I’ve recently been working on a Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 implementation project for a client.
We created custom Word templates (
) for POP Purchase Order Blank Form, SOP Blank Quote Form, SOP Blank Order Form and SOP Blank Invoice Form without problems and granted access to the relevant companies.
To test the new Word templates we printed the documents to screen so we could quickly see the result. The POP Purchase Order Blank Form worked fine but when it came to the SOP documents we had a problem. When printing any of the SOP documents as Word Templates, instead GP printed the Standard Report Writer reports. Continue reading “Problem With SOP Word Templates”
I’m currently doing some work for a client where we’re modifying some of the reports in Microsoft Dynamics GP and I’m trying to avoid using Report Writer as a) I don’t like it, b) Word template reports look better and c) I don’t want to spend time training a client on a module which can be avoiding and is being retired in the near future.
For some of the reports such as the Sales Orders and Invoices and the Purchase Order reports, there are Word templates already available for customising, but for some of the reports such as the Sales Picking Ticket or Dispatch Notes there are no Word templates available by default.
In Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 this meant starting a template from scratch. In Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 R2 you can use the Word Template Generator to convert a saved xml report into a Word template.
The only problem is, I can’t find it. None of the blog posts I read announcing the feature said where it would be; just that it would be available with 2010 R2. My first port of call was within GP itself. The I tried the installation media but no luck. I then tried a couple of Internet searches and came up dry. I asked a colleague but they hadn’t used it before.
I finally searched on PartnerSource (I don’t like the PartnerSource search so usually try general Internet searches first) and finally found the download link for the Word template Generator.
During a recent implementation I was using Integration Manager to load data into GP and on one occasion I got the following message in the progress window;
Continue reading “Integration Manager Error – ADO Field Is Nothing”
I’ve recently been doing some work for a client where we’ve upgraded them from Microsoft Dynamics GP 10 to 2010 R2. Alongside this, we also migrated them from FRx to Management Reporter.
All looked fine after the upgrade until I opened one of the rows for editing and got the following warning message;
Continue reading “Missing Font Causes Crash In Management Reporter”