I recently had an error reported to me in Microsoft Dynamics GP where some final approved purchase orders were not working correctly when opened in the Purchase Order Entry
window ( ).
The PO is shown as not submitted in the workflow status bar, but the button on the tool is a Recall button rather than a Submit one showing that the document has been submitted:
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I have recently been doing some work with a client to enable the Web Services for Microsoft Dynamics GP for external approval. This requires a steps to configure them for secure external access
; when it was configured we tested on afew devices including Android smart phones and iPhones.
We found that everything worked fine, except for the Android devices which returned the following error:
When I investigated the issue I recalled that I had seen references to this issue previously, but hadn’t realised the meaning. The problem is that the web services use an older version of TLS which has started to be deprecated and actually retired; this looks like it will be a much bigger problem starting very soon as the major browsers also remove support.
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With the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 R2
it’s time for a series of “hands on” posts where I go through the installation of all of it’s components and also look at the new functionality introduced; the index for this series can be found here
The third feature I’m going to take a look at is the Cancel Purchase Orders Linked To A Requisition. For those doubting why this feature was needed, in previous versions of Microsoft Dynamics GP, when yuo tried to cancel a quantity on a purchase order you would receive a message if the remaining quantity didn’t cover the requisition quantity:
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