In my previous post I talked about all the out of the box options for setting up Integration Manager (“IM”) logs and frankly, the Trace level log is good for most users of IM users. However, when “good” is not good enough, it’s necessary to resort to some of the objects and functions available as part of IM’s scripting library.
Thanks to my good friend David Musgrave over at Developing for Dynamics GP for nominating me to the ALS #IceBucketChallenge . David was originally nominated by MVP Jivtesh Singh . See his blog post and video here: David completed his challenge (and donation yesterday) and posted this article on his blog as proof of his accomplishment.
When executing Dynamics Utilities for a brand new installation of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2 you may have noticed a new window in the guiding wizard. This window is the Web Client SQL Server Login window, which allows you to specify a common SQL account that will be created during the system database setup process
Business Analyzer App for Windows 8.1 If you are not using Business Analyzer today, shame on you.
I modified the Payables Transaction Entry Distribution window so the Account Number appears on the first line of the scrolling window. I also added the Currency ID field to the second line of the scrolling window because the second line looked pretty desolate and needed something else
Today I delivered a Webinar on Macros for GPUG. I loved doing it, but there are so many things to cover that an hour just doesn’t do it justice. I talked about adding the ShowAdvancedMacroMenu=TRUE switch to your Dex.ini file to reveal additional functionality that can make macros a lot more robust
I’m happy to report we have 31 votes to add a feature to GP that would allow us to do a ‘credit card run’ just like we do a check run. I would love to see a credit card that acted like a checkbook – including reconcile capabilities just like bank accounts. 31 votes is a good start, but we need more