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So I've copied the CRONUS db (Demo Company (13).bak) and changed lots of objects all of which compile in the NAV Development Environment using Tools, Compile (F11) but when I try to start the RDC I get "The system is not accessible" ... SUCH a helpful error, thanks Microsoft!
Also if I try to Sync the schema independent of the compile action, ie. use 'Sync Schema for all tables' from the Tools menu I get the following error 'The server "DynamicsNAV130' was unable to process the request. The application will close.'
The service does not stop, it seems fine and nothing to report in the Error Log.
I've got a new Dev BC license loaded, have restarted the service after doing the table sync and have created myself as a SUPER user via SQL script (same script I've used for years and worked fine with NAV11).
Any idea please as this is very frustrating as it's a show stopper! Thanks :)
Let me undertand: you have create a new database from a Cronus backup file, then you have changed objects in C/SIDE and you've compile them massively. The compilation is ok.
Now you try to start the RTC client and you have the message "system not accessible"? Can you show this message (screenshot)? Any entries in event viewer (server and client)?
New idea: this problem could also occour if you have a synch operation pending.
The Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server instance has a configuration setting, called "Allow Session While Sync Pending", that you can change to allow client connections when the tenant is in this state. For more information, see docs.microsoft.com/.../configuring-microsoft-dynamics-nav-server
Check the state by executing Get-NAVTenant -ServerInstance YOURINSTANCENAME and/or run Sync-NavTenant from the Administration Shell.
Use following powershell command to sync
Set-ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned -Scope CurrentUser
Import-Module 'C:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics NAV\110\Service\NavAdminTool.ps1'
Sync-NAVTenant -ServerInstance DynamicsNAV110 -Mode ForceSync
Change service name and import module path accordingly.
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