NAV Services and Sessions: Counting, Killing, Timeout

NAV Services & Sessions: Counting, Killing, Timeout

Kill session

Understanding and Configuring Session Timeout

“When you start the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Windows client or the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Web client, a connection is established with the Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server instance, and a corresponding session is added on Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server. Microsoft Dynamics NAV Server includes several timeout settings that determine when a session closes because of inactivity, a lost connection, or the client closes.

Source NAVTeam & NAV MSDN Online

http://blogs.msdn.com/b/nav/archive/2014/01/23/understanding-and-configuring-session-timeouts.aspx

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn584639(v=nav.80).aspx

NAV 2015 Session Counting

Nice post about Session Counting in 4 tier environment
Source Kine
http://mibuso.com/blogs/kine/2015/04/30/nav-20132015-session-counting/

Stop Idle using Powershell
Stopping Idle Microsoft Dynamics NAV Services using Powershell

Nice Post about “How to Stop” Idle Nav Services

“PowerShell has a powerful set of commands that allow you to start new sessions and execute commands in those sessions within the context of your main script.”
Source Softwareanswers.co.uk
http://www.softwareanswers.co.uk/software_answers/2015/03/stopping-idle-microsoft-dynamics-nav-services.html

Kill Sessions in Dynamics NAV 2013/2015

Source Olof Simren

NAV 2015 “Full” Tracking
NAV 2015 TRACKING SESSIONS, USERS ACTIVITY, CHANGE LOG
Source me

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KILL INACTIVE NAV SESSIONS FROM SQL
(only dor Old Releases NAV 3.10 .. NAV 2009)

// KILL SQL INACTIVE SESSIONS FOR NAV APPLICATIONS, ONLY FOR SLEEPING SESSIONS
Source “Me”
http://blogs.dotnethell.it/dynamicsnav/SQL-KILL-INACTIVE-NAV-SESSIONS__19611.aspx

Kill Idle Connections using ADO
“To save concurrent uses in NAV it might be a good idea to kill idle connections automatically.”
Nice with ADO Connerction”

Source Gunnar
http://www.dynamics.is/?p=471

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