In a recent forum post, a GP user wanted to use a macro to post multiple batches using the Purchasing Batch Entry window. Sounds easy enough, but wait! The macro worked fine for posting a single batch, but when the second batch was added, the macro always failed. The reason for the failure is that a Progress window pops up each time you post a Purchasing Batch .
Blog Author. Kevin Machayya is a 15-year veteran of Microsoft and Great Plains Software.
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Welcome to the third installment on Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 on Windows Azure. In the previous article I showed how to provision the various VMs needed in our environment – see Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 on Windows Azure: Provisioning Process . The following is a summary of the VMs with the applications and services they will be running: Server Name Function ip-ads01 AD DS server ip-sql01 Database Server ip-gp01 GP and Session Service ip-gpweb IIS, Web Client, WMC, and Session Central The deployment started out with some prep work, as follows: Active Directory Server (AD DS) On the AD DS server, I setup a few domain user accounts and security groups that will be needed to run both Microsoft Dynamics GP’s Session Service and Session Central Service services on the GP server ( ip-gp01 ) and the Web Client and Web Management Console application pools on IIS ( ip-gpweb ).
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