This article contains information about the Check Links process in Microsoft Dynamics GP and in Microsoft Business Solutions - Great Plains.


We recommend that you run the Check Links process after the Rebuild process is complete. The Check Links process analyzes the relationships between physical files to find data that exists in one file but is missing from other files. The Check Links process makes sure that the appropriate records or links exist in a logical file group. If they do not exist in a logical file group, the process adds them.

When you run the Check Links process, one of the physical files in the logical file group is designated as the main file. The data in this main file is used to update the other related physical files within the logical file group. The Check Links process runs as a background task. Therefore, other users can continue to work in any company other than the company on which the Check Links process is running.

A report is printed after the Check Links process is complete regardless if data is missing. If data is missing and if it can be replaced, the data is replaced automatically. The report will contain the information about what data was replaced.

Many of the Check Links processes add a comment that resembles the following:



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