GP Table Reference Updated for GP 2018 plus First ISV Products Added

Microsoft Dynamics GP Table ReferenceI have now fully updated the azurecurve|GP Table Reference for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 RTM as well as adding the first few ISV products

A total of six new products have been added during the latest update.

Standard modules added are (I’m not entirely sure why these hadn;t already been added, but assume it is to do with them being more focused to the UK market; certainly DDR is):

  1. Direct Debits & Refunds (8811)
  2. Scheduled Installments (1150)

The added ISV products are:

  1. Advanced Bank Reconciliation (2440) from Nolan Business Solutions
  2. Extender (3107) from eOne Solutions
  3. MIS-AMS Extensions (3459) which is now maintained by Perfect Image, but not generally commercially available.
  4. SmartList Builder (3830) from eOne Solutions

I am going to be adding additional ISV products to the site as well, look for lighter tiles ; if you work for an ISV, or use ISV products, and want the tables added to the GP Table Reference, please get in touch with details of what you want adding.

The Mekorma products are currently on my list of the next ISV products to be added.

991 Tables Added to GP Table Reference

Microsoft Dynamics GP Table ReferenceEither Microsoft have added a hell of a lot of new tables to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 RTM or I had a lot more missing tables on the azurecurve|GP Table Reference than I thought I did (I knew the Email tables were missing).

I know I have added the tables for five missing products:

  1. Advanced Security
  2. Analysis Cubes for Excel
  3. Excel-Based Budgets
  4. Report Scheduler
  5. Technical Service Tools

However, overall there was 991 tables added to the site, suggesting a lot of missing tables have been added, as I know these five products do not have that many tables.

I am going to be adding ISV products to the site as well, look for lighter or darker blue tiles (I’ve not yet decided on the colour); if you work for an ISV, or use ISV products, and want the tables added to the GP Table Reference, please get in touch with details of what you want adding.

GP Table Reference Navigation Updated

Microsoft Dynamics GP Table ReferenceI’ve been a bit busy recently and so updated to the GP Table Reference site have lagged a little more than intended.

However, I have made two changes this weekend:

  1. Technical Groups have been removed from the navigation – these seemed to be confusing some people, especially the “No Table Group” ones.
    I will be looking at navigation again in future, so if there is any particular functionality you might want, please get in touch and let me know.
  2. Table order has been updated so they are displayed in Physical Name order.

I am open to making changes to the site which will improve the usability or accuracy, so if there is anything you feel will be an improvement, please let me know.

I Like Monkeys

Todays post is a bit of a diversion from the Hands on With Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 R1 series of posts I am currently working through. I was away on site last week and didn’t get a chance to write many posts and am now trying to catch up.

So something a little funny (I hope) to distract you while I get the next posts written:

The pet store was selling them for 50ยข a piece. I thought that odd since they were normally a couple thousand each. I decided not to look a gift horse in the mouth.

I bought 200. I like monkeys.

I took my 200 monkeys home. I have a big car. I let one drive. His name was Sigmund. He was retarded. In fact, none of them were really bright. They kept punching themselves in their genitals. I laughed. Then they punched my genitals. I stopped laughing.

I herded them into my room. They didn’t adapt very well to their new environment. They would screech, hurl themselves off of the couch at high speeds and slam into the wall. Although humorous at first, the spectacle lost its novelty halfway into its third hour.

Two hours later I found out why all the monkeys were so inexpensive: they all died. No apparent reason. They all just sorta’ dropped dead. Kinda’ like when you buy a goldfish and it dies five hours later. Damn cheap monkeys.

I didn’t know what to do. There were 200 dead monkeys lying all over my room, on the bed, in the dresser, hanging from my bookcase. It looked like I had 200 throw rugs.

I tried to flush one down the toilet. It didn’t work. It got stuck. Then I had one dead, wet monkey and 199 dead, dry monkeys.

I tried pretending that they were just stuffed animals. That worked for a while, that is until they began to decompose. It started to smell real bad.

I had to pee but there was a dead monkey in the toilet and I didn’t want to call the plumber. I was embarrassed.

I tried to slow down the decomposition by freezing them. Unfortunately there was only enough room for two monkeys at a time so I had to change them every 30 seconds. I also had to eat all the food in the freezer so it didn’t all go bad.

I tried burning them. Little did I know my bed was flammable. I had to extinguish the fire.

Then I had one dead, wet monkey in my toilet, two dead, frozen monkeys in my freezer, and 197 dead, charred monkeys in a pile on my bed. The odor wasn’t improving.

I became agitated at my inability to dispose of my monkeys and to use the bathroom. I severely beat one of my monkeys. I felt better.

I tried throwing them way but the garbage man said that the city wasn’t allowed to dispose of charred primates. I told him that I had a wet one. He couldn’t take that one either. I didn’t bother asking about the frozen ones.

I finally arrived at a solution. I gave them out as Christmas gifts. My friends didn’t know quite what to say. They pretended that they like them but I could tell they were lying. Ingrates. So I punched them in the genitals.

I like monkeys.