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Dynamics 7.0 error 10232 even after SP1

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Topic: Dynamics 7.0 error 10232 even after SP1
Posted By: RichK
Subject: Dynamics 7.0 error 10232 even after SP1
Date Posted: May 14 2008 at 12:11pm
User is receiving error 10232 assertion failure
 
  • System message 10232
  • Assetion Failure!
  • File: sqlapi.cpp
  • Line: 1110
  • Expression: (*pcursor >0) AND (*pcursor<=MAXCURSORS)
 
 
when trying to post receipt batches in Dynamics 7.0 with SP1 applied.
Only reference in kb is to a fix that was superseded by SP1.
 
Since my boss and I can post the batches, but the purchasing manager can't, we assume it's a rights issue. But I've allowed him full rights to every item in every module in an effort to track this one down. Alas, we're still having to post batches for purchasing...
Anyone have ideas / experience in fixing this one?



Replies:
Posted By: jhunter77082
Date Posted: May 17 2008 at 2:56pm

Does the user have a customization on the screen?  Or are there conflicting customizations?  I would have the user try to run the process in STANDARD mode (select Customize / Select Level / choose Standard).  If this works... you have a customization issue. 



Posted By: howardl
Date Posted: April 30 2012 at 1:21am
Even running in standard mode, same error message is still received.
 
Does anybody know what would this error refer to? Thanks!


Posted By: david
Date Posted: May 06 2012 at 7:20pm
Howard, we are a SL USER (not vendor) and we're running SL6.5 SP2, and we get so many of these 10232 errors DAILY, we've given up trying to solve it.





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