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Accelerate your Microsoft Dynamics Licensing Upsell … – MSDN Blogs

Blog Author. Kevin Machayya is a 15-year veteran of Microsoft and Great Plains Software. He has held various roles in technical support, customer service, and sales operations. For the last 11 years, Kevin has focused on the

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February 14, 2013 · Kevin Machayya · No Comments
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Energized Accounting: What are You Worth?

DynamicAccounting.net · Retrieve Data from a Non Dynamics GP Server | Dynamics GP Insights – Steven Priest explains how to Retrieve Data from a Non Dynamics GP Server in Dexterity. …. Normally, I would scoff at the thought that an accounting rule could possibly have that much power, but in this case, I think they have a point. http://www.theglobeandmail.com/globe-investor/mark-to-market-accounting-a-volatility-villain/article8637443/ As a profession, we are

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February 14, 2013 · noreply@blogger.com Bill Kennedy · No Comments
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Document Attachment in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013

I am a bit late on this topic. We already have many posts (including Feature of the Day – Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP) on this written by several community members. So instead of repeating it again, I am just adding pointers here to those posts.

To just brief what it is: Document Attachment is a new feature in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, which would enhance the way we currently deal with document attachments on a record. If you had sensed it right, yes it’s almost like OLE Notes, but much more than that.

This scores above OLE Notes, purely on grounds of three main factors:

  1. It doesn’t restrict itself to 32 bit architecture, like OLE notes container does.
  2. It is compatible with Web Client, but OLE notes is not.
  3. It stores the attachments on company specific SQL tables. You heard it right. It stores on database by harnessing SQL Server’s file stream, if I am not wrong.

More information about this (and how to use) could be read on below posts:

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February 14, 2013 · Vaidyanathan Mohan · No Comments
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My LinkedIn Profile is in the top 5% most viewed for 2012

David Meego - Click for blog homepageYesterday I received an email from LinkedIn (the professional networking site) explaining that they were celebrating reaching over 200 million members.

The email congratulated me on having one of the top 5% most viewed profiles for 2012.

See the screenshot of the email below (click on the image to see the full letter):

I know that this is LinkedIn promoting itself, but to be in the top 5% of 200 million is pretty cool.

Only me and 9,999,999* other people received this email, it makes you feel special and unique.

 

Here is the link to my profile if you are a LinkedIn user and don’t yet have me added as a contact (click on the logo below):

David Musgrave on LinkedIn

Thanks for your support.

David

PS: Congrats to all those who got a Top 1%, 5% or 10% email message.  It means you and only 1,999,999 (for 1%), 9,999,999 (for 5%) or 19,999,999 (for 10%) other people also received the same email.

PPS: * Or if we want to get more technical: the figures should be you and only 1,999,999 (for 1%), 8,000,000 (for 2-5%) and 10,000,000 (for 6-10%) other people as the others received different percentage emails.

PPPS: Happy Valentines Day. :-)

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February 14, 2013 · David Musgrave · No Comments
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