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Whenever I start AX 2009 client installed on my machine I see this error:
The company dat does not exist. (S)\Classes\Application\logUpdate - line 12 (S)Classes\xRecord\Update
Has anyone else experienced this error? If yes, how I can prevent this error to appear.
NOTE: Also does anybody has any idea about these classes Application and xRecord?
To fix this error: Go to your user options and change the "Start Company Accounts" field to a different company account listing. Bigger problem is that you should of created DAT company during initial install / config of AX.
xRecord and xApplication are kernel classes, you cannot modify them.
I have the same problem. the DAT company is created and they have another company as start up company.
If you are unable to change from User Options as suggested by Kent. You can also change company by modifying the .axc file.
Under the .axc file on 5th line you will find command as
"company,Text," in this you can append your company name like this
"company,Text,[ append your company name here]" .
Then you will be able to open instance without any error message.
have you tried to delete all the .axc files in your appdata folder?
If so, try to delete all you data usage (syslastvalue) for your user.
And at then end, restart the AOS.
Hope this can help.
If you used DIXF to import Items for one company and released the same Items from the Product master to another company you will also find this error.Solution:
Open the InventItemGroupItem table in the AOT. Fill in all the blanks under the ItemGroupDataAreaId column with the company code for example DAT.
Eduan, are you sure? This thread is about starting an AX client; it doesn't seem to have anything to do with product masters. Aren't you in a wrong thread?
Martin, yes I'm sure! None off the previous suggestions fixed our issue on the above mentioned thread and after investigating the InventItemGroupItem table we found the missing fields where we entered the missing data and did not get the error again. That is why I also say if you imported the Items using DIXF and then released the Items to another company from the Product master and you found the error, that will be the solution.
Eduan, your post is unrelated. If you would check the error message, it is referring to methods within the Application class, that has nothing to do with any business-specific functionality of AX such as products. So fixing products would not lead to any resolution regarding this matter.
How can i resolve this issue as the following:
Stack trace: The company does not exist.
(S)\Data Dictionary\Tables\LedgerJournalTrans\Methods\validateWrite - line 74(C)\Classes\FormDataSource\validateWrite(C)\Forms\LedgerJournalTransVendPaym\Data Sources\LedgerJournalTrans\Methods\validateWrite(C)\Classes\FormDataSource\leaveRecord(C)\Forms\LedgerJournalTransVendPaym\Data Sources\LedgerJournalTrans\Methods\leaveRecord
Create a new thread and post the question, you have a much higher chance of people reading it. Also explain what you are doing, your version etc.
First, change the user's company to DAT, log in to the user's account, select the company account that the user will be located in, then select No on the screen that appears after logging in again.
I hope problem solved.
you can also add a commandline parameter behind the ax32.exe call speciying the company. This has precedence.
Something like ..Ax32.exe -company=abc
And moreover: We are speaking of Ax2009, isn't it?
ProductMasters, Dixf, releasing of products?
This makes no sense.
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