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You cannot rename the record because the table (CustTable) is a parent distribution table.

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source258147 asked a question on 5 Aug 2015 7:35 AM
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Hello all,

i get this message when i try to rename customer number (no transaction on this Customer)

You cannot rename the record because the table (CustTable) is a parent distribution table.

Thank's

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Ram K responded on 5 Aug 2015 8:49 AM
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Are you using customer as Financial dimension...?

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Charne Ferreira responded on 5 Aug 2015 12:21 PM
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Hi, you are probably using the Retail module.

The CustTable is selected in your distribution table for the synchronization with the stores databases. you should be able to rename the customer after you've removed it from here. Not sure if there is an easier way around it.

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source258147 responded on 6 Aug 2015 1:05 AM
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hi Ram K 

yes , but i don't think this is the problem cause before i can rename the account number

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source258147 responded on 6 Aug 2015 1:07 AM
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hi Charne Ferreira

yes i think the problem with retail , did you know how can i solve it

i also face same problem with product i can't change item number

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Charne Ferreira responded on 6 Aug 2015 1:37 AM
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When you go on to Retail > Setup > Retail scheduler > Scheduler subjob

You will find both the CustTable as well as the InventTable in some of the Subjobs created. All that previously worked for me was to remove these tables and add them back after the renaming was done.

I don't see this as best practice as you'll need to do a full sync with the stores again.

But if you don't have any stores you'll be able to get around it by turning off the distribution system:

Retail > Setup > Parameters > Retail scheduler parameters.

Clear the "system in use" selection and then you should be able to rename the customers and items without a problem.

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source258147 responded on 6 Aug 2015 4:59 AM
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Thank's Charne Ferreira

it's worked fine with me :)

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Don Shields responded on 2 Nov 2017 3:12 PM
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Do you know how to do this in D365?  Menu breadcrumb no longer exists.

Thanks,

Don Shields

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Ranjan Singh responded on 29 Aug 2018 4:55 AM

Thanks...

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Yohann Rolland responded on 3 Oct 2018 10:50 AM
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Hi,

In D365

Just go here :

And delete the InventTable subjobs

Then you should be able to rename your item.

You can add it again after renaming.

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Charne Ferreira responded on 6 Aug 2015 1:37 AM
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When you go on to Retail > Setup > Retail scheduler > Scheduler subjob

You will find both the CustTable as well as the InventTable in some of the Subjobs created. All that previously worked for me was to remove these tables and add them back after the renaming was done.

I don't see this as best practice as you'll need to do a full sync with the stores again.

But if you don't have any stores you'll be able to get around it by turning off the distribution system:

Retail > Setup > Parameters > Retail scheduler parameters.

Clear the "system in use" selection and then you should be able to rename the customers and items without a problem.

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Yohann Rolland responded on 3 Oct 2018 10:50 AM
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Hi,

In D365

Just go here :

And delete the InventTable subjobs

Then you should be able to rename your item.

You can add it again after renaming.

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