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We have O365, and Financials--now Business Central (maybe).
Today is April 18th. Automatic syncing was working through April 12th and had not worked since then. I don't check it daily, so I didn't even notice until our billing person tried to go in to enter an invoice and a new customer wasn't there.
I went in and saw that all sync jobs were listed as "on hold." I changed status to "ready" and everything ran right away. All the rest of my settings are the same, so I think it will continue on it's previous recurring schedule, though I will keep an eye on it.
I just thought I would mention it in case anyone reading this wants to check their sync after the upgrade.
We introduced Inactivity Timeout on background jobs with latest update.
There was already a post on this, see here.
After job detects there are no changes it gets in On hold due to inactivity state.
You can set Inactivity timeout on jobs to specify how long the job should "sleep" until it's restarted by the system again.
Default values for this field are set to 0 and that's why jobs are set to On hold.
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