I received this error after a new install of GP2013 on my laptop. Not having yet installed any of the AddIns, it was a bit confusing. I reviewed the Windows log and it referred to a Communicator conflict. Jonathan Fear of Microsoft helped me with the tip to resolve – delete the Microsoft.Dynamics.GP.Rtc.dll that resides in the GP2013 folder. I’m guessing there was a conflict with the latest version of Windows Live Messenger/Skype because I had installed GP2013 prior to converting Live Messenger to Skype and didn’t encounter this error.
Just recently I was approached by a partner wanting to leverage the info in the Receivables Summary table (RM00104) to build a smart list showing sales summary by quarter. The smart list needed to display the following information: Customer Number Year Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 AARONFIT0001 2013 0.00 4224.67 0.00 10277.37 AARONFIT0001 2014 21468.68 0.00 0.00 0.00 AARONFIT0001 2016 12164.15 0.00 0.00 0.00 AARONFIT0001 2017 4945.70 5809.40 0.00 0.00 AARONFIT0001 2018 0.00 0.00 877.50 0.00 As is customary with these types of request, the best bet is to create a SQL Server view that can then be leveraged from Smartlist Builder.
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I was struggling getting an image to paste into Report Writer recently. My good friend and colleague David Duncan offered this advice, which works like a charm. 1. Open Picture Definition window in Report Writer and type in new name of image 2
There is a new Chalk talk which is coming up for Dynamics GP 2013. Please find the details of the Chalk Talk below
I have received a few requests for a detailed version my Current Payables Aging Summary view. Here it is
The most awaited Service Pack 1 for Dynamics GP 2013 has been released and is available for partners and customers now. You can download the Service Pack 1 for Dynamics GP 2013 from the links below