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Can we have NAV 2016 in a SQL 2019 Database?
There is no official documentation about the compatibility but I think it will work as it has been previously with other NAV and SQL versions.
Thank you for your response on this. I would like to heard that from a tested environment perspective, if no other helper (like you) comment. I appreciated your effort to help me!... might as well ask you something about another scenario if there is a documentation on How to upgrade from NAV 2016 with sql 2017 databases on an AlwaysON environment to last NAV (2019?) and SQL 2019?
will be very appreciated.
I am not a SQL expert and don't know much about AlwaysOn, but I believe the process is same for the Upgrade
Hi! As I tested, you can connect nav 2017 with SQL 2019 and it works. I suppose the same situation for NAV 2016.
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