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I am facing an error while posting SO, ("you do not have permission to read service item group table"). Kindly help me on that.
As per error messages, problem is related to permission. Please add the related permission before posting the document. Hope it will help you.
The error message basically says what it is, that you do not have permission to read service item group table.
Just add that table read permission to your user.
I want to post an SO, i m facing error ("you do not have permission to read service item group table"), i am just posting the normal item not service item.
Thanks a lot for your response, i am logging from super user, and it never happened before.
What is your NAV version and build? if any of those items on the Item Card have Service Item Group field has value,then clear it and try it.
Even if you only post an item, there are certain logic that actually does something to a service item group (for example, creating a service item automatically). Check if your Item master has a value in Service Item Group field.
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