This post is part of the series on preparing a new SD card to install a new Raspberry Pi operating system; this series is a sub-series of the Adventures with a Raspberry Pi.
With the SD Card Formatter Installed, it is time to format the SD card. Place the SD card into the card reader and launch SD Card Formatter from the Windows start menu.
Make sure the corrected card is selected and mark Overwrite Format and then click Next:
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We’ve been doing some work with a client recently creating a number of integrations in SmartConnect. One of these was creating General Journals into a consolidation company from other Microsoft Dynamics GP databases.
Everything looked fine from a SmartConnect perspective; success reported for the integration and no warnings or errors. However, when we looked at the resulting journal, there was no Currency ID:
The problem here isn’t actually a SmartConnect one, but an eConnect one which has been known for a long time. There are a number of reports of this, but the one we found when researching was on the Dynamics Blogger.
The solution is to create a chequebook (checkbook) for the Functional Currency.
The company we were importing into, didn’t have one as only the GL was going to be used; once the chequebook was created, the integration worked fine.