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February 21, 2013
Â· Ian Grieve Â· No Comments
Tags: Analytical Accounting, development, Dexterity, manufacturing, microsoft, microsoft office, microsoft-dynamics, Sales Order Processing, support debugging tool, windows, windows xp Â· Posted in: Blogs I Follow Total Views: 146
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Extender 2013 Feature of the Day: Move Fields
February 20, 2013
Â· Nicole Albertson Â· No Comments
Tags: contributors, dynamics, extender, extender 2013, fields, microsoft dynamics gp, SmartView, tech tuesday Â· Posted in: Blogs I Follow Total Views: 155
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Yesterday, I hadÂ a comment posted on the Updating Dexterity code for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 post asking about getting an illegal address error after upgrading code to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and launching into Test Mode.
The error message was:
Unhandled script exception:
Illegal address for field ‘System Database Name’ in script ‘GetSystemDatabaseName’. Script terminated.
I have seen this type message before on previous upgrades and it is caused by a minor mistake in the upgrade process, which thenÂ fails to add new global fields to the upgraded development dictionary.
The solution is discussed in the post below which was created for version 10.0 and updated for GP 2010 and GP 2013:Â
Hope this helps you avoid or overcome this issue.Â
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Dex – Illegal address for field ‘System Database Name’ exception
This is theÂ third of a series of articles which we have planned to publish every month. This article contains the list of 1:Many sessions and Practice Accelerator workshops which we have scheduledÂ EXCLUSIVELY for partners on a monthly basis, so that partners can get benefitted from these workshops
February 19, 2013
Â· Sivakumar V Â· No Comments
Tags: articles, microsoft office, practice accelerators, reporting, security, sql server 2008, upgrade, workshops Â· Posted in: Blogs I Follow Total Views: 172
eOne Solutions has posted an update on Extender Transition process on their blog. Itâ€™s very important for both partners and customers to read it and get an idea about whatâ€™s been going on and what to expect in future.
I would like to highlight the points about Pricing Changes, which are highly critical to any customer. Read the post and get informed.
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Extender Transition Update â€“ From eOne Solutions
February 19, 2013
Â· Vaidyanathan Mohan Â· No Comments
Tags: database, Dexterity, facebook, gp 2013, integration, microsoft, microsoft-dynamics, programming, reporting, Smartlist Builder, upgrade Â· Posted in: Blogs I Follow Total Views: 243
We always knew that the transition of nearly 5000 eXtender customers from the books of Microsoft back to eOne was going to to be challenging. This was an admin challenge we were ready for – and we’llÂ work hardÂ to bring some fantastic new functionality to all our customers.
- We have had some issues with data in regards to identifying the original selling reseller, as opposed to the current reseller of record. We believe this is now accurate based on what is recorded in Microsofts systems. Â If you find a customer on your renewal reports that should not be there – please make contact with firstname.lastname@example.org and we will make corrections as quickly as possible.Â
- The data we worked with related to the original purchase and may include customers that have previously ceased to use either GP or the eXtender module. We have done our very best to remove these customers form our imports. If you do find customers on your report that have previously chosen not to renew Â – please let us know and we will remove them from your reports. Again, emailÂ email@example.com.
- Expiry Dates: there have been a few questions in regards to the expiry dates we have on record for customers. We have based our imports on the expiry dates from Microsoft – so you can check them against your voice system. Â If you find a discrepency Â – again please let us know asap.
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Extender Transition Update