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is there any option to find users login sessions with out login to NAV, my situation is , if the number of licence reached, even Myself (admin) cant able to login and see the sessions. in such cases how i could find out what are the logged in sessions ?
From sql , connect to your database and you can see it inside table "[dbo].[Active Session]"
i could find the dbo.Active session, but it has sub folders, none of it contains my active users list.
What do you mean by subfolder ?
Just do a sql query on the Active Session. You probably need to put condition to filter out unnecessary information.
SELECT * from [Active Session]
i am new to SQL. could you please text a step by step procedure, it would be more helpful for me.
I see you have received many very good suggestions within SQL to see your users. If you are a SUPER, you can simply type "Sessions" from the search box within NAV and you will be presented with a complete listing of all open sessions. Including background sessions. Food for thought................
The query to the database name will be different according to your database setup and name.
Go to SQL Server Management Studio, connect to your database, create the query, and run it.
SELECT * from dbo.[Active Session]
It works.. thank you Very much.. by the way is there any option to kill a user session like this method. it would be helpful if it possible.
Thank you for your response, i could view this , my situation is different. i should view sessions without login to NAV. Anyways i got answer.
just delete the session from the active session. it should work.
Thank you for your replay, but i couldnt find any active session unless run a query. in other words i can only see the active session with sql query
Run the search query to look for the active session.
Once you decide which active session to kill, just do a DELETE with WHERE query.
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