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This is bazillionth time that I’ve encountered this issue, so I’ve decided to post a solution to it. If you live in a country which doesn’t have Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 localized version yet, you might have tried installing the W1 (worldwide, English, non-localized) version. Did it work out?
If you install the NAV 2009 W1 version on a system with regional settings not matching the demo database code page (in W1 it’s Latin_1_General_CS_AS) the installation goes smoothly, but the attempt at running the RoleTailored client fails.
When you run the RoleTailored client, after the splash screen this is what you get:
What the fuss, the message explains everything. Yes, except you can’t do Alter Database or come anywhere near the Validate Code Page setting before you open the database, and you can’t open it precisely because of this error message.
The only option you have is to awaken the hax0r inside you and do a little database hack.
This is what you do in order to run the RoleTailored client if your code page doesn’t match the system code page:
That’s it. Now go, restart your Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 RoleTailored client, and enjoy the show.
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