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Configuring Jet Professional for Multi-Tenant NAV (SQL Server)


The information in this article applies to Jet Professional and Jet Essentials 2015 Update 1.

 

Multi-Tenancy

Dynamics NAV 2013 and higher support multi-tenancy (where a single instance of the software runs on a server, serving multiple tenants).

Starting with Essentials 2015 Update 1, Jet Professional directly supports multi-tenant environments for Dynamics NAV.


 

Jet Administration Console

If your organization uses the Jet Configuration Service to provide centralized data source settings to Jet Professional, you can use the Jet Administration Console to configure a connection to a multi-tenant NAV install.

 

If your NAV data is located on a server which is on
the same network domain as your installation
of Jet Professional, you can define a
OR If your NAV data is located on a server which is on a
different network domain than your installation 
of Jet Professional
and your system administrator has created a
Jet Report Data Service ("JRDS"), you can define a

Dynamics NAV 2013 or later
"Direct SQL Server - Multitenant"
data source
  Dynamics NAV 2013 or later
"Remote Data Service" data source
 

The JRDS is already configured to connect to a specific NAV Tenant.  You will just have to specify the connection and authentication information provided to you by your system administrator - then you're done.

 

If using the Direct SQL Server - Multitenant connection...

In the Authentication section, you'll need to confirm which user account will be used to access both the Application and the Tenant.

 

In addition to the application server setting in the Connection section, configure the correct Server, Database, and Company for the specific tenant you want this data source to access:


 

Jet Essentials Data Source Settings

If your organization does not use the Jet Configuration Service , you can use Jet Professional to configure a data source for use with multi-tenant NAV.

Once you have created a new Dynamics NAV 2013 and later (SQL Server) Multitenant data source...

If your NAV data is located on a server which
is on the same network domain as your
installation of Jet Professional,
you can define a

Dynamics NAV 2013 or later
"Direct SQL Server - Multitenant"
data source
OR If you NAV data is located on a server which
is on a different network domain than your installation of Jet Professional
and your system administrator
has created a Jet Report
Data Service ("JRDS"),
you can define a

Dynamics NAV 2013 or later
"Remote Data Service" data source
 

The JRDS is already configured to connect to a specific NAV Tenant.  You will just have to specify the connection and authentication information provided to you by your system administrator - then you're done.

 

If using the Direct SQL Server - Multitenant connection...

In the Authentication section, you'll need to confirm which user account will be used to access both the Application and the Tenant.



In addition to the application server setting in the Connection section, configure the correct Server, Database, and Company for the specific tenant you want this data source to access:

 
 
 
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