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How to Check Available Object Range in License?

Hi all,

As most of the reader may know this, but this is still a query from most of the new consultants.

Query -
I have customer license and I want to check the valid object range that have rights in the license file for all types of objects.

Requirement -
While creating a new object for a customer, we need to check that is the Object ID that we are using is a part of the license range that customer have purchased?

How to achieve -
  • Change the license for which you want to see the permission.
  • Create a new form with source table "Permission Range".
  • Select create a form using a wizard and select Tabular- Type Form.
  • Click ok and select all Fields.
  • Click Preview.
  • Apply Filters - FROM >=50000 & TO <=99999.
  • You will be able to see the object Range as shown below.


Regards,
Saurav Dhyani
www.sauravdhyani.com

Comments

  1. Thank you so much Saurav

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  2. Hi Saurav, Nice write up.
    I am new to Nav. How can we interpret the above output. How many objects are available for use under the given ranges.( ie license available)

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    Replies
    1. Hi,
      Objects listed in above form/page with Read, Insert, Modify and delete are part of customer license and that also tell you the count.

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  3. Hi,
    Can we do this using Customer License ?

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    Replies
    1. Yes you can and you should use it with customer license.
      If you have a free page in customer license then add this page and run it.

      Delete

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