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Monday, July 1, 2013

“Serial/Lot tracked item’s receipt layer adjusted unit cost does not equal unit cost” when running IV TB reset tool in Dynamics GP

I couldn’t find the answer to the above issue published in a tech doc anywhere so I thought I’d post it here so I could find it again. I asked my friends at Microsoft how to resolve the issue and this is what I got back. Make sure you have a good restorable backup before …

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Changing Revision Levels On Manufacturing BOM in Dynamics GP

Recently we had a client who accidentally changed their revision level on their Manufacturing BOM. They did not want to GP to show that they were on their 7th revision of the item because they were really on their 5th and just didn’t know how to use the BOM correctly in GP. They contacted us …

Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Could not e-mail status report to sender. Insufficient Memory in Dynamics GP

Had a client receiving the above error while trying to email statements. The client had moved servers so it was working on the old server but the new server kept on saying Insufficient Memory. I finally opened up a case with Microsoft and somehow sneakily passed the issue off to a fellow consultant to follow …

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Printing a different company name and address on your checks based on the location assigned to the checkbook – report writer fun

The default check stub form in GP assumes that you have purchased pre-printed check stock with your company’s information such as name and address pre-printed on the checks.  But, let’s say the check stock your bank sent you doesn’t have this information?  And let’s, for a moment, also say that you have multiple checking accounts …

Friday, May 31, 2013

Changing the Long Date in Management Reporter 2012

Management Reporter 2012 has made financial reporting much easier, with its flexible mapping features and new browser report viewer. However, there is one thing every customer has asked me: “Why does the header show the long date of “For the One Month Ending Friday, January 31, 2014?” Many of our customers want to shorten this …

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

FP:Bad component offset.Form:80 Wind:1 Fld:14 in Dynamics GP

I never feel good about myself when I read error messages like the Bad Component Offset error. Why can’t Microsoft just say you are going to have a crappy day today, might as well go home? I’d feel great if I saw that. None the less I had to stick it out and fix my …

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