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Great Plains - account locked

Posted on 2011-03-01
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We are using GP 8 with a national accounts module from PA.  When we try to apply payment from a parent account we get an error message that reads:

XXXXX-XXX-XXX is being accessed by another user, please choose another Parent/CustomerID

even though no one else is using the account.  Has anyone seen this issue before?  Any idea how to free up the locked account?  

Thanks.
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Question by:baytowel
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by:mnation1
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The first thing I would try is to reboot your SQL server that hosts the Dynamics DB.  Prior to that you could ask that everyone quit Dynamics and see if someone inadvertently had that account record locked.

-mitch
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by:baytowel
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We tried that to no avail.  The entire system was down for maintenance last weekend but the account did not release.  Could there be a table somewhere that lists which accounts are locked that needs to be cleared?
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Abdulmalek_Hamsho earned 500 total points
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National Accounts is from AR. Try deleting the following tables:

SY00801 from Dynamics
Sy00800 from Dynamics
Dex_Locks from tempdb
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by:baytowel
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Thanks!  SY00800 had the records we were looking for.
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