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MAS BOI - Error: 46 in Method SetUser

MAS BOI - Error: 46 in Method SetUser

MAS BOI - Error: 46 in Method SetUser

(OP)
I'm using MAS Business Object Interface to create Sales Orders in MAS through a .NET app and just today I start getting these errors:

<Error: 46 in Method SetUser>
 
[COMException (0x80020009): <Error: 46 in Method SetUser>]
 
[TargetInvocationException: Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation.]

This is my call to the SetUser method:
oSS.InvokeMethod("nSetUser", "MASUserName", "MASPassword");

It used to work fine before, I'm not sure why this is happening.

Any help would be really appreciated.

Thanks,
Ale
 

RE: MAS BOI - Error: 46 in Method SetUser

You need to go post on the Sage Community. They have a section on BOI where you can get responses by Sage.

RE: MAS BOI - Error: 46 in Method SetUser

I seriously doubt if anyone that reads this even knows what BOI is.

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