Users of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0 Grapple with Approaches to Handling "Table Locking"

Oftentimes, a problem shared among various organizations reflects a larger unmet need across a particular user group. In a NAV User Group webinar last month, "Go Live," recent adopters of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 5.0 voiced their concerns about "table locking" in NAV. Ultimately, the issue revealed the invaluable role of experienced programmers and value added resellers (VARs) in order to correctly and effectively maximize Nav 5.0.

A user in the manufacturing industry who recently adopted NAV 5.0 (running on SQL version 4), explained that his company's product orders, which come in via its website, are programmed to import directly into NAV. However, at times the program inconveniently locks when information is being manually entered into tables that are simultaneously being accessed by the import function in NAV.

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Jared Berezin serves as a contributing writer to MSDynamicsWorld.com. With combined interests in technology and science, Jared previously served as a writer for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, drafting scientific narrative reports on the latest advancements in cancer research. Jared has also served as associate marketing specialist for International Data Corporation (IDC), a market research firm. In this position, he planned and executed strategic marketing initiatives for IDC's software and services research programs, and wrote outbound communications to the press, existing clients, and prospects. Jared also has experience working for several local newspapers in eastern Massachusetts. Jared graduated with honors from Colby College with a BA in English and creative writing.

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