I have a 3 week, all expenses paid vacation in Fargo, ND in January at the Microsoft offices, learning some of the finer points of Dynamics AX. As such, I thought I’d share some of the remarkable sights here. These two walls, in the hallway as you enter the Horizon Building from the Vista Building on the Microsoft Campus, display an interesting collection of news articles from the early days of Great Plains, up through when Microsoft bought the company in 2001. Pretty cool to take in the history of the application that so many of us have based careers on. * Click on either image to enlarge Thanks Doug Burgum!
Happy New Year!! Hope all of you had a great time with family and friends and that you are back getting used to the daily grind once more. Today, I want to kick off the year with an issue in Sales Transaction Entry window related to the cool ribbons implemented since Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2.
If you enjoyed the concert last year with Fun (see Microsoft Dynamics Convergence Atlanta 2014 – Day 3 ) you will be more than happy to know that OneRepublic — not a typo — has accepted Microsoft’s invitation to entertain the attending Convergence 2015 crowd. OneRepublic – From left to right: Eddie Fisher, Zack Filkins, Ryan Tedder, Brent Kutzle, and Drew Brown OneRepublic is an American pop rock band formed in 2002 by Ryan Tedder and Zack Filkins
As a follow up to my post yesterday (see Microsoft Dynamics GP backups with Windows Azure Blob Storage Service ), an issue has been identified with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 running on SQL Server 2014 when choosing Microsoft Azure storage as the destination for the backup. You will receive the following warning message: The SQL Server version that you are using does not support backing up or restoring your database from Microsoft Azure storage
I take a pause in my Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Developer’s preview series to bring something fun before the Thanksgiving holiday here in the United States. Hopefully you find this trick very cool and enjoy it in your workplace.
What a week of learning that reIMAGINE 2014 conference was! If you stayed for the post conference training classes, even more power to you. In my previous article (see Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Developer’s Preview: .NET Framework Interoperability – Part 3 ), I talked about the .NET interop capabilities introduced in this iteration of Dexterity and how these new capabilities have become the foundation for unlimited extensibility options for Dexterity-based applications. Today, I wanted to talk about another aspect brought by .NET interop: Dexterity services. However, to understand Dexterity services, we must first take a look at the service implementation patterns
One of my customers reported that when they transfer the Purchase Requisition to Purchase Order, the cost they specified in the requisition for their items is not being transferred to the purchase order.