Archive for December, 2012
Some companies have a need to disable the ability to change the User Date in GP. Out of the box, there isn’t a great way to handle this requirement but Ian Grieve, over at Azurecurve in the UK, has a simple, yet elegant solution for this. Check out Ian’s blog post here – User Date . Wishing everyone a Happy and Prosperous 2013!
It’s that time of the year again! Time to say goodbye to the outgoing year, 2012, and receive the new one, 2013, making all sort of resolutions that we never seem to be able to achieve and with good measure, since most of us are simply consumed with the daily grind that lifting our heads up to take a breather and see the forest from the trees seems difficult and sometimes downright impossible. 2012 however was a very good year and gave me tons of stuff to write about. In retrospect, 3 conferences, 2 virtual conferences, the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and the Web Client are simply a subset of the activities that allowed me to write some really cool stuff that you expressed through your comments to enjoy.
It’s that time of year again – time for a review of 2012 and noting what to resolve to do in 2013. I say this every year – time flew by! As my dad just told me, it seems to fly by faster the older you get. It certainly does! Today is December 31st and my sister & I are visiting my dad and his wife, and loving the few relaxing days away from home. Along with relaxing with family, this is my favourite, if not humbling, part of the new year process: reviewing what I said I would do this year! What happened in 2012? Well, I started the year resolving to make more reasonable goals …
I received an email from one of my users seeking my help in clearing this issue. While posting an invoice, this error message popped up: Upon running the Edit List for this invoice, I realized that it was due to an imbalance in Markdown Amount and corresponding distribution line. Below was the error report that I got: There seemed to be Markdown entered on one or more line item(s), but there was no distribution line for that amount.
Dynamics GP 2013 was released a few days back and it was indeed a milestone releases for Dynamics GP. We had a great launch party for the release and it was great welcoming the new product with so much fun! I have posted a collage of the launch party which we had below for all of you! In this article, I have decided to post some interesting links which are related to Dynamics GP 2013, which will be useful for partners and customers. General Information Dynamics GP 2013 Partner Portal Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 Transition Upgrade Policy Dynamics GP Statement of Direction MBS Training Deck for Dynamics GP 2013 for Partners (English) Dynamics GP 2013 Starter and Extended Pack Functionality Licensing Information Dynamics GP 2013 and Dynamics NAV 2013 SPLA Licensing Guide Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Pricing and Licensing Training Material (Recording) Dynamics GP 2013 Perpetual Licensing Guide Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Licensing Clarification for Dynamics GP 2013 Dynamics GP 2013 Price List Functionality Discontinuation Information Notice of Discontinuation of Functionality for Dynamics GP 2013 Enterprise Reporting Concur Expense Integrator Concur Expense and Risk Management GP Extender Product and Upgrade Information Upgrade Path to Dynamics GP 2013 Dynamics GP Upgrade Scenarios System Requirements for Dynamics GP 2013 System Requirements for Dynamics GP 2013 Web Applications System Requirements for Dynamics GP 2013 Web Client Product Release Downloads for Dynamics GP 2013 I hope the information which has been summarized above will be helpful for partners.