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In AX2012 a user gets a error message when he wants to synchronize batchnumbers between intercompanys.
This user is system administrator.
When i am doing exactly same handling (also as system administrator) i don't get this error message.
Is the3re an easy way to avoid this error message?
there is no error message :-)
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The error message is: The X++ debugger works only for users who are in the Microsoft Dynamics AX Debugging Users'local group of Windows.
But the user don't want to debug at all. And when i am doing the same procedure i don't get this message at all.
Is it production environment or test or dev environment. if some user don't want to debug and other user want to debug in same environment, it looks odd to me. if you want to remove debugger in same environment, you have to remove entire debugger marker (Shift +F9) to disabled the debugger before any one used it.
one more option go to - tools-options-development - debug mode - set without break point.
or you can add same user in debugger group for debugging for current error.
Run the app as Administrator and try again. Or maybe he has added a breakpoint by mistake; when the debugger opens and shows the error message, click OK, and then remove all breakpoints by clicking on the red circle on the top menu bar.
Check if there is any breakpoint in the code. If yes, then remove it.
Next check if someone has written keyword 'breakpoint' in the code. If yes, remove it. It may not be possible to check this in whole system, so just check the code for the process concern.
Next one is to check that debugging is turned off on all AOS servers' configuration and client configurations of each client in question.
Hopefully this should sort out the problem.
The user and I are both system administrators. There is no question of a breakpoint, since i don't get the error message when i am doing the same steps in the same administration.
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