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January 8, 2016 · Ian Grieve · No Comments
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Happy New Year 2016

To the GP Community:

Happy New Year 2016!

This year is slated with lot of interesting releases for GP impending. I am absolutely as excited as all of you.

Let’s wish this year be an excellent year for Dynamics GP and its success.

VAIDY

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New Year eBook Sale at azurecurve Publishing | azurecurve

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December 31, 2015 · Ian Grieve · No Comments
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Navigation List Error: “Cannot insert the value NULL … – azurecurve

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December 23, 2015 · Ian Grieve · No Comments
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Batch Command To Restart Hyper-V | azurecurve

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December 10, 2015 · Ian Grieve · No Comments
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'Management Reporter Application Service' Part 3 – azurecurve

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November 25, 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

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November 24, 2015 · Vaidyanathan Mohan · No Comments
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