mnn… just got to relize that for user portals to get to communicate with one another , they need to all be server only systems with servers get to communicate with one another. and share their development work regards jeremy aka lanman email@example.com life is better simplier
What exactly is a “server only” system? Jim Hollcraft NCSD, NCSP, MCSE, CNE, MCP, MST aka Skater http://drilldot.com Unauthorized Navision News
You need a server to run: Navision Server, NAS, IIS and Message Queue. The client who uses the Navision Server with User Portal can be a Laptop with Windows 95 running Internet Explorer and a Modem to connect to the Internet. ------- With best regards from Switzerland Marcus Fabian
Sharing the development work? Hmm…if you customise the UPAS, then you maybe right. goodname
For running User Portal: 1. You do not need NAS, you need UPAS NAS and UPAS are radically different, for example NAS has no GUI, while UPAS is like a modified NF 2.60 client, plus the functionality is quite different. NAS is not shipped with User Portal. 2. you do not need a Navision Server: You can open a Navision Database ClientOnly from UPAS, or you can open your database on SQL Server using SQL Server version for UPAS. 3. (with User Portal Service Pack 2) you no longer need to have Message Queue installed (named pipes are used instead of MSMQ.