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Have you ever lunched Dynamics GP and got the below error: “FP: Bad component offset: 80Wind: 1Fld: 14” And then got the below error: “Unhandled script exception: Illegal address for field Account Number in script Setup_Account_Format. Script terminated.” If so all what you need to do is for this error or any similar issues related to the account framework is to go to Dynamics GP FolderDataDex.ini and change a switch called “Synchronize” from FALSE to TRUE, this will require GP to run utilities and resynchronize your account framework and the issue will no longer exist.
With another Summit behind us, it’s just fitting that I close this one out with some remarks about the event, and as it is customary, with all links I could find from people talking about it. This is indeed my second GPUG Summit as a presenter and I have to say, this event is growing very fast in popularity, with over 550 users, partners, and ISVs from the Microsoft Dynamics GP world
New Article on MSDynamicsWorld: Navigating Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Licensing: What Does it Mean for the Customer?
“Just about every day it seems, something new is added to the way pricing is going to work…” My new MSDynamicsWorld article is out and in it I provide a comprehensive summary of the upcoming changes in licensing (as of the date of publication) for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 . The article is generating a lot of traction, so be sure to check it out and add your comments to it
If you have ever received the above error on a posting journal or edit list, check to make sure the fiscal period for the batch you are trying to post is open. The posting journal/edit list should have another clue about what was causing the error at the top of the report
Last week, while searching for something on Microsoft’s PartnerSource, I came across an announcement that Microsoft is discontinuing sales of the Extender module and that both sales and support of Extender will revert back to eOne Solutions , the original developer of Extender, starting February 1, 2013. Please note that eOne has always sold a more advanced version of Extender, called Extender Enterprise.