Showing posts from March, 2016

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 Feauture of the Day Series - Week 1

A busy schedule or perhaps constant movement from one client site to another may have prevented a lot of you from noticing the release of the new Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 Feature of the Day series. As customary, my good friend Pam Misialek  (twitter:  @PamMisialek ) has began publishing insights into the soon to be released Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016. Here is a summary of the articles published last week: Wednesday, March 23, 2016 Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 Feature of the Day: Web Client Friday, March 25, 2016 Dynamics GP 2016 Feature of the Day: Web Client Part 2 Friday, March 25, 2016 Dynamics GP 2016 Feature of the Day: Web Client Search Friday, March 25, 2016 Dynamics GP 2016 Feature of the Day: Sales All In One Document Viewer Please stay tune for my summary articles compiling all these features in one place. I will be expanding on some of them soon. Until next post! MG.- Mariano Gomez, MVP

A .NET Framework error occurred during the execution of user-defined routine or aggregate "GetAssignedUsers"

So, I found myself helping a client to troubleshoot a workflow issue. After configuring workflow a few weeks aback and running a few tests without any issues, we applied Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 R2 January 2016 Hotfix. Now, when the client went to execute the workflow, he received the corresponding email indicating there was a purchase order to approve. He then proceeded to click the Approve hyperlink and the process continued as expected. After clicking the Approve button, the client receive the following error message: The server encountered an error processing the request. See server logs for more details The following shows the error as displayed on the client's screen. At this point, it is worth stating that the workflow ran to completion and the PO appeared completely approved and fine in Dynamics GP, so whatever was causing this error did not seem to interrupt the approval flow. As good troubleshooters, we went to the Event Viewer to check for addi

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 general availability announced

Hi all, in anticipation to my Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 HTML 5 web client series, news come from  Pam Misialek , with the GP Product Marketing team that GP 2016 will be generally available to the public on May 1, 2016. Pam lists a host of new features, summarized as follow: HTML 5 web client which will allow the we product to work natively on cross-platform environments (Android, iOS or Chrome, Safari, etc). oData services and connections for Power BI  New All-in-One document viewers And much, much more. As it's been the tradition around each release cadence, please wait for the Feature of the Week Series  featured on the Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP team blog. Now, if you really want to see this stuff up close and personal, come to the Amplify conference in Anaheim, California, to be held from May 23 to May 25, 2016 (see #GPUGAmplify: Amplify your Knowledge with Microsoft and GPUG ) Until next post! MG.- Mariano Gomez, MVP

#GPUGAmplify: Amplify your Knowledge with Microsoft and GPUG

Anaheim, California : home of the very famous Disneyland entertainment complex, the celebrated ice hockey team, Anaheim Ducks , and why not, some colorful protesting melees as of late. However, this awesome American city in the Southern California enclave will be the host of the newly minted GPUG Amplify  (Twitter:  #GPUGAmplify ) event, a joint venture between Microsoft and the Dynamics GP User Group. What is GPUG Amplify? Well, let's start by saying what it is not.  #GPUGAmplify  is not Convergence and it is not a replacement for the new  Microsoft Envision conference. Amplify stands on its own as a new conference that seeks to provide insider information to the Microsoft Dynamics GP community product roadmap, upcoming features and overall vision. In that sense, it seeks to achieve the same goals and fill the gap left by Convergence. In addition, Amplify will deliver some very high quality sessions oriented to new functionality and features that will be available in upco

Where in the world is Mariano?

Hello folks! I'm back! Well, it's been a few months of drastic changes in my professional career and the truth is I've been immersed in it all, absorbing as much as I can, and really learning some cool new stuff. Who would have "thonk"? Now that I'm back in the blogging saddle, I will be talking about upcoming events, the cool new features in the upcoming Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016, as always, I will be bringing back those very cool tips and tricks that make your day go by easily, and of course, looking into those obscure errors and troubleshooting techniques used to resolve them. I also want to thank all of you who have always graced the comments section of this blog and want to let you know that I will be getting back -- slowly but surely -- to you. This blog would never be what it is without your readership. Until next post! MG.- Mariano Gomez, MVP