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We have had a few instances where Dynamics GP Word Templates will not print out to the screen when running on a citrix environment. I’m happy to say that I think we have figured out what is causing this specific issue. Symptoms: The symptoms are that you have set up Dynamics GP Word Templates, but when logged into a citrix environment, when you attempt to print the template to the screen, it appears nothing happens. Word does not open. In this scenario, the templates will not print to the printer either. Troubleshoot: The first thing that you want to do is make sure to troubleshoot the problem in GP so you make sure that you have everything set up correctly. You would want to check security so you know what report writer report is printing (modified, modified alternate, etc.), make sure you have a template set up for that report. Make sure the template is assigned to the company you are in and is set as default. In this scenario, remove any customer/vendor assignments on the templates. When the templates are assigned to customers/vendors, it complicates the scenario because there can be multiple word templates being used and you want to eliminate that for baseline testing. You can add the customer/vendor assignments back after you have the templates working. Once you have verified these things, the template should print. In this scenario, the TPElogging helps because if you have logging turned on, you should be able to see that the word doc is being created, but it’s just not opening in word. That would prove that the word doc is being created correctly. Code: I don’t want to get too technical here but I do want to shed some light on what GP is doing to get the word template to print out to the screen. This process is handled by the Microsoft.Dynamics.GP.BusinessIntelligence.TemplateProcessing.dll in your addins folder under GP. This dll handles most of the template processing. When it gets to sending the word document to the screen, the dll is using the Process.
I been doing maintenance to my blog for old posts that were redirecting images to other dead URLs and noticed that all my articles been republished again, therefore all my blog followers will be mailed for each article which are around 900!!! Very sorry for inconvenience, please do not “junk” my mails!! This will never happen again. ——————————————————————————– Regards, — Mohammad R.
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You asked for it and you got it! As of March 26, 2012, the tools in Professional Services Tools Library (PSTL) are available to Partners at no additional cost. Use these links below to read more about this exciting news: PartnerSource https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/downloads/releases/noam_pstl.htm?printpage=false CustomerSource **Note: Customers should contact their Partner for more information. You will no longer be able to download PSTL from CustomerSource. https://mbs.microsoft.com/customersource/downloads/servicepacks/NOAM_PSTL DOCUMENTATION: To read more about installing, making a shortcut, and using each of the tools available in PSTL, you can go to the documentation folder on your Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0 or GP 2010 install, and read the ProfServicesToolsLibrary.pdf that is available. (The default location is: C:Program FilesMicrosoft DynamicsGPDocumentation) PSTL requires that the user be logged in as the ‘sa’ user. Thank you! Cheryl W
Each week we will give you an inside look into the inner workings of Microsoft Dynamics GP. This week we are talking to Paul Lindgren a Senior Program Manager Lead who is responsible for release Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013. He’s the person that controls the release and keeps everything on schedule. Check it out. http://youtu.be/vJI-L9hIyKg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJI-L9hIyKg&feature=youtu.be Pam
Have you ever heard the saying “You can catch more flies with honey than vinegar” ? I believe this is especially true in a sales cycle. While competitors may be inaccurately representing Microsoft Dynamics GP in the sales cycle, it gives you an excellent opportunity to simply show the prospect how wrong the competition is, thus reducing the competitors credibility. I heard from many customers at Convergence this year, that the number one reason they purchased Microsoft Dynamics GP is they felt their Microsoft partner was a TRUSTED advisor to their organization. Reminder: The current Microsoft Dynamics GP Statement of Direction accurately talks about our committment to the product. Located here . In the Statement of Direction we talk about our current release + 1 in detail, while painting a picture of what the future beyond holds. When asked “Is GP 15 the last release because that’s the last release showing on the roadmap slide?”, I respond with this, “When I started at Great Plains Software in 1987, Dynamics GP 2010 was NOT on the roadmap slide” Thanks to everyone for an amazing Convergence. I saw so many incredible evangelism moments. With your help #MSDYNGP lead the way with the highest number of tweets of ANY of our Dynamics products during Convergence. INCREDIBLE! Oh, and by the way . . . Guess who leads the United States in the production of honey with 32.7M pounds last year? Why North Dakota of course! Errol