Dynamics GP Resources


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15 Responses to “Dynamics GP Resources”

  1. Morning Victoria,

    One of my users is getting the below error when trying to Post Journal entries- “a remove operation on table RM_Keys_MSTR failed because the record couldn’t be locked”, i cant find any info on this o topic on the net

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    • Mark,

      This could be caused by many things, very difficult to say without looking at your environment. I would start with restarting the computer where the user was getting this error, then going back in to see if the user is able to post.

      -Victoria

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  2. Victoria,

    I entered an invoice via enter/match invoicing in the Purchasing module, but had a typo and increased the item cost from $2 to $20. This caused an increase in inventory by a lot. The invoice was then voided and reentered in the AP module, but was not corrected in the Inventory module, which caused a difference between the inventory balance and the inventory subledger. What would be the best way to correct this error without causing further issues? Thanks in advance

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    • Hi Diane,

      You should be able to fix the inventory cost with the Adjust Cost utility (Tools | Utilities | Inventory | Adjust Costs). If you’re not familiar with this functionality, I would do some testing in a test company first to make sure it will do what you need.

      -Victoria

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  3. Victoria,

    I’m a developer and I’m making a web application that needs to insert data into the Applicant and Employee database tables in GP. I’d like to use the stored procedures that come with GP to do this. I’m finding that running SQL Profiler to find out what stored procedures are called for each part of the application process and new hire process is quite time consuming and tedious. Is there a reference document out there that lists out which stored procedures are called for which actions in GP and what their expected input parameters are? Thanks.

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  4. Hi Victoria
    I am about to develop a big app for Dynamics GP (Manufacturing for several fishing companies), the main question is, should I make it as a windows App or a Web App? Is it true that the next version of GP is going to be web? like CRM?
    Please give me your advise.
    Thank you very much

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  5. Hi Victoria, Thanks for you help in the past. I have a problem with some 1099 vendors. These vendors started out the year as 1099 vendors and in the middle were changed to non 1099 vendors. I have changed their status and using the summary page removed the amts in 1099 box. When I run the 1099s the vendors are still appearing on the list to recieve 1099s. How can I remove them? Thanks again

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    • Hi Jeanne,

      It sounds like you didn’t remove the 1099 amounts from all the right places. I do not believe this can be done on the yearly summary page, I think you would need to delete the 1099 amounts for each period. This may depend on the GP version, so if you still need more help, please let me know what GP version you’re on.

      -Victoria

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