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As a Customer What would do to keep your ERP Implementation intact
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Question CRDD in Single User Mode
Baan: Infor ERP 10.7
DB: SQL Server 2016
OS: Windows 2016
C/S: Server

Hi All,

We have an issue that while we are performing CRDD, every time all the users are logging in to the application. So, can we perform CRDD by stopping all the user's processes and perform CRDD with only Installation user?

If any suggestions are highly appreciated.

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Here are the steps you can follow -

1. Decide a Date and Time on which you are going to run CRDD
2. Send an email to all the users in your organizations and the organizations which are connected to your application via integrations notifying them about the scheduled maintainance.
3. On the scheduled date and time, modify your bshell name in $BSE\lib\ipc_info file
4. Kick out all the users or orphan processes which are still logged in
5. Configure your BECS/Worktop with the new bshell name
6. Log In and Perform CRDD
7. Log out
8. Log back in to check if everything looks okay.
9. Revert back the bshell name to the original in the ipc_info file
10. Notify all the users that application is back online

That is the most basic way of performing any updates to your application in single user mode.

If someone has any better approaches, ideas are welcome.


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