How to: Modify Table Mappings for Synchronization
An integration table mapping links the Dynamics NAV table to the integration table for the Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales entity. For each entity in Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales that you want to synchronize with corresponding data in Dynamics NAV, there must be a corresponding integration table mapping. An integration table mapping includes several settings that enable you to control how records in a Dynamics NAV table and a Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales entity are synchronized by the corresponding integration synchronization jobs.
You can view the status of the individual synchronization jobs that have been run for Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales integration. This includes synchronization jobs that have been run from the job queue and manual synchronization jobs that were performed on records from the Dynamics NAV client.
This is helpful when troubleshooting synchronization problem because it enables you to access details about specific errors that occur.
To view synchronization job log
In the Search box, enter Integration Synchronization Log, and then choose the related link.
If one or more error occurred for a synchronization job, the number of errors appears in the Failed column. To view the errors for the job, choose the number.
You can view all synchronization job errors by opening the synchronization job error log directly. For more information, see To view the synchronization error log.
To view synchronization job log from the Table Mappings
In the Search box, enter Integration Table Mappings, and then choose the related link.
In the Integration Table Mappings window, select an entry, and then on the Home tab, in the Process group, choose Integration Synch. Job Log.
To view the synchronization error log
- In the Search box, enter Integration Synchronization Errors and then choose the related link.