Tag: printer

Troubleshooting PrintBoss issues with Dynamics GP

| 06/02/2011 | 0 Comments
Troubleshooting PrintBoss issues with Dynamics GP

Mekorma MICR is probably the most popular check printing third party product used with GP for check printing. It is integrated with GP seamlessly.

Continue Reading

Troubleshooting printing issues with Microsoft Dynamics GP

| 02/02/2011 | 0 Comments

Just lately, I have seen a number of inquiries over the various forums on printer support for Microsoft Dynamics GP (usually, versions 10.0 and 2010). If you have been in the channel as an ISV, partner, or customer since the days of the former Great Plains Software, you probably still remember that in the past testing of Microsoft Dynamics GP included exhaustive testing of a number of printers for compatibility. In fact, leading up to the release of version 10.0, it was not uncommon to see the now infamous Printer Compatibility List, which would outline an extensive list of printers tested for all sort of “maneuvers” including large print jobs, paper handling, character blurriness, and so on.

Continue Reading

Name one thing in GP that really sucks

| 12/31/2010 | 0 Comments

An interesting question. Isn’t it

Continue Reading

Dynamics Report Writer is the Best Report Writer in the World continued

| 12/07/2010 | 0 Comments

David Musgrave continues to show off what VBA can do when added to report writer in his latest Dynamics Report Writer is the Best Report Writer in the World cont. post.

Continue Reading

What are those *.dat and *.idx files in the Microsoft Dynamics GP application folder?

| 11/29/2010 | 0 Comments

I had a case last week, where a customer site was being checked by its auditors. They were asking about the .dat and .idx files in the application or data folders. The .dat and .idx files are the data and index files for Ctree tables

Continue Reading

Print GL, PM, RM Reports to Screen

| 09/07/2010 | 0 Comments
Print GL, PM, RM Reports to Screen

Tina shares her tip for updating all report options to print to Screen instead of Printer using SQL Scripts.

Continue Reading