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I have CRM 2013 and NAV 2013 with the Dynamics Connector and everything has been going well for the last 2 1/2 years. Now all of sudden I have 5000 Changes going on for the mapping Account to NAV Account Card and it keeps repeating itself once completed. There are no errors and I have tried the verbose logging to see what Field is causing the Connector to see a change. But I can't see what field or info has changed.
Is there a way in the Connector or the SQL database to see what field or updated info the Connector is seeing as Changed that triggers the updates to NAV? Or maybe it is a field in NAV that is not being updated correctly but I would think that would show an error in the Connector log?
I have spent about 3 weeks searching and testing different logging but to no avail. I have updated the Connector to 3.4 in a lab environment but that hasn't given me any more logging capabilities.
Thanks for any ideas or help on this.
Hi, In connector you cannot get to see which field caused te update. In crm you can enable auditing and check which field is getting updated. I suspect that that there might be a workflow in crm which is causing updates.
Thanks Surmeet, I will turn on the auditing I didn't think of this. I checked my workflows, there are only a couple on the Account so I don't think that is the cause. I checked the completed processes and there are very few.
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