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    Ian Grieve is now working on building a  Microsoft Dynamics GP Table Reference | azurecurve  The post Microsoft Dynamics GP Table Reference | azurecurve  appeared first on DynamicAccounting.net .

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    We have narrowed it down a little bit. It seems we are only getting the unable to connect message when we are in the Purchasing module. I cannot figure out what would be unique about that.

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    April, is this still an issue. I am, hoping 3 years later, this has been resolved, but our client is experiencing issues on the latest rollup with inconsistencies for unposted transactions.

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    Hi Rob, Wow, this is an old question, sure hope it is resolved. :) The GP team is handling all the work now so if you are seeing this issue, please report it as soon as possible so they can investigate it.

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    This will be a bit involved. I wouldn't be surprised if your eyes glaze over before I'm finished with my question! When I became the GP Admin at my company, the first things I worked on were the financial reports using Management Reporter. Our main P&L is quite involved. Our CFO gave me these requirements: Show Current Year, Prior Year, $ difference, and % difference in a single column, not side-by-side. The reason for 1. was that the CFO wanted to see all 12 months of the fiscal year side-by-side, including quarterly subtotal and YTD total columns. If the items in 1. were side-by-side, the report would have over 60 columns. Prior year amounts should show up for every month of the fiscal year, while current year amounts should only go through the most recent closed month. No data for the current partial month should show up. $ and % difference amounts should be presented with a favorable/(unfavorable) formatting. That is, if current year revenue is greater than prior year revenue, that's a favorable outcome, so the differences should be positive . But if current year expenses are greater than prior year expenses, that's an un favorable outcome, so the $ and % differences should be negative . And, the pièce de résistance , show a current month vs. prior month variance in $ and % as the last columns in the report. So, since May is the most recent closed month, the columns would show $ & % variances for May vs. April. It took a lot of finagling, but I got the report to come out looking like this (from an Excel export so I could trim down the column widths) : So it's possible! Here's the Row Definition for this block of rows (from an Excel copy of the Row Def): And here's the Column Definition (ditto from Excel): Eye's glazing over yet? Cutting to the chase, my issue is with the CALC column AB in the Column Definition. (I've already set the Report Definition's Calculation priority to "Perform column calculation first and then row".) If the Current Year row has account numbers in the "Link to Financial Dimensions" column of the Row Def, that Column Def CALC formula in column AB works fine. However, if the Row Def Current Year row is a TOT row -- a summary of several Revenue or several Expense sections -- then the CALC column goes haywire. Instead of paying attention to the values on that row of the report, it SUMS the values in the Current Year rows above it... including summing the percentage values. Ack! E.g., If the Current Year current month vs. prior month $ Variances are 1768 and (12,665), the Total $ Variance for that section is fine: (10,897). The corresponding % Variances though are the problem. For the example $ values above, the % Variances are 0.2% and (7.9%). The screwy CALC sums the percentages to get (7.7%). [By the way, the BASEROW notation you see in the Column Def CALC columns above refer to the values in rows 4990 and 5020 of the Row Def. The CBR rows in the Row Def change the BASEROW to either 1 or -1. This was the only way I could make the month-over-month Variances come out favorable/(unfavorable).] The Current Year summary rows in the Row Def therefore have to repeat the accounts and categories given in the Current Year rows that are being summarized. This makes for long generation times since MR has to pull each account twice: once for the original Current Year row, and twice in the Summary row... that's the only way to get those #&%(#&!@!* CALC columns in the Column Def to work right! Anyway, if this is too much to take in, I can hardly blame you. This is the result of a couple man-weeks of effort. Can you see any way to do this differently? Do you think I've enabled my CFO too much? Sincerely, Steve Erbach WOW Logistics Company Appleton, WI

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    We have defaults setup for our paycodes. However, the overtime defaults do not work the way we think they should. Here is the situation. An employee makes $20/hour for one position and $25/hour when they work another position. To figure overtime properly we need to use the weighted average of their base rates and then use that to determine the overtime rate for each position for the week. This works great when it is setup correctly. What we have is the overtime code (OT) is setup under the paycode as being based on the regular rate (REG) with a Pay Factor of 1.00. Then on the Pay Code Options, we have a Calculation Method1 that it setup under Overtime Methods to find the weighted average of all of the REG and OT codes and apply a Factor of 0.50 for the overtime premium. The problem is when we setup a new employee. If we accept the company defaults, it pulls the Pay Factor and Pay Code Options and Calculation methods correctly, but it uses the default REG pay rate as the Based on Code, not the pay of the Employee. If we accept the Employee defaults, then the REG pay for the Based on Code is correct, but it puts in 1.50 as the Pay Factor and omits the Pay Code Options entirely. So either way we have to go back and change something. PS: If these are setup incorrectly you get some interesting calculations like figuring the premium correctly but then adding it to ZERO instead of the base pay.

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    Can position code be alpha-numeric?

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    I am working on patching my dynamics gp so that I can upgrade from 2013R2 to 2016. I have one database that is breaking on the stored procedure smBindTableDefaults. Can anyone tell me what the purpose of this proc is and if it truly necessary in order to upgrade? Also, any tips on how to get past this?

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    I need this tool as well. Can you forward to me? speterson@nuvodia.com

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    Thank you all for your response. I tried the ff steps on a 130GB Test Database after deleting 70M+ records on table IV00102. DBCC SHRINKDATABASE ( ) Reorganize All Index of table IV00102 Rebuild All Index of table IV00102 And the file size decreased from 70GB to 9GB! Now I am still having the end-users check data and test the performance before applying it to live DB. Again, i read somewhere this line- "I would also recommend that after you shrink, you re-grow the files so that you have some free space. That way, when new rows come in, they don't trigger autogrowth. Autogrowth has a performance cost and is something you would like to avoid (through proper database sizing) whenever possible." tho I'm not sure if I really need to do that.

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    Kristie - There are two (2) options: Reverse : It impacts on payable management as Debit memo and showed a debit balance against it's original expense. Correct : It impacts two transactions on payable management an invoice and a debit memo. In Debit memo, reversal made for wrong transaction and in invoice it shows actual expense against correct project. Here, if expense is already paid, then knock off these two transactions with each other and it will not lead to reimbursement twice.

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    One point I forgot to make when writing the other posts of this series , which was perhaps obvious to all, is that the formatting I have shown in this series, applies not only to the workflow emails, but also to the standard emails sent by Microsoft Dynamics GP. This would include the emails sent to vendors with a PO or remittance or to a customer with an invoice or statement. While I haven’t gone much beyond what I have covered in this series, it should be possible to do a lot more in formatting terms to the emails. One thing I have thought of, but not tried yet, is wrapping a table around the fields at the top of the table to align them into a neat layout. A couple of things I have tried, and which did not work, are: Adding styles to the approval links – any style I added to these links, such as padding or line-height, was ignored. Adding a div around an image and setting float: left – the image did not float in Outlook. The final point I would make around formatting the emails, is that just because you can, doesn’t mean you should. If you do format the emails, keep it simple. Click to show/hide the Customising Dynamics GP Workflow Emails Series Index Customising Dynamics GP Workflow Emails Increasing the Font Size Increasing the Font Size in the Document Line Fields Applying an Embedded Stylesheet Extending Styles to Other Elements Creating a Hyperlink Not Just Workflow Emails Read original post Customising Dynamics GP Workflow Emails: Not Just Workflow Emails at azurecurve|Ramblings of a Dynamics GP Consultant

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    Hi, I have a quick question regarding the fixed asset register in Dynamics. I have different types of fixed assets which represent for example equipment, office stuff, cars etc. which these have there own accounts related to them. Can someone please help me on how I can group these? Thanks and regards,

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    No elegant solution that I know of to your request. If you have not (sound like you have though) modified the original HATB then you could control it through having two Alternate Modified Forms/Reports profiles but you'd have to switch between them and seems easier to just have the two login shortcuts instead. If you have modified the report twice then you can't have both in the same dictionary so that itself wont work. Wanted to respond because you might be able to use the SSRS reports as I think that does have a HATB, someone here can confirm if that's an option and if it works. I see it in the report list but have never evaluated it. We use a custom Dexterity program that runs the HATB logic and dumps the results directly to Excel so I've never spent time on the SSRS report. Might be worth checking out though.

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    Not through the UI for sure, you have created one to many payments with that checkbook attached and I suppose you could edit that table and then the batch in SQL but that's not the fix here for sure. Just delete the batch and re-create it. GP is very forgiving on the check process (even if you've printed checks) up to the point of posting the batch. It has logic to support you to make mistakes so deleting the check batch and starting over is a pretty easy fix here.

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  • 06/23/17--08:32: Forum Post: RE: GP 2013
  • From SQL? SmartList? look up a JE? Management Reporter?

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    I would try SSRS if that in fact worked. What is the custom Dexterity program you use, who developed it, that sounds pretty slick.

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    I agree with Tim, this sounds like a little condandrum (is that right ?) .. as you want the users to be able to access either version of the HATB (regular & modified version).. you're going to have a hard time doing this, unless using a different GP login to assign a different Modifier Reports & Forms security. You could keep only one shortcut on your Citrix to start with the REPORTS_HATB.DIC, but that doesn't resolve the issue with the alternate version. On the other hand there is also the SSRS option too..

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    Richard, can you please let me know how you set this up. We currently buy 2nd hand steal by the pound but maintain an inventory in each. We currently generate a PO for $0 cost because of the each vs pound and enter the cost at receiving of inventory. This slows the process down and prevents us from auto-posting receivers using our Warehouse Management software Panatrack.

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