You may have noticed a recent change to the way kits and components are handled when you transfer a backordered kit item from an order to an invoice. Prior to Microsoft Dynamics GP 10 SP4 and GP2010, when you marked the “Allow all Back Ordered Items to Print on Invoice” and you transferred an order to an invoice with a kit that had backordered components, you would see the kit item on the invoice.
If you’re installing Microsoft Dynamics GP into a thin client environment then installing the clients isn’t that onerous a task, but if you’re installing GP into a thick client (or into a large thin client) environment then it can be … Continue reading →
This year Convergence is in Texas from March 18-21, 2012, how fun is that? I will be attending and hope to see you there too! Hear from General Colin Powell (Ret), that will be cool, along with Kevin Turner, COO of Microsoft and Kirill Tatarinov, President Microsoft Business Solutions. Not to mention the support help desk where I live. There will be GREAT sessions, plus a ton more for you to do and see.
Well, I return to fixing the Management Reporter sample reports with an, unexpected, part 2.
In some recent posts I’ve covered installing Management Reporter (prerequisites, server and clients) as well as doing the initial setup. Once Management Reporter has been installed and initialised, typically the next step would be to configure security access and then … Continue reading →
Over the last few posts I’ve covered installing the Management Reporter prerequisites, server and clients; now it’s time to configure Management Reporter for use. When Management Reporter is started the Companies window will be displayed with no companies created. The … Continue reading →