In my last post: Backup regimes and synchronizing folders across your network , I discussed my method of backing up data from four folders off the root of the drive across my network and how I use the free SyncToy 2.1 tool from Microsoft. So in this post I wanted to take it to the next level. Introducing the Cloud Here is the next bit of the puzzle…
Last week, I resolved a rather bizarre case for a customer. The Situation Each time the customer’s SQL Server was restarted for whatever reason, only the ‘sa’ user was able to log into Microsoft Dynamics GP. Once the ‘sa’ user had logged into Microsoft Dynamics GP at least once, then all the other “normal” users could log in and everything was fine until the next time the SQL Server was restarted.
Following on from my recent post: David Musgrave does the ALS #IceBucketChallenge . A number of other people in the Microsoft Dynamics GP Community have now risen to the challenge. Below are their videos and blog articles: Beat Bucher: @GP_Beat takes the ALS #IceBucketChallenge Aug-2014 ( direct link ) (Please visit the site to view this video) Blog: ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Mariano Gomez does ALS #IceBucketChallenge ( direct link ) (Please visit the site to view this video) Blog: Mariano Gomez does the ALS #IceBucketChallenge Mark Polino: ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Now that you are beyond the initial excitement of the preview release announcement and have downloaded the RAR files with the links provided by Kevin Racer , Sr. Program Manager Lead with the Microsoft Dynamics GP team (See Microsoft announces Developer Preview for Dynamics GP 2015 for links to the rar files), it’s time to get the VHD image loaded. Note: you can use WinRAR or WinZip to extract the virtual hard drive image from the rar files downloaded from PartnerSource
Last week, I had an interesting case where a Dexterity Developer was having trouble getting some code to update a range of records selected in a table. The code would only update the first record in the range