I’m studying to take the GP10 Manufacturing certification exam and it’s amazing how much I don’t know (or have forgotten) about GP. Here’s an item that jumped out at me last night as I was reading through Item Setup processes: HINT: Set up the first class with the most common entries and select this class as the default class. By selecting the Default option, the information defined for this class automatically appears as the default for each subsequent class created.
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Below is an old tip from one of the GP Reports Viewer monthly newsletters . In the past few months I have had to look this up several times, because I just cannot seem to remember the syntax, so I thought I would put it on my blog, where it will be easier for to find for everyone, including me. :-) The situation where I last needed this was when I was creating a Crystal Report and wanted to hide a date field if it returns ’1/1/1900′, the equivalent of a NULL in Dynamics GP data
This week Mark Polino wants more control over SmartList visibility. If you’re in the same camp, and I know I am, click the link below and place your vote.
Smartlist Builder is a great tool to create custom smartlists. We can create smartlists using Dynamics GP tables (or) using SQL objects.
Congratulations Belinda on being named a GP MVP!! What a well-deserved recognition of the contributions you make to the GP Community. Welcome!! And, congratulations also to fellow MVP Mariano Gomez for being named GP MVP for the 5th consecutive year. Mariano and I became MVPs the same year, and friends shortly thereafter. Here’s to another year of doing one of the things I love most – helping others learn how to use GP more effectively.