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NAV 2013 R2 - Multi- Tenancy - Tables with Data Comman to All Companies.

Hi all,

I found one more issue after applying Multi - Tenancy to my database.

Here is the problem -

When i try to create a table with DataPerCompany Property Set to NO, Developer Environment give an error message saying

"There are multiple tenants mounted on the server. Validating table layout changes to protect against data-loss is only supported with a single tenant mounted on the server."

Way Around -

* It's Just a way around / finding but please validate from Microsoft before applying same on customer database.

1. Save the Table with DataPerCompany as Yes.

2. Navigate to Tools - options and change the value for property "Prevent data loss from table changes" to NO and click Ok.

3. Design table and change the Value of Property to DataPerCompany to NO, and save the table.

4. Let's Open SQL Server and check the Table in Application database and tenant database. If you see you will not find new table created in any of the database.

5. What we need to do is -

a) you need to reset the property "Prevent data loss from table changes" to YES under tools - Options.

b) You need to restart the Service tier.

Now if you see in SQL Server you will find the table in every tenant just like the company table.

Saurav Dhyani


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