Microsoft Dynamics GP Books – azurecurve
Sep18

Microsoft Dynamics GP Books – azurecurve

Rather than just leaving the Microsoft Dynamics GP Book Roundup as a post, I have made it a page available from the GP Resources menu. I will be doing my best to keep this page up to date; if I have missed any books on Microsoft Dynamics GP, please get in touch and let me know so I can add the book. I accidentally missed the Dynamics GP 2016 Security and Field Audit book by Mark Polino and… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s...

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Copy & Paste Unique Values – JenKuntz.ca
Sep18

Copy & Paste Unique Values – JenKuntz.ca

Here’s a cool little Excel tip for #TipTuesday. Have you ever had a column of information in Excel and wanted to get a distinct / unique list of values from one of your columns of data? I learned a new thing last week doing just this, and, surprise, it wasn’t “create a pivot table with that column”! Sample Data Here’s my sample data: from the RM00101 table in Dynamics GP’s TWO… Continue Reading Jen Kuntz’s Article on their...

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Print and E-mail Sales Order Processing Documents – azurecurve
Sep18

Print and E-mail Sales Order Processing Documents – azurecurve

The Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP blog has started a series Feature of the Day posts for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 on which I am following and adding commentary. The series index for this series of posts is here. The fifth Feature of the Day is print and e-mail Sales Order Processing documents. This new feature add a new option to print and e-mail Sales Order Processing documents at… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s...

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Print and E-mail Sales Order Processing Documents – azurecurve
Sep18

Print and E-mail Sales Order Processing Documents – azurecurve

The Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP blog has started a series Feature of the Day posts for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 on which I am following and adding commentary. The series index for this series of posts is here. The fifth Feature of the Day is print and e-mail Sales Order Processing documents. This new feature add a new option to print and e-mail Sales Order Processing documents at… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s...

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Option to Hide Business Analyzer for all Users – azurecurve
Sep17

Option to Hide Business Analyzer for all Users – azurecurve

The Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP blog has started a series Feature of the Day posts for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 on which I am following and adding commentary. The series index for this series of posts is here. The fourth Feature of the Day is an option to hide Business Analyzer for all users. Two new options have been introduced in the System Preferences window () which allows… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article...

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Surface Go – First Impressions – JenKuntz.ca
Sep17

Surface Go – First Impressions – JenKuntz.ca

TL;DR summary: I like it! I have had the Surface Go for just over 1 week now. I had been interested in it since it came out and did a lot of research on my recent trip to Fargo comparing US prices vs. CAD prices and comparing the “unique” build configuration that Costco was selling vs. what everyone else had. Yes, I’m one of those… Options & Pricing The basic options and pricing I… Continue Reading Jen Kuntz’s Article...

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Microsoft Dynamics GP Book Roundup – azurecurve
Sep14

Microsoft Dynamics GP Book Roundup – azurecurve

azurecurve Publishing, Dynamics, GP, Microsoft, Packt Publishing, PublishingAmy Walsh, Andy Snook, azurecurve Publishing, Belinda Allen, Books, Christoper J. Liley, David Duncan, GP, Ian Grieve, Leslie Vail, Mark Polino, Microsoft, Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018, Microsoft Dynamics GP 216, Packt Publishing, Victoria… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s...

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Display Vendor Hold Status – azurecurve
Sep14

Display Vendor Hold Status – azurecurve

The Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP blog has started a series Feature of the Day posts for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 on which I am following and adding commentary. The series index for this series of posts is here. The third Feature of the Day is display vendor hold status. This is similar to the customer hold status implemented in an earlier version of Dynamics GP in that it provides a… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s...

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Sales Transaction Approval Workflow – azurecurve
Sep13

Sales Transaction Approval Workflow – azurecurve

The Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP blog has started a series Feature of the Day posts for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 on which I am following and adding commentary. The series index for this series of posts is here. The second Feature of the Day is Sales Transaction Approval Workflow: With this new workflow type, available in the Workflow Maintenance window () you can set approval all… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article...

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Monthly Recurring Batches – azurecurve
Sep12

Monthly Recurring Batches – azurecurve

The Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP blog has started a series Feature of the Day posts for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 on which I am following and adding commentary. The series index for this series of posts is here. The first Feature of the Day is monthly recurring batches. This new feature allows ou to, on both Monthly and Bi-monthly batches to mark a Use last day of month checkbox which… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s...

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GP Utilities user permissions part 2 – JenKuntz.ca
Sep11

GP Utilities user permissions part 2 – JenKuntz.ca

Today’s #TipTuesday is short, but also related to a post from a couple of weeks ago where I posted what the minimum permissions required were for using GP Utilities. Coincidentally (or perhaps not?), last week a consultant posted a “tip” on this on the GPUG Open Forum, where there was a dangerous suggestion made, that I’m not sure they fully realized the implication of (at least I… Continue Reading Jen Kuntz’s Article on...

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MDGP 2018 R2 Feature of the Day: Series Index – azurecurve
Sep11

MDGP 2018 R2 Feature of the Day: Series Index – azurecurve

This blog is a personal project; all opinions are my own and do not necessarily reflect those of my employer. This blog and its content is provided “AS IS” with no warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, made in relation to the accuracy, reliability or content of the information herein. The author shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damages… Continue Reading Ian...

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Inventory Reconcile to GL – Inventory HITB Report Missing Records
Sep10

Inventory Reconcile to GL – Inventory HITB Report Missing Records

When reconciling inventory module with the general ledger in Dynamics GP, the historical inventory trial balance represents the most powerful tool which is used primarily by GP end users. several previous posts were introduced on Dynamics GP Essentials as part of the Essentials Series . In this post, we are shedding a light on a specific support case related to missing records in the HITB… Continue Reading Mahmood M....

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Plugin Manager Removed in Notepad++ 7.5 – azurecurve
Sep10

Plugin Manager Removed in Notepad++ 7.5 – azurecurve

This post is part of the series on installing Notepad++’. The plugin manager was never an integral part of Notepad++, but always shipped as part of the standard installer. This changed as of version 7.5. I only recently discovered this when installing Notepad++ on a newy rebuilt PC. I came to install the Compare plugin and couldn’t find the Plugin Manager entry on the Plugins...

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Install Plugin Manager – azurecurve
Sep07

Install Plugin Manager – azurecurve

This post is part of the series on installing Notepad++’. As discussed in the last post, the PLugin Manager for Notepad++ has been removed. In this post, I’m going to step through the process of getting it back. Navigate to the nppPluginManager page on Github and download the relevant version of the plugin (if using the 32-bit version of Notepad++, download the UNI version): The… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article on...

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Duplicate payments & internal controls – JenKuntz.ca
Sep07

Duplicate payments & internal controls – JenKuntz.ca

This post really doesn’t have anything to do with Dynamics GP specifically, but more about business process, internal controls or lack thereof and a fun “Twitter Moment” earlier today. Late last week, Steve Endow, fellow Microsoft MVP, independent technical consultant, and ISV (distributor of some ISV products at least!) posted a tweet, and it’s not the first time I’ve seen… Continue Reading Jen Kuntz’s Article on their...

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Payables Reconcile to GL is showing a variance while the PM HATB matches the GL TB
Sep06

Payables Reconcile to GL is showing a variance while the PM HATB matches the GL TB

The reconcile to GL utility in Dynamics GP provides a very effective tool to match the sub ledger with the general ledger module for the Bank, Inventory, AP and AR.  As known, there are primarily three parts of the reconcile to GL report which details the following: Matched Transactions UnMatched Transactions Potentially Matched Transactions In a recent support case, one of the client report a… Continue Reading Mahmood M....

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Installing Notepad++: Installation – azurecurve
Sep06

Installing Notepad++: Installation – azurecurve

This post is part of the series on installing Notepad++’. The installation of Notepad++ is a very simple one, with only a couple of decisions to make. The software can be downloaded from the Notepad++ website: Once you’ve downloaded the software, run the installer. Select the Language and click OK: On the Welcome to Notepad++… step, click Next: Accept rhe terms of the License… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article on their...

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Sales Transaction Entry Error- Your previous transaction-level posting session has not finished processing | Resolution Procedure
Sep06

Sales Transaction Entry Error- Your previous transaction-level posting session has not finished processing | Resolution Procedure

Date entry or posting interruption issues are usual for Dynamics GP Clients with unstable network, several common issues are received from clients such as; a batch which is marked for posting, edited by another user … etc. It has been almost a common sense to any GP Administrator that stable network for Dynamics GP is a “must” in order to ensure that no such issues arise. This is due to the… Continue Reading...

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Fixed Assets – Negative Net Book Value
Sep06

Fixed Assets – Negative Net Book Value

It’s occasionally encountered in Fixed Assets to see a negative net book value which is not quite logical since the Life to Date depreciation amount with the Remaining Appreciable amount should net to Zero. GP end users usually post questions on the Microsoft Dynamics GP Community about such cases almost every year especially when year end closing approaches. In this essence, the important… Continue Reading Mahmood M....

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Installing Notepad++: Series Index – azurecurve
Sep05

Installing Notepad++: Series Index – azurecurve

Installing Notepad++: Series Index – azurecurve Skip to content By continuing to use the site (by scrolling or navigating), you agree to the use of cookies. more information Accept The cookie settings on this website are set to “allow cookies” to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s...

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Flash Fill in Excel – JenKuntz.ca
Sep04

Flash Fill in Excel – JenKuntz.ca

Today’s #TipTuesday post is a Microsoft Excel tip, instead of the usual Dynamics GP tips! I do have a tie-in to Dynamics GP on where you could use this in a pinch in GP from an exported Smartlist, at the end of this post! Have you ever used Flash Fill? It came out in Office 2013 (as far as I can confirm) and I must say, there are a number of different instances where I’ve found this… Continue Reading Jen Kuntz’s Article on...

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Get Dates for Accruals – azurecurve
Sep04

Get Dates for Accruals – azurecurve

As I’ve mentioned before I write a fair bit of SQL code for various projects or support calls and will be posting some of it here. I recently created a report for a client to use to extract transaction lines to use to import as an accruals journal; as part of the extract I worked out the last day of the one month and the first day of the next to use as the transaction and reversing… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article on...

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PowerApps Newbie – home screen – JenKuntz.ca
Sep03

PowerApps Newbie – home screen – JenKuntz.ca

This is post 3 in my series, but it’s the first post where I’m starting to document actual work in PowerApps. Today I have simply started to create the shell of my new app “My Golf Stats” as well as start to get the data layout for what I envision in Excel. This post will just be about the app shell and I’ll dig into the Excel part later. Previous Posts The background and… Continue Reading Jen Kuntz’s Article on their...

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PowerApps Newbie – project background – JenKuntz.ca
Sep02

PowerApps Newbie – project background – JenKuntz.ca

I can’t believe it’s nearly 6 weeks ago that I posted my first post on this topic! Wow, time flies when you’re having fun! Quick recap: I’m interested in learning PowerApps, but as of the moment, I don’t have a good handle on a business application for it in my company. So, it’s going to be a personal project I’m going to tackle to get a sense of what it can and can’t… Continue Reading Jen Kuntz’s Article on their...

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SQL Collation – SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS vs Latin1_General_CI_AS by Craig Verster via WinthropDC – azurecurve
Aug31

SQL Collation – SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS vs Latin1_General_CI_AS by Craig Verster via WinthropDC – azurecurve

Over the last few years as we have grown the ERP Practice at Perfect Image we have taken over a number of clients from other Microsoft Dynamics GP partners, both in the UK and elsewhere. Far too many of them have had Dynamics GP installed with the incorrect collation. According to the system requirements, Microsoft Dynamics GP is supported with two collations: SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s...

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New GP Compatibility Page Available – azurecurve
Aug30

New GP Compatibility Page Available – azurecurve

This blog is a personal project; all opinions are my own and do not necessarily reflect those of my employer. This blog and its content is provided “AS IS” with no warranty of any kind, either expressed or implied, made in relation to the accuracy, reliability or content of the information herein. The author shall not be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential damages… Continue Reading Ian...

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Implementing Rockton’s SmartFill: Review – azurecurve
Aug29

Implementing Rockton’s SmartFill: Review – azurecurve

This post is part of a series of posts on Implementing Rockton’s SmartFill. Over the course of this series, I’ve stepped through the steps to, on a simple level, implement the SmartFill product from Rockton Software. I’ve been quite impressed with what I have seen of SmartFill. It is easy to install and configure and the search seems quite effective. Using the Fabrikam sample… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article on their...

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Jo's Did You Know "You can set your AR Aging Routine to Run Automatically in All GP Databases"
Aug28

Jo's Did You Know "You can set your AR Aging Routine to Run Automatically in All GP Databases"

Jo's Did You Know “You can set your AR Aging Routine to Run Automatically in All GP Every now and then I have a request from a client that they want to set up some automatic functionality in…(read more) Continue Reading Jo deRuiter’s Article on their...

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GP Utilities user permissions – JenKuntz.ca
Aug28

GP Utilities user permissions – JenKuntz.ca

Today’s #TipTuesday post is around GP Utilities and what permissions are required. If you are going through any service pack install or upgrade, you might have a lot of workstations that need to be updated! In our case, we just upgraded our Dynamics GP and wanted all hands on deck to help with installs, including some IT team members who didn’t have any GP access. Here’s how you do it… Continue Reading Jen Kuntz’s Article...

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Customising Search Options – azurecurve
Aug28

Customising Search Options – azurecurve

This post is part of a series of posts on Implementing Rockton’s SmartFill. While SmartFill can be used out of the box with the search being configured to lookup on several fields, it is possible to customise the search options so that more fields can be searched against. If we take the Vendor search as an example, it uses the following fields for the sdearch: Vendor ID Vendor… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article on...

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GP2018R2 Hybrid, Confusing or Awesome? What in the name of Zeus’ beard do you mean by “Hybrid”?
Aug27

GP2018R2 Hybrid, Confusing or Awesome? What in the name of Zeus’ beard do you mean by “Hybrid”?

I have heard from a number of clients and users that they are confused over the term “Hybrid”.  And, why it the world would I be saying GP2018R2 Hybrid? The term Hybrid, can, of course, be scary – like the Chimera virus from the Mission Impossible 2 movie… or a merging of scary and fictional beasts like the Lycan and Vampire from the Underworld movie! Or, it can be beautiful like the… Continue Reading Jo...

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Implementing Rockton’s SmartFill: Configuring Security – azurecurve
Aug27

Implementing Rockton’s SmartFill: Configuring Security – azurecurve

This post is part of a series of posts on Implementing Rockton’s SmartFill. As it installs, SmartFill is accessible and the search windows can be used by all users. It can also be administered by anyone with the POWERUSER* role. However, security can be maintained in two ways. The first type of security allowsd the lookup windows to be restricted so certain lookup windows can be… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article on...

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Dynamics GP Roadmap up Until 2020 – Enhancements are to Come
Aug26

Dynamics GP Roadmap up Until 2020 – Enhancements are to Come

The GP Tech Conference has come to an end last week, lots of news have been introduced about the promising future of Dynamics GP, which includes the road map of the product, the promising enhancements to be introduced in the next release along with the Intelligent Edge. Microsoft has published the road map of the product  up until 2020 which promises Dynamics GP clients with promising and core… Continue Reading Mahmood M....

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GP Tech 2018 Wrap-up & Pennies for Taylor – JenKuntz.ca
Aug25

GP Tech 2018 Wrap-up & Pennies for Taylor – JenKuntz.ca

I’m getting ready to leave Fargo for another year and head home after a long but great week of learning and networking. For those that may have missed my earlier posts, here are the 3 posts I wrote after each day of the Dynamics GP Tech conference: Today, my flight isn’t until late in the afternoon so I’m just hanging around the hotel and catching up on things like this (blogging) as… Continue Reading Jen Kuntz’s Article...

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WinthropDC Special Promotion for Pennies for Taylor – azurecurve
Aug24

WinthropDC Special Promotion for Pennies for Taylor – azurecurve

Microsoft Dynamics GP MVP Shawn Dorward’s son, Taylor, was involved in a drowning accident a few weeks ago. Thanks to Taylor’s friends and the emergency teams, Taylor survived but has suffered significant brain damage; he is now on the long road to recovery and making great progress. A Go Fund Me has been running to assist in paying for Taylor’s medical expenses. To assist...

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Jo’s Did You Know: “GP Tech Conference Was Chock Full of New Tech for GP”
Aug24

Jo’s Did You Know: “GP Tech Conference Was Chock Full of New Tech for GP”

 General Comments In general, the Tech Conference turned out to be a very valuable experience. We learned the enhancements coming out in the October 1, 2018 release of GP 2018R2 which I’ll discuss later on. We also learned about some awesome new technology that I think is an amazing game-changer in the Dynamics GP space, but that we’ve got a bit to learn about their full capabilities and… Continue Reading Jo deRuiter’s...

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Microsoft Dynamics GP Roadmap 2018-2020 – azurecurve
Aug24

Microsoft Dynamics GP Roadmap 2018-2020 – azurecurve

At the GP Tech Conference this week, a new road map for Microsoft Dynamics GP was released which runs through to 2020: As announced, earlier this week, the next version of Microsoft Dynamics GP is 2018 R2 and is scheduled for release on the 1st October 2018. As you can see, on the roadmap, Intelligent Edge will be playing more of a role in future releases, but there will also be… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article on...

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Search Using SmartFill – azurecurve
Aug23

Search Using SmartFill – azurecurve

This post is part of a series of posts on Implementing Rockton’s SmartFill. With SmartFill now installed, the search windows are available to use. There are many SmartFill search windows available, which all work in the same way, but, for this example, I am using Vendor search. Open the Vendor Maintenance window (). Type OFFICE in the Vendor ID field and hit tab: The SmartFill Make a… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article...

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GP Tech 2018 – Day 3 – JenKuntz.ca
Aug23

GP Tech 2018 – Day 3 – JenKuntz.ca

Today was day 3 at the Dynamics GP Tech Conference. As in other years, the 3rd day is a half day and many people head on their way back home right after the conference is done. For me, it’s a bonus part of a day off to regroup, review notes, check in on email etc. and get ready for 2 more days of training. I’m going to be taking the eOne Solutions SmartConnect bootcamp Thursday and… Continue Reading Jen Kuntz’s Article on...

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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 and Year-End Upgrade Blog Series Schedule – azurecurve
Aug22

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 and Year-End Upgrade Blog Series Schedule – azurecurve

Aftre the announcement at GP TechConf2018 that the next version of Microsoft Dynamics GP would be 2018 R2, Derek Albaugh, on the Dynamics GP Support and Services Blog announce the schedule for the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 and Year-End Upgrade Blog Series. The Microsoft Upgrade Blog Series for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 and Year-End Update will give you the information needed for a… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s...

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GP Tech 2018 – Day 2 – JenKuntz.ca
Aug22

GP Tech 2018 – Day 2 – JenKuntz.ca

Today (August 21st) is day 2 of the Dynamics GP Tech Conference. This post will be a fair bit shorter than yesterday as it only covers 1 day and I didn’t take as many detailed notes in the sessions I attended! DynPros Beta Distribution Exam The first thing on my agenda today was sitting in on the first take of the GP Distribution exam. Spoiler alert: I crashed and burned, but I went in… Continue Reading Jen Kuntz’s Article...

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Start/Stop SQL by Batch File – JenKuntz.ca
Aug21

Start/Stop SQL by Batch File – JenKuntz.ca

Today’s #TipTuesday post is for anyone who might be running more than one local instances of SQL Server. I often have at least a couple of instances on my laptop, as historically I would want to have the ability to mimic some client installs, as close as I can. While I am no longer a consultant, I will continue to do this so that I can have an instance the somewhat resembles what version… Continue Reading Jen Kuntz’s...

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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 is the Next Version – azurecurve
Aug21

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 is the Next Version – azurecurve

Unfortunately, I’ve not been able to attend the GP tech Confernece this week and am having to watch it vicariously on Twitter using the #GPTechConf hashtag. There’s been some interesting updates on Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 (yep, 2018 R2 and not 2019). The first bit of news is confirmation of the rumour that it would be released on 1st October instead of December. This is… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article on their...

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GP Tech 2018 – Day 1+ – JenKuntz.ca
Aug21

GP Tech 2018 – Day 1+ – JenKuntz.ca

I’m back in Fargo, ND for the annual Dynamics GP Tech Conference. Today was the first day of the conference (Monday August 20th). I arrived on Saturday morning, with very little trouble, except some minor stress of believing I might have been bumped from the 2nd leg of my flights to Fargo. It turns out, if you book in a low enough class of ticket, you aren’t assigned a seat until you… Continue Reading Jen Kuntz’s Article...

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Implementing Rockton’s SmartFill: Registration – azurecurve
Aug20

Implementing Rockton’s SmartFill: Registration – azurecurve

This post is part of a series of posts on Implementing Rockton’s SmartFill. While SmartFill will work without a licence in the Fabrikam sample company, to use it in any other company, you need to register the module. Your partner can purchase the keys for you; once the order is compelte, the registration can be updated in Microsoft Dynamics GP. To do this, open the Rockton Software… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article on...

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Implementing Rockton’s SmartFill: Client Installation – azurecurve
Aug17

Implementing Rockton’s SmartFill: Client Installation – azurecurve

This post is part of a series of posts on Implementing Rockton’s SmartFill. The second step in implementing SmartFill is to install the remaining clients. Using the previously downloaded installer, extract the downloaded file and run the SmartFillSetup.exe as Administrator by right-clicking: Verify that correct install of the Microsoft Dynamics GP client is selected and click the… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article on...

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The Dynamics GP Blogster: Calling SQL Server stored procedures from Microsoft Dexterity
Aug16

The Dynamics GP Blogster: Calling SQL Server stored procedures from Microsoft Dexterity

Back in January of 2009, I wrote an article showing a method of calling a SQL Server stored procedure from Dexterity by calling a stored procedure prototype script (sproc) in sanScript. See, Calling SQL Server stored procedures from Microsoft Dexterity (January 26, 2009). This sproc tells the runtime engine (Dynamics.exe) that it must connect to either the system or company database to run… Continue Reading Mariano Gomez’s...

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First Client Installation – azurecurve
Aug16

First Client Installation – azurecurve

This post is part of a series of posts on Implementing Rockton’s SmartFill. The first step in implementing SmartFill is to install the first client; it’s in this installation where we will deploy the database objects. To install the first client, the first step is to download SmartFill; navigate to the Rockton Software downloads page. In the Product field, select SmartFill and in the… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article...

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What Is SmartFill – azurecurve
Aug15

What Is SmartFill – azurecurve

This post is part of a series of posts on Implementing Rockton’s SmartFill. Before starting the installation, I thought it might be useful to do a post, covering what functionality SmartFill contains. Simply put, SmartFill allows you to perform a more flexible lookup than the standard ones in Microsoft Dynamics GP. For example, you can type only a few characters of an Item Number or… Continue Reading Ian Grieve’s Article...

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