To create a new company, launch ,em>Gp Utilities and log in using the sa account:
To add the sample company, launch GP Utilities and log in using the sa account:
With the client installed, the next step is to deploy the system database. Do this by launching GP Utilities from the Windows Start menu and log in using the sa account:
One you have the media downloaded and the .NET Framework 3.5 installed, we can now install the first client. Do this by extracting the download media and running the setup.exe. This will launch the Microsoft Dynamics GP Bootstrapper Setup which will install the prerequisites:
Before installing any of the Microsoft Dynamics GP components, you need to make sure the system requirements are met. On top of this there is also some prerequisites which need to be met before the Microsoft Dynamics GP client or other components can be installed.
Most of these prerequisites can be handled by installer process, there is one which cannot; this is the .NET Framework 3.5 feature which is installed using the Add Roles and Features Wizard available via Server Manager on Windows Server or using Turn Windows features on or off accessible via Program and Features on Windows.
If the PC or server you’re planning to install Microsoft Dynamics GP onto has an Internet connection, then the .NET can be installed simply by using the wizard. However, if, for whatever reason, you don’t have an Internet connection available, the install process isn’t quite that smooth.
However, for both server and PC you can do an offline install and I have blogged about this several years ago:
The above articles are for older versions of Windows Server and Windows, but the process is exactly the same on current versions.
I’d worked in PHP previously (including writing my own MVC framework), and decided that I would have a go at writing my own WordPress plugins; by December 2018, I had a library of 25 WordPress plugins which are in the WordPress Plugin Repository.
In November 2018, I started looking at ClassicPress, a hard fork of WordPress, as a way of avoiding the new Gutenberg editor introduced in WordPress. In March 2019, I started rewriting the plugins specially for ClassicPress.
Code was improved, security enhanced and new functionality added; in addition, I also wrote several new plugins just for ClassicPress. All of my plugins for ClassicPress are listed below; clicking a tile will take you to my Development site which has details of the plugin:
Add Open Graph TagsAdd Twitter CardsAvatarsBBCodeBreadcrumbsCall-out BoxesCodeComment ValidatorConditional LinksDisplay After Post ContentFiltered CategoriesFlagsFloating Featured ImageGet GitHub FileIconsImagesInsult GeneratorLoop InjectionMarkdownMobile DetectionMultisite FaviconNearbyPage IndexPost ArchiveRSS FeedRSS SuffixSeries IndexShortcodes in CommentsShortcodes in WidgetsSidebar LoginTag CloudTaxonomy IndexTheme SwitcherTimelinesTo TwitterToggle Show/HideURL Shortener
The above list of plugins will automatically update as new plugins are released.
In this series, I will be using the full installation download as I will be doing a fresh install.
I’ve updated it now for the Microsoft Dynamics GP Fall 2002 Release, based on the system requirements documents.
The page is accessible from the GP Resources menu along with a number of other pages or external links containing useful information on Microsoft Dynamics GP.
There are not many changes to the system requirements for the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Release are not much, if any, different from the prior release; the system requirements for Dynamics GP and the Web Components can be viewed at the following links: