Today I’ve come across the blog from David Musgrave .
Mainstream Support for Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0 is ending today, on the 9th October 2012. Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0 now enters an Extended Support period until 10th October 2017.
Original blog post from Sarah Purdy…click here.
Microsoft Product Lifecycle for Dynamics GP, Click here
A good blog from my colegue..I agree to that there should be customization quality, so that the upgrades/rollups are easy and the time comes after. Read more
Clicke here Vaidy Mohan’s Greatplains Blog
This year was a challenging year for us when it comes to ERP. Microsoft GP 8, we moved to GP10 and Microsoft released Great Plains 2010 and we decided to move to GP2010 because of the new features and collaborations. In 15 days we achieve this task by pulling the data from GP10 database, which is SQL2008 to GP2010 database. 15days with major customization on field service module, New codings on Analytical accounting and our in-house team is able to manage it well, within the time frame..and we are using all the below modules as well…
Now we are in Great Plains 2010…Congratulation to our team
GP2010 beautiful article…from David Musgrave…click here to read more
This message was quite annoying when my colleague created a Test Company in GP10 and restored a Production DB for R&D and Testing purpose. Analytical Accounting windows didn’t get opened and was throwing the following error message: There were several articles which cautioned / warned off from restoring only Company DB, which he is quite aware of. Because restoring another Company’s DB on to a Test Company will not have any issues unless it has got some products, like AA, depending heavily and real-time on DYNAMICS DB.
Read more..click Vaidy’s blog
According to GP Installation Instruction, To set up an ODBC data source, enter the name you assigned to the SQL Server when you installed Microsoft SQL Server. A data source name called Dynamics GP also is created using SQL Native Client. If you don’t want to set up an ODBC data source, mark the Do not create a data source option.
In case, you are stranded when your ODBC DSN is not listed in GP’s Welcome Screen Server Dropdown, on a 64 Bit System, rest assured that you have not created DSN on the correct DSN Maintenance wizard.
More info…read my collegue’s (Vaidy Mohan) blog….this will help you http://www.vaidy-dyngp.com/
Management Reporter extends the proven functionality of Microsoft FRx and enables people to quickly and easily create, generate, help secure and publish professional-looking financial statements, such as profit and loss statements, balance sheets, and cash flow reports…to know more click here
Management Reporter is available for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 customers at no additional cost and will be available with future releases of other Microsoft Dynamics ERP solutions. To assist customers currently using Microsoft FRx make the transition to Management Reporter, a migration tool, detailed guidance and information is available at http://www.microsoft.com/dynamics/en/us/products/management-reporter.aspx.
Management Reporter is the replacement product for Microsoft FRx.