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I have been suspecting this odd behavior for a while, but it finally happened to me. I was editing several item cards, when I found out my actions triggered the blocking of one item. The thing is, I absolutely did not tick off the "Blocked" checkbox in the Item card (I swear!)
This Change Log Entries extract shows my activity on this item.
Obviously I don't expect anybody to find a solution for an occasional random event, for which I'm not sure of the origin. But does somebody have seen this kind of behavior before?
That seems to be a customization in your DB.When you include the seconds in the "Date and Time"-field, you can assume if it was a functional change.Normally, a functional change happens just miliseconds after the user input.(It's impossible for a human to change two different values in just a couple of miliseconds :-))
Well, the "Date and Time" field doesn't include seconds and milliseconds.
But anyway, it's possible that it's customization gone awry. I was hoping it wasn't the case, but at least it proves that Dynamics NAV don't generate random events for no reason, so it's reassuring!
I will ask IT to explore the issue.
You can either see the seconds of that "Date and Time" through a query on your SQL-server.
Or select the record and press "Ctrl + Alt + F1". In the new window open the FastTab "Table Fields". You will see the unformatted value of the "Date and Time"-field.
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