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caprikan asked a question on 20 Nov 2013 10:20 AM

Hi Everyone,

                   I am trying to configure Dynamics NAV 2009 R2, Dynamics NAV 2013 & Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 on my Laptop ( Win 7 Pro & MS Sql 2008 r2 64 bit). I have successfully configured Dynamics NAV 2009 R2, Dynamics NAV 2013,however after installing Dynamics NAV 2013 R2 I am unable to open the Dynamics NAV 2013 client. Service (MicrosoftDynamicsNavServer$DynamicsNAV71) is getting stopped as soon as I am trying to open the client. I am getting different errors such as 'The Microsoft Dynamics NAV server is currently not ready to serve requests. Try again later or contact your system administrator.' and 'The program could not create a connection to the server. Do you want to try again?'. I am able to open the NAV 2013 R2 development environment however it doesn't have any Server Instance value in Database Information.

I have installed NAV 2013 R2 on different ports to avoid conflicts with Dynamic NAV 2013 such as "ClientServicesPort" value="7054", "SOAPServicesPort" value="7055","ODataServicesPort" value="7056","ManagementServicesPort" value="7053"

I would appreciate if anybody can help me with this issue,

thanking everyone in advance

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Roberto Stefanetti responded on 20 Nov 2013 12:26 PM

hi,

Some checks:

- duplicated ports if not shared  ? Nav 2009, NAV 2013, NAV 2013 R2 ?

- check local firewall ports (if firewall is active)

look at these posts first:

"Running simultanously 2013 and 2013 R2"    

www.mibuso.com/.../viewtopic.php

NAV 2013, NAV 2009 R2, NAV 2009 SP1 & NAV 2009 on Same Machine with Same Ports

saurav-nav.blogspot.it/.../nav-2013-nav-2009-r2-nav-2009-sp1-nav.html

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First test:

- try to repair NAV 2013 installation from DVD

Other testa:

- check if the login account used by the NAV Server has "db_owner access" to the nav 7.1 database

SQL Management, go to Security - Logins - find the login used by the NAV Server (e.g. Network Service) - Properties - User Mapping - find the new database and select db_owner in the "Database role membership".

- Then change the option "Prevent data loss from table changes" from "Yes" to "No" (on Development Environment: <Tools> <Options>) and clicked "OK".

- try to start the nav service

NAV Server instances are stored in table 2000000112 (Server Instance table) > manually add server here if missing

Create new Nav server:

- try to create a new NAV 2013 server instance on Others ports

- open development environment >  launch "build applications objects"

- restart the new istance

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Roberto Stefanetti,  Dynamics Community Moderator-NAV

My Blog http://blogs.dotnethell.it/DynamicsNAV 

Twitter @robstefane

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caprikan responded on 21 Nov 2013 1:37 AM

Thanks Roberto!

SQL Management, go to Security - Logins - find the login used by the NAV Server (e.g. Network Service) - Properties - User Mapping - find the new database and select db_owner in the "Database role membership".

Resolved the Issue for me.

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Roberto Stefanetti responded on 20 Nov 2013 12:26 PM

hi,

Some checks:

- duplicated ports if not shared  ? Nav 2009, NAV 2013, NAV 2013 R2 ?

- check local firewall ports (if firewall is active)

look at these posts first:

"Running simultanously 2013 and 2013 R2"    

www.mibuso.com/.../viewtopic.php

NAV 2013, NAV 2009 R2, NAV 2009 SP1 & NAV 2009 on Same Machine with Same Ports

saurav-nav.blogspot.it/.../nav-2013-nav-2009-r2-nav-2009-sp1-nav.html

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

First test:

- try to repair NAV 2013 installation from DVD

Other testa:

- check if the login account used by the NAV Server has "db_owner access" to the nav 7.1 database

SQL Management, go to Security - Logins - find the login used by the NAV Server (e.g. Network Service) - Properties - User Mapping - find the new database and select db_owner in the "Database role membership".

- Then change the option "Prevent data loss from table changes" from "Yes" to "No" (on Development Environment: <Tools> <Options>) and clicked "OK".

- try to start the nav service

NAV Server instances are stored in table 2000000112 (Server Instance table) > manually add server here if missing

Create new Nav server:

- try to create a new NAV 2013 server instance on Others ports

- open development environment >  launch "build applications objects"

- restart the new istance

------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Roberto Stefanetti,  Dynamics Community Moderator-NAV

My Blog http://blogs.dotnethell.it/DynamicsNAV 

Twitter @robstefane

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caprikan responded on 21 Nov 2013 1:37 AM

Thanks Roberto!

SQL Management, go to Security - Logins - find the login used by the NAV Server (e.g. Network Service) - Properties - User Mapping - find the new database and select db_owner in the "Database role membership".

Resolved the Issue for me.

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