Month: <span>June 2016</span>

GP2015 R2 not deploying all of the SSRS reports

Encountered an issue where GP2015 R2 was not deploying all of the SSRS reports.  Performed the following to resolve it:  Cleared all the records from the DYNAMICS..syDeployedReports table.  Changed the execution timeout line of the the web.config file (usually located in the C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\MSRS12.MSSQLSERVER\Reporting Services\ReportServer folder) Look for the line : <httpRuntime executionTimeout=”9000″ […]

Management Reporter Web Viewer Prints Only One Page

If using the web viewer in Management Reporter, with the print destination set to the Screen, you may notice an issue where only the first page of a report will print. The issue reported in known by Microsoft and a software patch is necessary to fix it. Below is Microsoft description of the issue: KB […]

Migrating Management Reporter Database to New SQL Server

When migrating a Management Reporter database to a new SQL server, we followed the exact steps in KB 2744330. Backup Management Reporter on the old SQL Server. Remove the integration in Configuration Console. Remove the Application and Process services in Configuration Console. Restore Management Reporter database on the new SQL Server. Run script provided by […]

GP/CRM Connector – Invoices Only with Write-In Products

In the middle of an implementation of CRM 2015, a client of ours expressed that they needed the invoices to come over into CRM from GP without Products.  We reviewed the connector and tried multiple attempts, but the invoices would fail if the invoice in GP was tied to a product in GP.  Even if […]

10 business events that could signal it’s time to automate sales tax

Repost from Avalara The biggest barrier to companies automating sales tax is often inertia. Without a shake-up of the status quo, the de facto response is “why change?” or “I’ll get to it later.” It typically takes something significant to get people to pull the trigger on sales tax automation. Here are 10 common “events” […]