December 12, 2014
Â· Waqas Butt Â· No Comments
Tags: chrome, dynamics, dynamics ax 2013, dynamics-erps-sources, integration, Inventory, microsoft-dynamics, most-popular-posts, reporting, royalties-management, sql server, waqas Â· Posted in: Blogs I Follow Total Views: 49
If you have been slow like me in getting in the Bitcoin bus â€“ now might be the time starting learning about this new world. Its a little hard to get into, but the long term vision is fascinating. As someone who has spent so much money in bank fees for wire transfers, on top of currency conversion fees â€“ I see the value in Bitcoin.
However, I was always sceptical if Bitcoin or any of the other CryptoCurrencies will survive in the long run. Looks like they will, and are just gaining wider acceptance. Microsoft has just started accepting it, Newegg accepts it, Dell accepts it, Expedia, and Google is working towards integrating it.
Starting Thursday in the U.S., by using BitPay, the worldâ€™s leading bitcoin payment processor, you can trade-in bitcoin â€“ at current market value â€” and add it to your Microsoft account. Those funds can then be used to purchase content in the Windows Store, or in stores that house Xbox Games, Xbox Music or Xbox Video.
Steve Endow and Andrew Dean actually did a demo of accepting Bitcoin Integration with Dynamics GP at reImagine this year. Steve was kind enough to post the source code on his blog.
Microsoft Starts Accepting Payments in Bitcoin
December 12, 2014
Â· Jivtesh Singh Â· No Comments
Tags: amazon, Analytical Accounting, bitcoin, fun, games, georgia, management, support debugging tool, videos, windows Â· Posted in: Blogs I Follow Total Views: 50
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This article was originally posted on http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.
Friday Funny: Microsoft Windows Phone â€“ Siri vs Cortana Adverts
In my previous post, Average Days to Pay Calculation (SQL Code), I had provided a SQL stored procedure that calculates a customerâ€™s ADTP for a given point of time (between two dates). While this was perfect, it does not include fully applied but open invoices.
Some of the readers (particularly Tim and Steve Pena) requested to amend the script to consider open invoices that are fully applied. An invoice remainsÂ openÂ even afterÂ fully appliedÂ only when we do not run paid transaction removal (PTR). I wanted to work on this scriptÂ as soon as possible, but somehow I could not.
Better late than never, isnâ€™t it?
Please find the link below to download the SQL procedure that calculates a customerâ€™s ADTP for a given point of time, but looks at both history (RM30101)Â and open (RM20101)Â tables, take invoices that satisfy following criteria:
- Invoices that are fully applied.
- If invoices are in history table, by default, current transaction amount would be zero.
- If invoices are in open table, then take those invoices whose receivableÂ outstanding amount is zero.
- Invoices that are not voided.
- Invoices that have aÂ documentÂ amount, meaning non-zero.
I have verified this script against some sample customers for whom, invoices were either in history (RM30101)Â or in open (RM20101)Â or in both.
As always, feedbacks are welcome.
Read the original:
Average Days To Pay Calculation â€“ History & Open (SQL Script)
It has been an exciting ride combing through the features and capabilities of the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Service Based Architecture components, starting at the core with the new and enhanced .NET interoperability capabilities within Microsoft Dexterity, all the way to the newÂ service base architecture foundation built into Microsoft Dynamics GP to expand the realm of integrations that can be accomplished in today’s fast paced, application (Apps) dominated world, whether those applications are native to the Windows platform or cross-platform, whether they reside in the cloud or on premise, and regardless of the form factor.
I wanted to provide this single point of reference to reach all entries in the series, which saw 5 articles over the past 5 months.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Developer’s Preview: Loading the VHD image – Part 1 (Aug 29, 2014)
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Developer’s Preview: Working with Sample URIs – Part 2Â (Sep 24, 2014)
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Developer’s Preview: .NET Framework Interoperability – Part 3 (Oct 29, 2014)
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Developer’s Preview: Dexterity Service Patterns – Part 4Â (Nov 25, 2014)
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Developer’s Preview: Dexterity Service Patterns – Part 5 (Dec 1, 2014)
Since Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 is now availableÂ to the general public, my focus will turn to keeping you abreast of those application nuggets, point out any glaring issues or problems, and continue to work with the development community at large to maximize the technological foundations of the product.
In the future, you may see new series on this blog seeking to enhanced the product learning experience, so stay tuned.
Until next post!
Mariano Gomez, MVP
Intelligent Partnerships, LLC
December 11, 2014
Â· Mariano Gomez Â· No Comments
Tags: business, Dexterity, dynamics, human-resources, humor, microsoft office, newsgroups, united-states, windows Â· Posted in: Blogs I Follow Total Views: 93
See the original article here:
Dynamics GP 2015 Released & Available For Download
We have been getting requests already for the 2015 builds of the eOne products now that Microsoft has released Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015. So, we wanted to let you know our plans around the releases.
We are hard at work on getting everything ready in all of our products for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015. We want to be able to add some great new features for youÂ and make sure everything is working
December 10, 2014
Â· Nicole Albertson Â· No Comments
Tags: chrome, dynamics, enterprise, extender, facebook, microsoft, microsoft-dynamics, smart, Smartlist Builder, SmartView Â· Posted in: Blogs I Follow Total Views: 58