Sage Error 88

Constantly getting Sage Error 88 on the Sage screen? Nothing to worry, it can be fixed easily by following the troubleshooting steps mentioned in this article. Error can have various variations, and today we will talk about the one which shows up as: Error88: FL_FALink.pvc 433″ and it may appear like Error: “88 FL_FALink.pvc 435as well.

In both cases, it will stop you from performing your operations on Sage. However, as we know that Sage is one of the premium accounting solutions, hence, not a lot of times you will find this or any other tech error troubling you.

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Causes of The Sage Error 88

  • Both the forms of errors- be it the one linked to FL_FALink.pvc 433 or the FL_FALink.pvc 435, will only happen at the time of posting the accounts payable invoices or the purchase order receipts.
  • The error occurs when the system attempts to choose a Fixed Assets template. Though, the link between Fixed Assets as well as the Sage accounting solution might be broken.
  • It can be because of the database path which might be pointing to a network area as an alternative to a logical path
  • And this particular path will possibly be inappropriate for Fixed Assets server

How to Fix Sage Error 88

To resolve Sage error 88, Firstly, you would have to verify the database path in Fixed Assets:

Total Time: 10 minutes

  1. Step One

    For doing this, you may have to get to that particular server in which the Sage Fixed Assets is located

  2. Step Two

    After reaching there, open up the Database Utility option and get to Network Depreciation & Tracking program. The option can be seen under the Start button, and in All Programs, Sage Fixed Assets, and then Tools.

  3. Step Three

    Click on the Database. Afterwards, see the database path carefully.The path has to be a logical path which is there on the Fixed Assets server

  4. Step Four

    In case you find a network path, then in that case you will have to select the option that says Configure, afterwards, you would need to select the option that reads as Browse in order to navigate to the local database path.

  5. Step Five

    Now, you would need to open up in order to choose that particular database

  6. Step Six

    Click on the option that says Next

  7. Step Seven

    Next, click on Finish in order to exit the setup.

By following the troubleshooting steps mentioned above, you should be able to verify the database path in Fixed Assets carefully in order to eventually fix the problem that you are facing

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