Alright. This one is solved.
This is the message that I am referring to:
Thanks to David; his comments really eased my troubleshooting. But then, I still had to delete each product from the DYNAMICS.SET file and find out which one that’s throwing this message.
The product, which throws this message, is: Grant Management
This comes under the product Analytical Accounting, as a sub-product (or sub-feature).
Now the question that comes to my mind is: For what reason this message is getting populated? Is it something really critical? Or is it just another example of a Developer’s Mistake to leave this message on the code after completing his/her Unit Testing?
Till we find an answer to that, for those who have faced this message: Just make sure that you have the DEBUG menu disabled (by setting the ScriptDebugger=FALSE statement in DEX.INI) and in case it is needed, deselect the Debug Menu Option “Show Debug Messages”.
Hi VaidyI have reported this to the development team involved.ThanksDavidhttp://blogs.msdn.com/DevelopingForDynamicsGP/
Thank you David. But this is not the only message that comes up when we enable the "Show Debug Messages" option. In fact I was getting a Manufacturing message which displays a Sanscript Code piece which checks whether the product is present in the DYNAMICS database records. I thought I would post that as well.Apparently, these messages do add value, but only for debugging. Once it is done, we tend to forget removing these messages.Vaidy
Hi VaidyShow Debug Messages should not be turned on for a live system.The Stop Here message in Grant Management is now scheduled to be removed in v10 Sp5.ThanksDavidhttp://blogs.msdn.com/DevelopingForDynamicsGP/
Thank you very much for following this up, David.Vaidy