Tag: Smartlist Builder
As a follow up to my post yesterday (see Microsoft Dynamics GP backups with Windows Azure Blob Storage Service ), an issue has been identified with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 running on SQL Server 2014 when choosing Microsoft Azure storage as the destination for the backup. You will receive the following warning message: The SQL Server version that you are using does not support backing up or restoring your database from Microsoft Azure storage
We have been getting requests already for the 2015 builds of the eOne products now that Microsoft has released Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015. So, we wanted to let you know our plans around the releases. We are hard at work on getting everything ready in all of our products for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015.
This week’s Tech Tuesday is from our Support Guru, Jared Dux, who will go through a consistent issue that as been brought to his attention regarding SmartLists failing to export. Recently I have seen this come up several times in my cases and it can be a bit puzzling and frustrating users.
A little variation on my Unapplied AR Transactions view, this SQL stored procedure will return all open (unapplied) receivables transactions for customers with a name containing what is supplied as the parameter. In case you’re wondering why I am all of a sudden posting a stored procedure, I am going to follow this up later …
By now, we hope you are finished recovering and getting back to business after an incredible week in Fargo for reIMAGINE 2014! As one giant GP partner community we know you work extremely hard to make sure GP is the ERP platform of choice, and we sincerely hope we you were able to leave Fargo with some new insights and points of view. A huge thank you to all who attended our pre-conference
Excel Report Builder and Office 365 interact a little bit differently than a local installation of Office or SharePoint. Excel Report Builder and Office 365 SharePoint Currently, Excel Report Builder will not publish directly to a SharePoint site on Office 365. You can publish them locally and upload them to the SharePoint library