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Sometime you face difficulties in your inventories where your quantities does not match between applications forms, for example the on hand quantity does not match the historical stock status report or the item stock inquiry , and this is really annoying as the inventory reconciliation utility does not fix this and the resolution for this is a nightmare.
I posted about Dynamics GP and 64 bit support last year. As per the technology requirements for Dynamics GP – for the e-Email feature – E-Mail Functionality Feature Item Requirements Microsoft Office Microsoft Office 2007 32-bit Microsoft Office 2010 32-bit Documentation Click HERE to review the SystemSetup.pdf manual for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010. Refer to Chapter 16 for information regarding e-mail setup. E-Mail Extended MAPI compliant e-mail application As you can see 32 bit Office is required
Workflow documents suddenly showing as ‘Not Submitted’ rather than ‘Pending Approval’ in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010
When a user submits a document into the workflow system and approval is required, the document will have a status of ‘Pending Approval’. A user can view the workflow status from the window in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010. For example, in the Purchase Order Entry window below, you can see at the top of the window, the purchase order is ‘Pending Approval by…’.
The Dynamics GP 2013 are now out on Partnersource/Customersource, so you can start planning for the next version. https://mbs.microsoft.com/customersource/documentation/systemrequirements/mdgp2013_system_requirements.htm?printpage=false&sid=lbeeuo5ag1netcbenw5rlgiu&stext=GP 2013 https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/documentation/systemrequirements/mdgp2013_system_requirements.htm?printpage=false&sid=lbeeuo5ag1netcbenw5rlgiu&stext=GP 2013 This is all *Subject to Change*, however, you shouldn’t be expecting any major changes. The following are no longer supported with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013: a.
As you saw in last week’s blog, Business Analyzer can be used to select and view SQL Server Reporting Services Reports from your desktop. To view the reports though, you must have security access to the Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services reports in Report Manager or the Microsoft SharePoint site and you also need access in SQL Server Management Studio. SQL Server Reporting Services Reports and Business Analyzer all use the same security, so once you have the security set up for the SSRS reports, it doesn’t have to be set up again to view these reports within Business Analyzer