As i have 2 datafiles i used as source in hotcopy both datafiles. A hotfix is available to solve this issue. I don’t agree with the term “backup” in case of HotCopy unfortunately even Microsoft is calling it that way The information contained herein is provided as-is in response to emerging issues. Hotcopy can be immediately used and will copy any inconsistencies with your DB. You will have to, eventually, read something: This copy could not be used for recovery, but for failover handling – that’s different things:
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It would be great if navision actually compressed the data during backup. NavBackup seems has more functionality and it’s free of cost?!?
I also have RDC to the server, so I can work on it from work or home. Otherwise I got nothin’.
Running HotCopy on NAV 5.0 after hours
New Zealand – English. I thought that it will do exactly the same backup as if i start the backup within the Navision Client. I might go to mibuso because they seem to be more into the NAV an Dynamics stuff. Navisoin went into hitcopy to see what the error was, no dice. Mon Nov 19, 5: No network backups here. Wed Nov 21, 1: I am damned sure everything is right in syntax and formatting, so what’s wrong here?
For more information, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: But now i do not understand the difference between hotcopy and an normal DOS Copy.
Is hotcopy going across the network, or just to another local partition? Came up another two times, didn’t report it those times.
Hope this is correct. This hotcpoy my script for backup. My company Gemini Tech has just developed a product for backing up Navision cside db’s.
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Not sure on the function of the SQL setup, though. Microsoft has confirmed that this is a problem in the Microsoft products that are listed in the “Applies to” section. Navisipn over 12 years ago in reply to stan. You will have to, eventually, read something: Even tried originally to make a batch with all the hktcopy in it. Damn, I was thinking of a more graceful error message with a nice message spit out on the command line.
After a real disaster with an unrestorable Navision database you start being careful with the kind of things you don’t consider when hltcopy only need a backup to be done But, what happens when it can’t be restored? It’s simple and it’s free!!!! Copyright Dynamics User Group, all rights reserved. I know of Mibuso, and would rather ask in a community I am at least known in.
Try running it manually in a command window and see what it spits out when it finally fails. Do you have to stop the navision service before starting the hotcopy? As i have 2 datafiles i used as source in hotcopy both datafiles.
Could you describe how you set this up.