Well, Windows 8 has landed on MSDN and TechNet for subscribers and is due for general release in, I believe, October.
This means it is time to interrupt the scheduled posts on installing the Web Services for Microsoft Dynamics GP. Having got my hands on an MSDN version I thought a quick run through on how to install it might be in order.
I am installing this into a virtual machine so I can have a little test before replacing one of my main systems with it.
I mounted the ISO image from MSDN in the virtual machine settings and launched the VM. The first part of the installer shows the new Microsoft Windows
Metro Modern logo;
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This is the second in a series of posts covering the installation and configuration of the Web Services for Microsoft Dynamics GP. The first post covered the prerequisites and, in this post, I’m going to cover the actual installation process.
The Web Services for Microsoft Dynamics GP are installed using the same Microsoft Dynamics GP setup utility.
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I’ve been fairly busy recently so I’ve largely settled for osting the GP 2013 Feature of the Day posts. Over the last few days though I’ve had a bit more time so I thought I’d start another series of How To posts. This one will span across a couple of weeks and spawn at least one other series of posts for a related product.
In the first series we’re going to take a look at installing the GP Web Services themselves, but before we can do so we need to make sure all of the prerequisites are in place.
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Microsoft have started the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Feature of the Day series on the Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP Blog.
The eleventh feature they’ve announced is Tenant Services.
Tenant Services enables multi-tenant deployments of select Microsoft Dynamics GP applications which will improve the efficiency in delivery as a hosted solution to multiple customers.
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I typically like to see rollups come out as they tend to fix bugs and add new features but yesterday I advised a customer to install rollup 1 for Management Reporter.
Hopefully, I can catch them first thing in the morning and get them onto rollup 2 instead, of which Sivakumar has just announced the release on the Dynamics Partner Technical Services team blog.
Rollup 2 can be downloaded from here (CustomerSource or PartnerSource login required).
This one adds support for SQL Server 2012 as well as other bug fixes and enhancements to the currency translation.
Well, I’m just back from the Prometric test centre with an updated Microsoft Dynamics GP certification. I gained the Microsoft Dynamics GP 10 Installation & Configuration certification a few years back and, as it was about to expire, I’ve just been and passed the GP 2010 replacement.
The new one is MB3-861 Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Installation & Configuration.
Way back in February I did a post on how to deploy the SSRS reports to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 R2 and meant to follow up with a post on how to deploy the Excel Reports, but got sidetracked and then forgot. Well, I’m correcting that today.
To deploy the reports you need to open the Reporting Tools Setup window (
) where you can deploy reports and see what has already been deployed;
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This is another mea culpa post; I’ve been doing enough of them I’m thinking of giving them their own tag.
I was created a virtual machine with the Fabrikam, Inc. demo company in it. When GP Utilities was processing I got this error pop up;
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I’m taking a slight detour away from posting the series of how to’s on the Professional Services Tools Library to highlight an installation error that I’ve recently seen when installing PSTL.
A client recently installed PSTL and reported receiving the below error message;
I’d sent them the PSTL download along with the instructions on how to install it without realising that there was a missing part to me instructions (which has now been added).
When installing PSTL into a company for the first time, you must log into Microsoft Dynamics GP as the sa user as there are some tables which get created (covered in KB Article 861564 which is actually a retired article but does mention the issue and the resolution).
After installing the Professional Services Tools Library earlier this week, I’m doing a series of posts on the different functions available, for free, within.
This post covers the Copy Shortcuts options. This function allows shortcuts to be copied from on user to another.
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