Navision 2009 Webservices - Another user modified the record

Posted on 2011-10-17
Last Modified: 2012-08-13
I am trying to update a Purchase order via webservices (published Purchase Order page).
I read the PO, "ReOpen the PO" by extending web-service to  reopen, read the lines in PO and modify several lines .
The problem is the last bit, when I update the PO calling Service.Update() gives me the error - "Another user modified the Purchase order ..."
What am I doing wrong?
Question by:dbdp
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    In Navision you will get this error if you update an "old" instance of the record. It happens when you have two variables pointing to the same record.
    I do not think it is related to the webservice call directly.
    I expect it is a problem in the NAV code executed by the webservice call.
    I would have your NAV consultant look at the problem.
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    Do you have the visual studio code you are trying to run available?

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