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Microsoft Dynamics Convergence Houston 2012: Day 4 Morning Closing Session
Day 4: April 13, 2011
After the phenomenal opening minutes earlier, it was time to know which city would have the privilege of hosting the next Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2012 event. Doug Kennedy announced that Houston, Texas would claim this honor.
Microsoft Dynamics Convergence Houston 2012 Intro Slide
Doug introduced Danielle Moon, Project Coordinator at NOV Tuboscope who immendiately outlined the Top 5 coolest things about Houston and why the city makes perfect to host the next Convergence.
Top 5 Coolest Things About Houston
So now that you know, mark your calendars and begin making preparations for Microsoft Dynamics Convergence Houston 2012, which will run from March 18th to March 21st, 2012, and will be hosted at the George R. Brown Convention Center.
Convergence Houston Dates and Venue
Of course, there's no Texas without its cowbows, so Doug was presented with a hat for the occasion, all the while he prepared to introduce the final act of the morning.
Are you tired of asking why is it that some transactions do post through GL and why some don't? Tired of changing the posting settings to no avail? This issue outta be one of the most confusing issues for users and consultants, new or seasoned alike. If you ever struggle with one issue in GP, please tell me it's this one, because even today, I cannot claim victory over this subject. So let's walk the walk together.
What the theory says?
According to Part 3, Chapter 13, page 87 of the Microsoft Dynamics GP's System Setup guide, "If you mark the Post Through General Ledger Files option, batches posted in other modules automatically will update the module in which the transactions originated and the appropriate posting accounts in General Ledger. Your transactions will post to General Ledger and not through General Ledger when posting transaction individually (without a batch)."
Now lets break it down...
It's important to really pay close attention to the theory…
One of the cool things about Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 is the new Web Client Identity Management feature. Having the ability to access Microsoft Dynamics GP with your Windows Directory or Windows Azure credentials without ever needing a SQL login account is just beautiful.
The Theory - Part 1: GP Utilities
The theory is fairly simple: you have a Microsoft Dynamics GP user account, which in turn is tied to a Windows Active Directory account or Windows Azure Active Directory account. User accounts are stored in the User Master table (dbo.SY01400) in the system database, which has been beefed up with a new column called Active Directory Object GUID (ADObjectGuid) to store the actual GUID of the directory or organizational account mapped to the GP user.
However, because Microsoft Dynamics GP continues to be dependent on SQL authentication for all intends and purposes, it continues to need a SQL login to be able to access the Dynamics GP database objects. This is where the new Web Client S…
Recently, I have been receiving a number of questions on the new Sales documents email functionality in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 and how to get it configured and working adequately. If you know me by now, I love to translate those questions into useful articles for the Microsoft Dynamics GP community at large.
Fortunately enough, the configuration process is not that difficult. Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 allows this feature to be configured in a top-down approach which in turn ensures that all related areas of the application are email-aware.
As a first step, there is a setup needed to be done at the company level - MSDGP > Setup > Company > E-mail Settings, or if you prefer, click on Administration on the Navigation Bar, then locate the E-mail Settings link under the Setup web-part:
The first settings you will be able to configure is whether you want the actual document embedded as part of the email body or as an attachment to the email itself. My preference is the latter as …