Another round of MS Office updates screwed up your GP client by preventing the Word Template to open after they get generated.
Build 28 of GP Power Tools Released!
After much waiting, the latest build 28 of GP Power Tools (GPPT) has been release today by David Musgrave.. I have been participating in the development of this new build by helping out BETA testing for this version since early spring 2020 and the more the testing went on, the more features got added, as... Continue Reading →
glpPostAccount. Error occurred NULL parameter
This is quite a common error message you may get in Dynamics GP when trying to post a GL Batch in Financial. The full message actually starts with "The Stored procedure glpPostBatch returned the following results: DBMS: 0, Microsoft Dynamics GP: 20052" And that is the problem. The message means nothing and doesn't give you... Continue Reading →
What is this error message about SY00100 ??
See how you can quickly fix a pop-up error that might come in GP and is related to the table SY00100.
Why you should be excited about the new GPPT build 26!
Today I had a chat with @David Musgrave, the brain behind GP Power Tools (aka GPPT), which he completely overhauled back in 2015 after he was let go by Microsoft and regained control over the former Support Debugging Tool (aka SDT). David mentioned to me some of the good ideas he recently had turned into... Continue Reading →
GP Power Tools build 22 hotfix available for download (May 02, 2017)
Good day GPUGgers ! As many of you may know (or not), I'm an avid user of GP Power Tools (former Support Debugging Tool, aka SDT) since the tools was launched in 2006, and recently worked very closely with David to bring fixes & enhancements to the product, as I've been running Windows 10 since a few... Continue Reading →
A remove range operation on table ‘SY_Current_Activity’ failed accessing SQL data
Why new SQL triggers added to ACTIVITY table could lead to some nasty pop-ups..
The All-New-GPPT finally released… in BETA.
It was worth the waiting ... on July 7th, David Musgrave finally announced the long waited successor of the Support Debugging Tool (aka #SDT), under the new name GP PowerTools (#GPPT). Soon as I got the link to the download area, I went to pick up the firt built of the new package and the... Continue Reading →
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