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Changing The Logical File Names Of A SQL Database | azurecurve

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December 28, 2015 · Ian Grieve · No Comments
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GP Year-End Update for 2015: Affordable Care Act (ACA)

Terry Heley from Microsoft has a must see video if you are using Dynamics GP for Affordable Care Act. As she says –  “There were MANY changes in the year end update for ACA, so if you are going to track ACA in our system, it is MANDATORY” 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=gAeLUjozhUA

See this post for more details – Microsoft Dynamics GP Year-End Release 2015: Affordable Care Act (ACA)

Click HERE for the latest ACA documentation for the 2015 year and all changes in the update in detail.

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December 28, 2015 · Jivtesh Singh · No Comments
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CRM 2016 On Premise is now out!

At Convergence EMEA last week, Microsoft announced the release of CRM 2016 – “Available both as CRM Online and on-premises in 130 markets and 44 languages, Dynamics CRM 2016 is focused on empowering employees to deliver the optimal experiences to customers, as well as engaging customers across all channels.”

If you are searching for the download in MSDN on Partnersource, and not finding anything, don’t worry – it’ll be up there in about a week. The 2016 online trials are meanwhile being rolled out by regions.

You can prepare yourself by reviewing the updated documentation on what’s new in CRM 2016

This is a major release for on-premise customers who did not get the CRM 2015 online features, so if you are upgrading from on-premise check out those features as well (CRM Online 2015 Update 1 features now apply to CRM 2016 (on-premises)

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December 3, 2015 · Jivtesh Singh · No Comments
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GP Upgrade – “Please Select a Company” Message

This one’s quite simple, yet intriguing.

I am working on a test upgrade; from GP2010 to GP 2015 R2. I decided to only take production company databases and left all test companies, for all logical reasons.

After applying GP 2010 SP4, I decided to perform a unit testing. After logging in to GP, I received following message, without having any issues later on. It was just this message:

Company Message

(Above screenshot courtesy: Ugan)

As a thumb rule, I searched on GP community and stumbled across two most relevant forum questions and suggestions.

  1. Please select a company message after company has been selected and logged into
  2. Dynamics GP 2015R2 Upgrade – Please select a company

None of them is answered.

I had a suspicion that this must be something to do with “Remember this company” option on “User and Company” window. I decided to use GP Power Tools (previously Support Debugging Tool – SDT) and SQL profiler to study this message in depth.

As suspected, results pointed to the option “Remember this company”. Now, if you remember what I said earlier, I took only the production companies for test upgrade and not the test companies. Previous consultant who was working with this client had selected a test company as his (SA’s) default company.

Now, you must also recollect that we have a SQL script to clean up missing companies’ affiliation across DYNAMICS database.

I ran the above script on the test environment and logged on to GP. This time, I was required to select a company and the message never appeared back.

Happy troubleshooting!

VAIDY

Filed under: #MSDYNGP, Dynamics GP 2015, GP 2010, GP 2015, GP 2015 R2, GP Power Tools, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015, SDT, Support Debugging Tool, Troubleshooting

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November 24, 2015 · Vaidyanathan Mohan · No Comments
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SQL View To Allow Customer/Item Link In SmartList … – azurecurve

CREATE VIEW uv_AZRCRV_CustomerItemLink AS /* Created by Ian Grieve of azurecurve|Ramblings of a Dynamics GP Consultant (http://www.azurecurve.co.uk) This code is licensed under the Creative Commons … MVP Profile azurecurve Publishing azurecurve on the Dynamics Community Email azurecurve View azurecurve View Detailed RSS Feed View Ian Grieve’s about.me View azurecurve’s Feed on Twitter View Ian Grieve’s profile on LinkedIn View …

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November 20, 2015 · Ian Grieve · No Comments
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GP 2010 Mainstream Support Ends Soon

All GP customers, ISVs, VARs and consultants should bear in mind that GP 2010 mainstream support ends on October 13, 2015.

Extended support runs till 2020, however it is strongly advised to upgrade your GP to most recent version (or a higher version on which your other modules/add-ons are compatible with).

You may want to bookmark this complete support schedule on Microsoft’s portal: Microsoft Support Lifecycle – Dynamics GP.

VAIDY

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September 29, 2015 · Vaidyanathan Mohan · No Comments
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Windows 10 .Net 3.5 Framework Installation Bummer: Error Code 0x800F081F

This one’s another issue that was eating my brain for the past 2 days. Little bit if story first.

I have a Windows 10 Pro virtual machine on my MacBook Pro. Things went well until I tried installing SQL Server 2014 Express, which required .Net Framework 3.5. .Net 3.5 is built-in and we need to enable it from “Turn Windows Features On or Off”.

That’s where the bummer was. I could not turn .Net 3.5 on at all. Following was the error message that I was getting:

DotNet35Error

That “Tell me how to solve this problem” takes you to this link: .NET Framework 3.5 installation error: 0x800F0906, 0x800F081F, 0x800F0907.

Unfortunately, for me, this post did nothing other than wasting my 10 minutes of time. Surfing about this error further led me to this post: Offline install of .NET Framework 3.5 in Windows 10 using DISM.

This post discuss about a workaround, but the ONLY working workaround. Below is a screenshot of how this works:

Screen Shot 2015-09-18 at 8.38.25 AM

I could then install/enable .Net 3.5 Framework on my VM and continue with GP installation.

Happy troubleshooting.

VAIDY

Filed under: .NET, Operating System, OS, Windows 10

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September 18, 2015 · Vaidyanathan Mohan · No Comments
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