TCP Chimney Setting and SQL Server Error: TCP Provider: An existing connection was forcibly closed by the remote host
You might have heard me discuss the TCP Chimney settings before.
Over the past year, I got the privilege of being a reviewer of books written by Dynamics GP Experts/MVPs. I wished writing about these books once they got published, but it never happened till now. Here we go. To begin with, this post is my views of an all important book: Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Implementation This book is written by Victoria Yudin , founder of Flexible Solutions , a GP expert and an MVP ( an award that she holds on to for past 9 consecutive years )
Developers: Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Service Pack 2 moves the Vendor and Customer Combiner & Modifier into core code
Now before you ask…. the answer is No, I have not spent all week playing XBox One (as mentioned on the last post )
If you are a consultant, chances are you run your Microsoft Dynamics GP application demo environment on a laptop along with Microsoft SQL Server and SQL Server Reporting Services. This is all good, because it saves you from having to deal with virtual machine images in most cases
I did a couple of posts a while ago on fixing the sample company reports (the first post fixed the Row and Column Definitions and the second the Reporting Tree Definitions), but there has been another issue with them that … Continue reading →