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I am getting this " object reference not set to an instance of an object " error message every time, please suggest me the corrective measures for the same.
Can you explain where and when you get this message exactly?
What has been done before?
Would be great if you could share.
Many thanks and best regards,
This is a very generic error thrown when an application is trying to work with a reference that doesn't point to any object. There is no universal solution - you must find the cause in your particular case and fix it, e.g. adding code initializing the variable or running the code using the object only if it's actually set.
Is this question about Dynamics AX or Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations?
At least in D365FO you can simply open any VS solution (of D365FO), attach VS debugger to w3wp.exe / iisexpress (depending of your environment type), then, in the browser, run the process that gives you this error, and the debugger will show you where it comes from.
But you will need to reproduce it in a dev system because you can't debug other systems so easily (and prod not at all).
Object reference not set to an instance of an object.
As it says, you are using null objects as normal references
In most cases, when you assign a value to an object, this exception occurs if the value is null.
NullReferenceException indicates that you are trying to access member fields or function types on null object reference. This means a reference to an uninitialized object.
It's hard to tell you how to correct errors without knowing your environment and code structure. You need to find the source of the problem through error and debugging.
So, we still need more information from you.
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