In Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010, Microsoft introduced the Reporting Ledger functionality which allows journals to be posted to one of three reporting ledgers; base, local, or International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
This functionality is controlled via the General Ledger Setup window (
Continue reading “Feature Explained: Reporting Ledgers”
A client testing Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 R2 prior to going live rang to say they were getting a runtime error when logging in. I dialled in and checked the home screen and couldn’t see any problem with the dynsa home screen so asked for a screenshot showing the error;
The screenshot they sent showed the below error message;
Continue reading “Home Screen Connect Error – Server Error in ‘/lus’ Application.’”
Clients who have upgraded to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 can use the new remember user and password functionality, but what about those who have not yet upgraded?
Well, in Microsoft Dynamics GP 10, and before, you can use a login macro to automate the login process. A macro can be created by pressing Alt + F8 on the login screen and following the normal login process before pressing Alt + F8 again to stop recording. Continue reading “Automate Login To Microsoft Dynamics GP 10”
One of the issues which has annoyed me about Windows 7 for a while now has, since I started writing this blog, moved on from being an annoyance to being seriously aggravating. It’s a meme I don’t really like but it does perfectly convey my emotions;
Continue reading “Windows 7: Working With Images Leading to FFFFFFFUUUUUUUUU”
It has become standard policy that whenever we install Microsoft Dynamics GP the OLE Notes directory is centralised; this means that any files which are added to record notes are available to all client machines. The problem I constantly have, is that I expect the setting to be in Microsoft Dynamics GP itself; stored somewhere like System or Company Settings and I end up spending a few minutes hunting around before I remember it’s not. Continue reading “Centralising OLE Notes”
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 has some decent functionality enhancements in it, as well as some UI enhancements. One of these is the ability to display reminders as visual cues.
In previous versions of Microsoft Dynamics GP, and as default in GP 2010, reminders show as text links with the number of items in parenthesis;
Continue reading “Feature Explained: Display Reminders As Visual Cue”
Microsoft Dynamics GP does not support Windows Authentication but in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 a new option has been added to allow the user’s username and password to be remembered for when they login. This isn’t as good as Windows Auth as the password does not have rules enforced by Active Directory but can make logging in easier for users. Continue reading “Feature Explained: Remember User & Password”
A recent customer who upgraded to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 wanted to enable the email functionality to allow them to email creditor remittances out rather than having to print them out and sending a hard copy.
As our support account did not have an associated Exchange email account on their system I was getting errors when loading the forms used in this new functionality. So rather than risk problems due to these errors, I put together a quick document for their IT department to enable it themselves. I thought it might also be useful to create an internet version to refer other customers to if they want documentation. Continue reading “Feature Explained: How To Configure The Document Email Functionality”