Topics started by tlanzer25
Bear with me on this -- I’ll eventually get to the real question… Acumatica has recently acquired Imperium, a property management module. Installation of Imperium also includes and requires a license manager. I have discovered that this license manager prevents other customizations from being published if they include database scripts which include certain T-SQL that it considers prohibited. What I’d like to know is if this license manager can be configured to stop prohibiting other customizations from publishing, and what T-SQL it considers prohibited, and if there is no way to turn it off, will it always be the case that use of Imperium will be limiting database script content?
I ran into an error when publishing a customization project that I haven’t seen before: “The '<project name>' customization project contains a prohibited database script”. The customization has published without errors and the db script in it executes fine on many different Acumatica instances except for this particular one. The db script just drops a view if it exists, and then creates the view. The Acumatica build is 21.115.0017. The error shows up right away after selecting Publish. Did I miss something in the release notes somewhere where certain db commands are no longer allowed in scripts, or could it be a licensing or permissions issue of some kind?
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