With the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 SP3, MSFT GP development team has fixed one of the nagging bugs which got introduced in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 R2.
The following posts would explain what exactly that issue is:
Error When Switching Back To Microsoft Dynamics GP From Report Writer (Ian Grieve)
Unhandled script exception: Illegal address for field ‘[Not Found]‘ in script ‘Unregister_Triggers’ (Mariano Gomez)
Rest assured that this bug is now fixed with the release of Gp 2010 SP3.
David Musgrave informs us about the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Service Pack 3. Read his post and plan for the upgrade.
Got to plan my Saturday accordingly now.
Microsoft had published a white paper on choosing a development tool for Microsoft Dynamics GP, at the time of GP 2010 release.
Though it’s pretty old, it’s still valid even now to refer to this white paper.
Download it here: Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 White Paper – Choosing a Development Tool
Soon, we would all be getting ready for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and I am sure, this white paper would still be valid.
Awesome tool and I would say, its need of the hour.
Now, I read this post on Microsoft Dynamics GP Support Blog on a tool that comes with Professional Services Tools Library (PSTL) to Prevent Users from Keying Incorrect Document Dates in GP 2010.
But unfortunately, scope of this tool is limited to following transaction entries:
- Payables Transaction Entry
- Receivables Transaction Entry
- Invoice Entry
- PM Manual Payment Entry
- SOP Entry
- IV Transaction Entry
- Cash Receipts Entry
I would have expected this to have even more reach, especially on POP side. Today, just today, I received a bunch of PO Invoices being posted on a wrong date. I would have loved to have this tool on my environment had this covered much more types of transactions.
However, this is still very good than reinventing this by developers or partners.
Njevity Blog has got an important piece of information, posted by Melissa Sandrovich, on available Upgrade Paths for Dynamics GP 2010.
The paths are detailed from versions 9.0 till lower versions of GP2010 to it’s current version.
Those who are looking for this information anywhere else, this post would be of immense time saver.
Mariano, in his new post, confirms that Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 is compatible with SQL Server 2012. The post also has got links to both CustomerSource and PartnerSource.
This is a good news, since SQL Server 2012 will precede Dynamics GP 2013, which means customers would be first upgrading their SQL Server first.
SQL Server 2012 has got tremendous amount of features that are going to be crucial in future.
So let’s gear up for some serious upgrades.