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NAV 2013 R2 - Where is the Tenant Information Stored?

Hi all,

During Previous Post we have successfully migrated from a single tenant to Multi Tenant Environment.

But there are some questions in my mind and may be in your mind also.

a) From where system identify that the Service Instance is Single / Multi Tenant?

b) Where exactly the Information about Tenants stored in the system?

Answers -

a) System Identify the Service Instance is Single / Multi Tenant based on a Boolean in Service Tier i.e Multi Tenant.

b) The Tenant Information is stored with the Service File and the default path for same is -

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics NAV\71\Service

If you have implemented MultiTenancy in a Instance of Service then Navigate Further
Instance\Tenant Name

The File where you will find information about all tenants is Tenants.config.

The File look something like this.

You might be thinking what was the need of this article. Don't worry we will be using this file in our future post when we will have issues.

Stay Tuned.

Saurav Dhyani


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