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SQL Trigger To Delete EFT Bank Information When … – azurecurve

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December 15, 2015 · Ian Grieve · No Comments
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December 8, 2015 · Ian Grieve · No Comments
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GP Upgrade – “Please Select a Company” Message

This one’s quite simple, yet intriguing.

I am working on a test upgrade; from GP2010 to GP 2015 R2. I decided to only take production company databases and left all test companies, for all logical reasons.

After applying GP 2010 SP4, I decided to perform a unit testing. After logging in to GP, I received following message, without having any issues later on. It was just this message:

Company Message

(Above screenshot courtesy: Ugan)

As a thumb rule, I searched on GP community and stumbled across two most relevant forum questions and suggestions.

  1. Please select a company message after company has been selected and logged into
  2. Dynamics GP 2015R2 Upgrade – Please select a company

None of them is answered.

I had a suspicion that this must be something to do with “Remember this company” option on “User and Company” window. I decided to use GP Power Tools (previously Support Debugging Tool – SDT) and SQL profiler to study this message in depth.

As suspected, results pointed to the option “Remember this company”. Now, if you remember what I said earlier, I took only the production companies for test upgrade and not the test companies. Previous consultant who was working with this client had selected a test company as his (SA’s) default company.

Now, you must also recollect that we have a SQL script to clean up missing companies’ affiliation across DYNAMICS database.

I ran the above script on the test environment and logged on to GP. This time, I was required to select a company and the message never appeared back.

Happy troubleshooting!

VAIDY

Filed under: #MSDYNGP, Dynamics GP 2015, GP 2010, GP 2015, GP 2015 R2, GP Power Tools, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015, SDT, Support Debugging Tool, Troubleshooting

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November 24, 2015 · Vaidyanathan Mohan · No Comments
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SQL View To Allow Customer/Item Link In SmartList … – azurecurve

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November 20, 2015 · Ian Grieve · No Comments
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Microsoft Product Management team to present for Australian GPUG Chapter

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This month we have something special: The Microsoft Dynamics GP Product Management team will be presenting a remote session for the Perth, Australia GPUG Chapter meeting in December.

The Perth December GPUG Chapter meeting approaches and the Agenda has been set. It will be held at the Microsoft Office in Perth on Wednesday December 9th at 6:45am for a 7:00am start. We plan to finish by 9:30am. All times are Perth times (AWST, UTC+8).

This time we have a special treat, I have organised for Brian Meier from the Microsoft Dynamics GP product management team to remotely present a session for us. The session will look at What’s new in GP 2015 R2 as well as the upcoming HTML Web Client in GP 2016 and the future product roadmap.

This session is not to be missed as this information is coming directly from the Microsoft Dynamics GP development team in Fargo, ND, USA.

For the Partners and Customers based in Western Australia, please invite anyone on your team who works with Microsoft Dynamics GP so they can see where the product is heading. Partners, please invite all your customers and ask them to attend.

For Partners and Customers based elsewhere in Australia, please feel free to register and we will provide you with details of how to join us remotely closer to the date.

Below is the proposed Agenda:

  • Welcome & Introductions
  • GPUG News & Chapter Business
  • Educational Session – What’s New in GP 2015 R2, What’s Coming by Brian Meier, Microsoft
  • Member Showcase – Cash Converters by Kate Sexstone
  • Roundtable Discussions (socializing)

It is important that you register your attendance in the system so we can correctly plan for the appropriately sized room and catering. Use the link below to register.

https://dcigpugportal.cobaltsaas.com/Meetings/Registration/MeetingDetails.aspx?mid=b3dbc642-8404-4712-8772-c8f82d22b62c

Looking forward to a great session.

David

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Filed under: 2015 R2, 2016, Dynamics, GP, GPUG, Microsoft, News Tagged: GPUG, News

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November 20, 2015 · WinthropDC · No Comments
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November 6, 2015 · Ian Grieve · No Comments
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