In the part 1 video, I explained how to mount the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Developer’s Preview virtual hard disk using Hyper-V. My intent was to provide a part two showing how to mount the VHD file on Windows Azure, but realized it would take more time than I wanted to invest in really getting the point across on many of the aspects around the new service architecture components, so I have decided to forgo the Azure portion until some other day. Today, I will focus on some of the sample service requests provided on the Developer’s preview image, which can be found in the Example Service Requests.txt file available on the desktop of the image
Business Analyzer App for Windows 8.1 If you are not using Business Analyzer today, shame on you.
I have seen many requests recently for a way to see what Dynamics GP vendors have had no recent activity. Since ‘recent’ can mean different things, I thought I would put together a view that shows the last activity date for each vendor.
This article was prepared to be used as an aid in setting up Vendor posting accounts. Purchasing Series > Cards > Vendor (Accounts Button) Under Purchases ellipses button (circled above) About Vendor Accounts The accounts entered on a vendor card are used to default on to a transaction. Cash is always defaulted from the Checkbook for this installation.
New users were just setup in an GP 2010 environment that uses Project Accounting. When the users were setup, they were set as ‘Non-PA Users’ in the User Class ID field. Changing this to ‘PA User’ resolved the error. Users must be assigned the PA User Class ID ( or NO User Class ID ) to access any windows that PA fields reside on.
We live by it, we die by it. KB article 878449, How to transfer an existing Microsoft Dynamics GP, Microsoft Small Business Financials, or Microsoft Small Business Manager installation to a new server that is running Microsoft SQL Server (KB 878449) , is perhaps one of the most visited articles in the Microsoft Dynamics GP world, especially around upgrades.