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I got below error on GP build number 18.4.1361.
as of now i got this error while open inquiry screen.
[Microsoft][SQL Server Native Client 11.0][SQL Server]Invalid object name '.SY01407'.
The SY01407 table is the System Windows Defaults table, so, the first question is whether this table exists or not?
You can verify by running this script against your GP system database:
Select * from SY01407
From what I can tell, this table was added when upgrading to Dynamics GP 18.4, as I don't see it on my GP 18.3 environment.
If it doesn't exist in the GP system database, open a support case and we can verify that table, along with the indexes and dex procedures for it are created.
Then, after adding this new table and a backup of the GP system database, have users verify whether they still get this error message or not when opening the inquiry screen.
What inquiry window are you trying to get into? What is the path? Inquiry > XXX > ZZZ?
I'll see what I can find out.
Thanks for using Microsoft Dynamics Communities,
SR Technical Advisor
Microsoft Dynamics GP
I just encountered the same issue, this was my solution :
(Basically use SQL tools in GP to recreate the missing objects. )
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