Dynamics GP Technical Database Guides – GP 10

Hi all

In this article, I have posted the link of a detailed database reference guide for Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.

I have posted the link to the guide for the system database (DYNAMICS) and the sample company (TWO) database.  

This guide provides detailed specifications of the various tables, views and stored procedures present in the DYNAMICS database (excluding HR and Manufacturing module)

This system database guide can be downloaded here.

This company database guide can be downloaded here.

For users, who cannot access the MegaUpload site, I have uploaded the files at an alternate location at FileSonic mentioned below.

This system database guide can be downloaded here.

This company database guide can be downloaded here.

Hope this is helpful to all.

Note: After downloading the file, right click the CHM file and click Properties. In the General Properties tab, make sure you click on the Unblock button (if it is present and enabled) before you open the CHM file (so that the contents are seen properly).

Until next post!

May 18, 2011 · veeyeskay · 2 Comments
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Dynamics GP Technical Database Guide –DYNAMICS Database

Hi all

In this article, I have posted the link to my Christmas present to the community folks. This is a detailed database guide for Microsoft Dynamics GP. Smile

I have posted the link to the guide for the system database (DYNAMICS). The company database guide will follow.

This guide provides detailed specifications of the various tables, views and stored procedures present in the DYNAMICS database (excluding HR and Manufacturing module – which would follow suite at a later time). Smile

This guide can be downloaded here.

Hope this is helpful to all. The company database guide will follow soon. Keep watching my blog for more details on it soon. Smile

Note: After downloading the file, right click the CHM file and click Properties. In the General Properties tab, make sure you click on the Unblock button (if it is present and enabled) before you open the CHM file (so that the contents are seen properly).

Until next post!

December 27, 2010 · veeyeskay · 6 Comments
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