Uploading Your Navision Data

To launch 'Connect' simply click the Launch Connect button that is displayed on screen.

This will ask you what you would like to do with the 'Connect' file. Simply select Open with and click OK. What you are allowing here is the 'Connect' program to be opened within your Internet Web Browser. 

You may find that rather than a new window appearing on screen, a pop-up along the bottom of your browser will appear. This will all depend on what Internet Web Browser you are currently using. Regardless of which internet browser you are currently using the same will apply.

Once you have opened the 'Connect' file the program will begin to run. First you will be asked to select which server file you want to upload your data from (server where your data is located). Underneath the drop down list you will also be asked to enter the username and password for your database.


You will then be asked to select your company file in a dropdown list. Pick the correct one and click next.


While connect runs you may see an indication bar which says that connect is 'Checking Application'. This is normal. This indicator is to inform you that Connect is running.

Connect will then begin to extract your data. This may take several minutes to complete. The time this takes to complete is dependent upon the number of transactional data and debtors that are stored within Navision


Once the extraction of your data is complete, it will then be uploaded via a secure connection. Again this may take several minutes as this will depend on size of the data extracted, so the number of transactional data and debtors, and the speed of your internet connection.


You will then see green ticks to indicate your upload progress. When you get the 4 ticks and upload completes, you will get a confirmation on screen.


Please note that the name of the data file which was uploaded now populates as the Company Name under "Submit Data For Microsoft Navision". This help you make sure the right file was loaded to the right account, should you have multiple company data files to upload.

Click here for more information about multiple companies uploads.


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