Here is another post. Hope these will be useful for you.
Thank you for your attention.
The settings of the CRM connection in the adapter works fine, yhat's only the NAV connection which has the above error.
It seems there is some problem with license or license detection. Try this then:
1 Place your NAV license (.flf) in the local client folder (i.e. C:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics NAV\Client)
IMPORTANT: You must rename the license file “fin.flf”
2 Place your Jet license (.jlf) on a network drive or on your local computer.
3 Open Excel, then open the "Application Settings" from the Jet ribbon or Jet menu
4 In the “Jet License Folder:” section, browse to the network or local folder where you placed your Jet license in Step 2.
5 Select OK on the Application Settings screen.
6 Open the "Data Source Settings" from the Jet ribbon or Jet menu.
7 Select "File" then "New"…
8 Give the data source a unique name.
9 Make sure the “Type” is set to “Navision” or "Dynamics NAV 2009 R2 or earlier" and then select OK.
10 In the “Navision client folder:” section, browse to your Navision client folder (this is the same folder into which you placed your NAV license in Step 1).
11 If you exported a language module and would like to use it for this data source, specify the folder in the “Language module folder:” box.
12 If you exported a language module, select the language from which to display table and field captions. If you do not want to use captions, choose “000 – Do not load language Module.”
13 In the “Log on using” section, select your authentication type. If you use “Database Authentication” type in your user name and password.
14 In the “Connect to” section, choose a server type, then fill in the server name, database name or path, and net type if applicable.
15 Select a default company from the “Company” dropdown list.
16 Select “Test Connection” at the top of the Data Source Settings screen.
Desired Result: “Test Connection Succeeded”
Thank you but I'm not using JetReports ! Only the latest Connector for Microsoft Dynamics
Ok. Then check this Troubleshooting mechanism from MSDN:
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