Find out how to fix a broken file extension association from your Dynamic GP client with this registry hack.
This week I was working on a client's site that was proceeding with some GP Data Archiving by using the ProfAd Company Data Archiver (CDA). I had created several new companies with GP Utilities to accommodate for all the historical data that was going to be archived (about 6-7 years) for their huge Production Database... Continue Reading →
For many years several Dynamics GP users have been relying on David's blog over at the MSDN site.. Unfortunately Microsoft decide to retire the site and the content would soon be lost, so it was urgent to act quickly. From a trove of over 1100 blog articles, David managed to save and repost the most... Continue Reading →
What the heck is the DMU you might ask ? DMU stands for Dynamics Maintenance Utility and is provided out-of-the-box by Microsoft when you install the GP client (or at least it was until it was gone missing in the 2018 R2 image.. see more here) In essence, this is what the GP administration guide... Continue Reading →
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 →
How many times have you been caught with this error message after GP Utilities has completed the DYNAMICS system DB & company DB upgrade ? Every time I perform a TEST environment upgrade with any GP version, I get caught by the same trap and just have to slap myself for not remembering to check... Continue Reading →
Of Mountains & Printing Presses I've been using WordPress as a blogging platform for quite a few years now, after I had started with Google's Blogger many years ago.. I had switched to WordPress because I felt the environment had more to offer, but after the past few years, I started to doubt that it... Continue Reading →
I have been using Microsoft's Cloud infrastructure (aka Azure) for a while now by using a monthly free credit that expires every month-end.. That credit being not very big, you have to be very careful about the resource usage, otherwise it's going to burn thru you small ca$h in no time and suspend your account..... Continue Reading →