Message: The following inquiries need upgrading... would you like to configure

Created by Damien Zwillinger, Modified on Thu, 05 Oct 2023 at 05:50 PM by Gabriel Michaud

Applies to:

  • Velixo NX
  • Velixo Classic
  • Acumatica, MYOB, Cegid



After updating to a new version of Velixo, you may see a message similar to this:



Except text from message:


Inquiries Configuration


The following inquiries need upgrading:


Note: the upgraded inquiries will be re-created with a new Screen ID.  If you previously assigned any access rights to Velixo generic inquiries, you'll need to set them up again after the upgrade.


Would you like to configure the inquiries now?




The new installation of installed of Velixo includes new functionality which requires an update to one or more of the generic inquiries that are already installed in your ERP.



If you click "Yes"

If you click Yes and you have sufficient access rights to create generic inquiries, the existing inquiries listed in the message will be replaced with the new versions used by this version of Velixo.  


As noted in the message, these new inquiries will have different screen names than the inquiries they are replacing.  If any access rights were previously assigned to those inquiries, those rights will need to be assigned to the new inquiries.

Note: if you do not have sufficient access rights, an error message will be displayed.





If you click "No"

If you click No, the existing generic inquiries will be left in your ERP.  You (and anyone else using Velixo) will not have access to the latest Velixo functionality provided by the new inquiries.  However, you will be able to use the same functionality that is supported by the (older) existing inquiries.

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