This is something that is easily solved as a Self Service script using the GP Power Tools – Developer Tools module. In fact, I had already created a solution for the same request for a customer in Australia using GP Power Tools. I spoke to the customer, Anand, and he said he was happy for me to post the code on the blog.
The GPUG Summit 2018 Conference is fast approaching. It is being held on October 15-18, 2018 at the Phoenix Convention Center, Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
Winthrop Development Consultants will be at the conference as I am training 3 GPUG Academy classes and co-presenting at least 5 sessions. We will also have booth 1540 at the Expo.
Register now before the early-bird pricing runs out on September 6th… Don’t forget to use the Winthrop 10% discount code below.
Today, we have an article from guest author Craig Verster, Senior Microsoft Dynamics GP Consultant at Microchannel Services, who identified an issue that can affect Australian (and potentially other non-US) SQL Server installations.
When installing SQL Server Database Engine the default collation is dependent on the Locale of the operating system.
i.e. If Australia, then Latin1_General_CI_AS is the default collation method.
If USA (which is the default locale), then SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS is the default collation method.
Although both these collation methods use code page 1252 they actually work very differently.
As I mentioned in a recent article, the Microsoft Dynamics GP conference season is upon us with the Dynamics GP Tech Conference 2018 being held in its traditional home at the Microsoft Campus in Fargo, ND, USA on the 20th to 22nd August 2018.
The Agenda has been published and so you can now see all the great sessions available to you and your teams.
We are getting to the 2018 conference season again, and it is time to take advantage of the pre GPUG Summit Dexterity training that is being run in the week prior to GPUG Summit 2018 in Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
Dexterity is the development environment that Microsoft Dynamics GP is built on and the best tool to use for any customisation to the user interface of the product.
It took a little while after the old Microsoft Connect site for Microsoft Dynamics GP product suggestions was shut down, but the new site has been up and running for a little while and is getting lots of great suggestions added.
I recommend signing in and reviewing the existing suggestions and even adding some of your own ideas (if they are not there already). The Microsoft Dynamics GP development team use these suggestions when deciding on future enhancements to the product.
This time the question of Microsoft Dynamics GP’s future has been raised by Mark Brummel, who was a Microsoft MVP (Business Solutions) for the Microsoft Dynamics NAV product, and is based in the Netherlands.