Tridea Partners, Microsoft Gold ERP provider of Dynamics AX, GP and CRM invites our clients, professional colleagues and friends to this special Microsoft Dynamics networking event.
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Microsoft Dynamics GP versions 2013 and 2015 include an enhancement to the 1099 reporting process which allows you to print the 1096 form. However, when attempting to print the form, users may run into the following error message:
Fortunately, there’s an easy fix for this. Go to the Security Task Setup then select a Task ID. Next, select Product as Microsoft Dynamics GP, select Type as Reports, and select Series as Purchasing. In the List window, check the box next to “1096 Form” then click Save and you’re all set to print the 1096!
This article was written by Jennifer Cook, Dynamics GP Application Consultant for Tridea Partners. Tridea is a leading Microsoft Dynamics provider.
At some point in your Dynamics GP customization development career, you may come across the dag.exe command needed to generate the Application.Dynamics.ModifiedForms.dll. This .dll comes in handy when writing GP add-in’s for modified forms. However, you may run into issues when trying to run the dag command for the first time. The following troubleshooting steps and considerations have helped me get the dag.exe to run properly on most occasions:
- Do you have access to both the dag.exe file and the Dynamics.set file? If not, not being able to run the dag command properly may be an access issue.
- Does your dag.exe command look like: dag.exe 0 “c:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics\GP\Dynamics.set” /F /N:Dynamics. The first time I tried to run the dag.exe, I did a quick search online and came across something like the command shown above. Chances are running this will not work. The path enclosed in the quotes should be the path to where your Dynamics.set file is, so update that portion of the command accordingly. Also, in the command prompt, be sure to change the directory (“cd”) to the dag.exe’s directory.
- If you run into problems up to this point, try moving the dag.exe file from its default “GP [GP Version] VS Tools SDK” directory to where the Dynamics.set file’s directory. Then change the directory (“cd”) in the command prompt to this new location and run the dag command.
- If the Application.Dynamics.ModifiedForms.dll already exists, there will be a message that indicates such. The file will have to be removed in order to run the dag.exe. Consider whether a new ModifiedForms.dll needs to be created and take precautionary steps, such as backing up the ModifiedForms.dll, before deleting the .dll.
This article was written by Kevin Huynh, Dynamics GP Technical Consultant for Tridea Partners. Tridea is a leading Microsoft Dynamics provider.
If you are using the batch approval functionality in Dynamics GP, you might find this article helpful. How nice would it be to have a list of all batches that need to be approved? Here are the steps for setting up a new list view in the Purchasing Module for Unapproved Payables Batches, but you can create a similar list in Financial or other modules as well.
To start, click on the Purchasing module and click on Payables Batches on the left navigation pane.
This will open generate a list view for all Payables Batches. Click on the Payables Batches drop down and select Save As.
Enter a name for the new list view being created (i.e. Unapproved Payables Batches) and click OK.
This view will then be saved to the user’s navigation pane under the Purchasing module.
Next, click on Add Filter.
Select Batch Status in the first drop down, select is in the second drop down, and type in Unapproved in the Enter Value field. Then click on the grey arrow next to where you typed “Unapproved”.
Click on the drop down arrow next to the Unapproved Payables Batches and click on Save to save the filter criteria.
This will update/save the changes for the new list view.
This article was written by Shannon Hernandez, Dynamics GP Application Consultant for Tridea Partners. Tridea is a leading Microsoft Dynamics provider.