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Microsoft Dynamics NAV RTC The type 'Option' is unsupported for the min/max validation rule.


Hi all,

After an upgrade to NAV 2009 RTC from classic client, a client locked an wiered issue.

While accessing a page from Role center client he was getting the error message

"The type 'Option' is unsupported for the min/max validation rule". 





I checked the page, complied the page but no luck.

I checked the tables too that there might be an option field as the message says something about option
but no luck.I was not getting the resolution, so i started deleting the fields from page and i identified the field
which was giving error. To my surprise it was a Option type of field.

I went to properties and identified that the min value for the field have been set to Ship.

I don't know why but when i cleared these two values from field properties, the page started working.

Resolution -

1) Check the properties of Option Type Field In Table.
2) Check the fields in source table and remove the min & Max value for fields.
3) Remove the values for these properties and issue resolved as shown in image below.




Thanks & Regards,
Saurav Dhyani
http://saurav-nav.blogspot.com/

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