I have a client where people who leave MDGP 2013 untouched for a while receive an error message stating "A remove range operation on table 'syContentPageXMLCache' cannot find the table" when they resume using GP.
The More Info is "[Microsoft][SQL Server Native Client 10.0][SQL Server]Invalid object name '##1675106'".
It looks to me like it might be a timeout but I wondered if anyone could shed more light on the issue? Hopefully including a resolution.
This is Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 running on SQL Server 2012.
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You can try by setting as 'Never' for sleep mode.
I have seen errors like FP:Couldn't Close table when users do not use their machine for sometime. This error occurs due to the interruption in network connection as system goes to sleep mode. I have seen results by changing the sleep option to Never for this error. I would suggest you can also try this.
Hope this helps.
RENJAN MATHEW VARUGHESE
DYNAMICS GP CONSULTANT, MCP, PMP
Where is this setting?
Do you have any third party products installed on GP? There is one that logs people out after a specific amount of time. You may need an upgrade to this.
Richard L. Whaley Author, Publisher, Consultant
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No, there are no third party addons.
The setting is in Control Panel >> PowerOptions.
Click on 'Change plan settings' for the plan which is selected.
Select 'Never' for 'Put the computer to sleep'
Control Panel>Power options...
I have seen this in GP 10, when the default settings were changed the interruptions stopped.
Thanks for posting this. We have a client that also is getting this error, and, thanks to you, we now have a fast resolution. Thanks to Rejan, too, for the solution!
Judy Hirst CMA
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Is there any other settings to check regarding this issue? I have a client with the same issue occurring on the Terminal Server - I checked the Power Options on both the SQL Server and the Terminal Server and the 'Put The Computer To Sleep' is set to NEVER for both machines.
Anything else that can cause the Network Connection to timeout or cause connection issues?
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