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When running Check links on our database with no one in the system I get the following error on Sales Work, Purchasing History, and Purchasing Transactions.
"You can't check links on this table group now; another user is editing purchase orders or receipts."
What is wrong? How can I tell who is in the system and how to do this without erroring out?
Can you see the user's if you go to Microsoft Dynamics--Tools--Utilities--System--User Activity? If they are there you can remove them and proceed but you will want to be sure they aren't actually active in GP. If this doesn't work I can send you the scripts to clear the appropriate tables.
Just ran into this the other night.
Just like when you have a batch stuck in posting check the following:
Select * from DEX_Lock
Select * from DEX_Session
Select * from SY00800
Select * from SY00801
If no on is in the system, then you can delete any of these, make sure no one is truly in the system.
Just to add to Sue's comment. Make sure no one is in the system AND take a clean backup before running the delete portion of these scripts.
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