I want to ask a question about record management in AX 2012.
I have a table of payments. When user opens Payment form, i insert a zero record to this table. After user enters the payment amount in the edit method field on the form, i process this payment and update the zero record with the processed information (the table has many fields that the entered payments are distributed between this fields).
My question is: Sometimes (rarely), when a user opens Payment form, the client crashes and, the zero record i inserted at the Form Opening, stays in that table. But this is error for me. How can i make the record to be deleted if the client crashes? This have to be done immediately, because, when the user finishes his/her work, she/he must post this payment (posted) to Ledger.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
In reply to Ajay Vishwakarma:
In reply to Thomas Post:
First, why are you expecting the client crash?
what if the user closes the form with zero value?
In reply to Kranthi:
In reply to Ilkin:
IlkinMostly, the users close it from Task Manager.
My question was, How do you handle the case if the user intentionally closes the form with zero value?
Would you delete it while opening the form again?
IlkinI have a table of payments. When user opens Payment form, i insert a zero record to this table. After user enters the payment amount in the edit method field on the form, i process this payment
So basically the data is temporary until you process the payment, so why cannot you use a temp table?