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- 11/06/18--02:00: _Introduction to tro...
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- 11/06/18--02:59: _Tip #1186: Race con...
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- 11/06/18--05:30: _My Reports in GP
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- 11/06/18--01:00: Key New Technologies Showcased at the 2018 #UserGroupSummit
- 4 Initial Takeaways from the 2018 #UserGroupSummit
- 5 More Key Takeaways from the 2018 #UserGroupSummit
- Customer authentication is done automatically with CRM Data
- Conversations are automatically documented
- Customer timeline histories are easily accessible
- Chatbot is included
- Chat Router is included
- Multiple Conversations can happen at once
- Social Media Monitoring is included
- Instant Messaging (IM) to Facebook Messenger or Twitter is included
- Outbound Chats are possible
- Easy transfers of tiles to CRM are possible
- A pool of present responses, conversation scripts, and templates that are ready for sending are all available
- Easy integration with Microsoft Dynamics 365 Solutions
- Mobile usage is available
- Results on the map are based on CRM Security Roles
- Users have the ability to map up to three entities on the map at one time
- Users have the ability to “union” data on the map to report on information in a set area
- Location-aware appointment scheduling and route planning are available to users
- Territory management and re-alignment is made easier
- Can use CRM data based on mapping for Marketing Automation Campaigns
- Geo-Analytics Dashboards are available to users
- Heat maps are available to users
- 11/06/18--01:30: Setting Up Microsoft Dynamics Portal Administrator Access
- 11/06/18--02:11: Get the logged in users Dynamics user record ID in a Canvas PowerApp
- 11/06/18--02:59: Tip #1186: Race conditions with queue items
- Marius chose to pick but not remove the item from the queue.
Joel picks the case, and since the queue item still exists the action taken by him simply resolves and the case is delegated to him.
- Marius chose to pick and remove the item from the queue.
Joel is presented with the following error message
- Accept that this might happen
- Create a plugin which prevents someone from picking something that’s being worked on
- Tell users about this, accept that it might happen
- Make sure you teach your users to refresh the list view if it’s been open for a while
- Distribute over several queues to prevent too many people working in the same queue
- Or maybe you have a better idea, drop it into the comment.
- 11/06/18--04:00: Dynamics 365 Error Adding Product Bundles After Upgrade to Version 9
- 11/06/18--04:30: Integrating Your ERP System With IoT – A Primer
- 11/06/18--05:30: My Reports in GP
- My Reports is set up per user and company. This is unfortunate, if you use several companies and ideally would like many of the same reports or Smartlists in each.
- Visible to User smartlists automatically show up on your My Reports list. You can remove them from the navigation list for My Reports without removing or changing the Smartlist favourite if you don’t want that to show up.
- Use generic dates like “end of month”, “end of previous month” where you can for reports based on dates.
- There was an issue if you upgraded from a version prior to GP 2013 to GP 2013 or greater where there may be reports stuck in My Reports (the pane) but not visible to remove or edit them in the navigation list. I recall having to fix one or two user’s issues via SQL Script to remove them ultimately. If I find the script again, I’ll post a “part 2” to this next week. I may not have kept it after we upgraded as the issue was no longer relevant to me.
- 11/06/18--05:57: D365 Quick Tip: Assign your records but keep control
- If your company first implemented GP with GP 10 or higher, use the HITB.
- If your company ran the IV Reset Tool somewhere along the way, use the HITB.
- If every item in inventory has turned at least once since 2007, you should be good with HITB.
- If you are on a version prior to 10, the only option is HSS.
- If your company started with GP prior to GP 10, you have not run the IV reset tool, and you still have a few leftover items in inventory, consider running the tool to evaluate how much your inventory would change. The tool provides this information prior to finalizing anything. If the number is small enough, consider resetting the inventory layers to be able to use HITB.
- 11/06/18--08:09: New View Designer is in Public Preview
- 11/06/18--08:58: The latest trends in the mobile crane market
- 11/06/18--18:52: How to make 9.0 Classic Client a bit cleaner
- 11/06/18--21:37: 10 years of blogging - moving time...
- 11/06/18--22:13: SMS Integration with Dynamics 365 + Microsoft Flow + Nexmo
Last, but certainly not least, there were A LOT of great technologies showcased, and much to take away from them, from the 2018 CRMUG #UserGroupSummit.
Within this post, we uncover two main ones that Dynamic Communities should know about before moving into 2019.
If you haven’t already read about our other key takeaways, we suggest covering them first, before you dive into this post …
Then, when you’re ready, let’s dive into the important tech talk that was covered throughout the summit in Phoenix, AZ earlier this October …
The company that created SimpleChat is based out of Israel, called the Elad Group, and they are a Microsoft Dynamics Gold Partner.
Core features of the new technology include:
Here are some screenshots of what it looks like when you’re using it:
Key features of this new technology include:
We hope to see you at next year’s #UserGroupSummit in Orlando, FL! We’re positive it will be another great event for the Dynamics Community.
If you want to learn more about what it takes to be a Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM User or Admin powerhouse, join us for our next Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM User Group Webinar.
So, you’ve installed a portal, nice work! Now you want to get logged in and start editing things. The easiest way is via the portal itself rather than from CRM. So how on earth can you do that? You...(read more)
Recently I had to look into an issue with the Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations mobile application, specifically I was looking at the "normal" mobile application, not the special warehousing one, so I thought I'd share what I learnt.
My initial impression coming to the mobile app, was that when I'm publishing mobile workspaces, and then running them on my mobile device, that most of the code was running on the mobile device, and that I'd have to do something fancy to see what it was doing.
That was completely wrong! All X++ logic is still on the AOS (sounds obvious now!), the mobile application is just displaying results back to the user. That means my first tip is to use TraceParser to trace what the application is doing - same as looking at an issue in the desktop browser, the trace will show X++ running, SQL queries, timings etc..
My second tip is related to the first - attach to the related AOS and debug the X++ logic behind the mobile workspace. Using TraceParser first will show which forms/classes its using so you can set your breakpoints in the right places.
The particular issue I was looking into wasn't related to X++ logic though - the problem was if I logged into the mobile application it worked fine, but if I signed out, then I couldn't log in again without uninstalling and reinstalling the app. For this issue I wanted to see how the mobile app was communicating with the outside world - with ADFS (this happened to be on-premises), with the AOS. Normally in the desktop browser I'd use Fiddler to see what calls were being made and pick up errors in communication, the good news is that you can do the same with a mobile, you just connect he device and your laptop to the same WiFi and then set the device to use Fiddler on your laptop as a proxy (as described here). This setup gives you the ability to make tests on your device and see the results immediately in Fiddler on your laptop, just like you would with the desktop browser.
It is also possible to debug the code running on the device itself, but I didn't need to do that for my issue, so saving that for a rainy day.
When working with a canvas PowerApp that integrates into Dynamics 365, you occasionally need the current users' Dynamics user GUID. This could be used to populate lookup references on the various records...(read more)
What happens when a race condition happens in a queue? Let’s say we have a bunch of customer service representatives who are working on cases in the same queue. The queue is sorted by priority and you should always pick the top case. Joel and Marius opens up the queue view at the same time, but Marius is a second faster than Joel to pick the top case. What happens now?
Well, one out of two things.
So how do we deal with this?
For scenario 1, here’s a few options:
For scenario 2:
How to reduce the risk of this happening:
Best regards, your friendly neighbourhood Viking!
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 was released on the 2nd October. In this series of posts, I’ll be going hands on and installing the majority of the components; some of them, such as Analysis Cubes for Excel, which are little used, I won’t be covering.
The series index will automatically update as posts go-live in this series.
I already stepped through the installation of eConnect on the server, but eConnect is also needed on the client in order to use the eConnect adaptors in Integration Manager.
To install eConnect on a client PC, launch the setup utility and select eConnect under the Additional Products header:
Accept the terms of the License Agreement and click Next:
Check the Install Location and click Next:
An eConnect Service User needs to have details supplied (although without installing the services, isn’t actually required) and then click Next:
Enter the full SQL Server Instance name in the Server Name, confirm the Dynamics GP System Database name, select an authentication method and then click Next:
Click Install to begin the installation:
Once the installation is complete, click Exit:
From the Personal tab in your own page in the people workspace, you can edit your own personal information. You do this by clicking the Edit sign. from there you get access to the page where you edit the...(read more)
After doing a test upgrade of an 8.2 instance to Version 9, we received an error when adding product bundles to an opportunity where the bundle had existed in 8.2. When adding a bundle from the grid it would return an error with the code - 2147206380.
This did not affect new product bundles that we created in Version 9, even if they were identical to the existing bundles that could not be added.
We resolved this by updating the instance to version 1710 (184.108.40.2068).
The IoT (Internet of Things) has suddenly risen to prominence in the past couple of years with a lot of focus on getting business value from the data that is being generated by devices.
Gartner states that the “Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects that contain embedded technology to communicate and sense or interact with their internal states or the external environment”.
With the introduction of 5G network, IoT is going to get the sort of boost that data and broadband got after 3G & 4G networks. With this milestone in mind, companies across the world are gearing up for the plethora of opportunities that will come up.
ERP or Enterprise Resource Planning applications have been around for more than 25 years and continue to evolve and provide value with changing times. As per Gartner, ERP is defined as “the ability to deliver an integrated suite of business applications. ERP tools share a common process and data model, covering broad and deep operational end-to-end processes, such as those found in finance, HR, distribution, manufacturing, service and the supply chain. ERP applications automate and support a range of administrative and operational business processes across multiple industries, including line of business, customer-facing, administrative and the asset management aspects of an enterprise.”
What we are seeing now is collaboration of the old (ERP) and the new (IoT) to bring in tremendous benefits for the organization. Let’s talk about some use cases where ERP and IoT are working together –
RFID (Radio Frequency Identification)
This was perhaps one of the first sensor based devices that became a rage in the mid-2000s when Wal-Mart decided to have its top suppliers make their products RFID compliant. Essentially, RF tags are put on pallet, carton or even SKU (stock keeping unit) level to monitor the movement of the item in, out and across the warehouse or store can be tracked. So, the next logical thing that happened was that the information provided by these RF tags were integrated with ERP applications which made receiving, tracking movements and shipping out products completely automated.
Imagine a truck load of your product coming into the warehouse and your team being able to receive it and process it into your ERP in minutes. That is the sort of efficiency that RFID integrated with ERP implementation will give you.
Quality Processes in Manufacturing
Traditional quality processes have been dependent on sampling techniques to determine if products are being manufactured as per standards. Not only is this not accurate, it is also too late in the process. It creates inefficiencies and unproductive work at multiple levels and the use of IoT technologies integrated with ERP can significantly reduce these incidents.
For example, if you are able to catch any deviations from specifications as and when the product is being manufactured, you could easily stop the line and fix the issue. This would greatly minimize defective parts, if not completely eliminate it.
By introducing IoT technologies, the manufacturing equipment and the product line can be monitored 24X7. What if the production line supervisor notices a small deviation in actuator speed can cause a complete component misalignment? He could immediately take steps to prevent further production unless corrective steps are taken.
One of the biggest beneficiaries of IoT and ERP integration have been the fleet management industry. Apart from the regular benefits like vehicle tracking & geo fencing, data passed from IoT sensors can really help validate and help achieve business goals.
As an example, each vehicle would already be managed as an asset in the ERP application with components listed and preventive maintenance schedules in place. What if the data from the on board diagnostics (OBD) of the vehicle is correlated with the maintenance data? Maybe the maintenance needs to be more thorough, maybe it can be delayed, maybe certain aspects of maintenance are being missed. Such invaluable data will not be possible without ERP & IoT applications working together.
Digital Supply chain
Supply Chains are being truly transformed by the use of IoT devices which are talk to ERP applications. The supply chain is no longer an array of opaque warehouses, stores, shipping terminals or trucks, but a constant barrage of movement providing you visibility at a SKU level if you so choose.
Imagine a situation where you are trying to figure out exactly when the components that you need to complete a product will arrive from China. Your MRP (Materials Requirement Planning) takes into account the time of arrival since the containers are tagged and are constantly sending information of their whereabouts. This can be a completely new avatar of the tried and tested JIT (Just in Time) concept.
ERP and IoT applications working together are in the process of transforming the way information is being received by us. The increase and benefits of ERP implementation in efficiencies that can be attained, are only limited by our imaginations…
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Today’s #TipTuesday post is about the My Reports functionality in Dynamics GP. There was a user question yesterday on the GPUG forums, where someone was asking how to modify their My Reports list. Great question! Here are some tips on getting reports on and off the My Reports list.
What is it?
My Reports is a section of Dynamics GP where a user can save reports they run frequently so they are one click away from running that report or Smartlist again (instead of searching through menus, for instance, to find it and set up their criteria).
You’ll find it on your home page if the “My Reports” pane is visible (check Customize This Page on your home page if it isn’t visible). If you’re a toolbar person, it’s on the “Standard” toolbar by default, but will not appear until you have at least 1 report in your My Reports section. Initially, it may look like this:
How to add a Smartlist – option 1
The first option, if you are creating a brand new Smartlist favourite, is to save it as Visible To: User ID. Smartlists “visible to user” automatically appear on your My Reports without doing anything else! I created a favourite in Financial > Account Transactions that is filtered to Document Status = Work. I’ve saved it under the name Unposted JEs.
Now, this is what My Reports looks like:
How to add a Smartlist – option 2
The second way to add a Smartlist to My Reports would be better if you already have saved favourites OR if your favourites are not saved “Visible to User ID”.
On any series navigation pane, there is a Smartlist Favourites option. Click on that to get a navigation list of all of the Smartlist Favourites in that series.
Mark a favourite you want on your My Reports pane and click Add To (in the My Reports section of the toolbar). Here’s another tip: when you add reports or Smartlists this way, you can rename the name of the item before you add it to your My Reports pane.
Now that I’ve added that, the My Reports list shows 2 reports.
How to add a “normal” GP report
The last option I’ll show you is adding a regular GP report option to the My Reports pane. I’ll use the PM HATB report as an example here, but any report option window will look substantially the same, for core GP at least (ISV products may not offer this).
Note: in this example, I am adding a shortcut to an aged payables report, which means clicking on it in My Reports will generate the report, not open this window. For that reason, you’ll want to ensure that you make your filters and parameters meaningful and generic. What do I mean? In this example, I want the Print/Age as of to be generic, not a hard-coded date. I’m choosing End of Previous Month as an example as that would be pretty common. If I also wanted a “real time” version, I would save another one with a different choice, say “Current Date”. Whatever I do, I don’t want the option “Enter Date” with a real date otherwise it uses that date every time. The exact same logic applies to Smartlists on My Reports.
After selecting a generic date range, and in my case no restrictions, I click on My Reports to save it. In keeping with my recommendation above, I am also editing the name to be clear about which date options I chose for this report. I want to know exactly what I will get when I click this link!
Now, I’ve got 3 reports on the My Reports pane. Notice how the reports are not sorting? Ya, there is no real workaround for that other than actually adding them in the order you want to see them. Not the best design choice, perhaps I’ll check out the ideas site to see if that is already a suggestion. Sorting alphabetically would be perfect, since you can rename the names any time.
How do I manage the My Reports section?
I’m glad you asked!
The easiest way to edit them is to click on the pencil icon in the My Reports pane on the home page. The alternative is on the Home pane, the shortcut bar by default has a Report Shortcuts section and My Reports is one of the options. Those are the 2 most obvious ways to get here although there are still other ways I won’t get into.
Renaming reports on My Reports
In the navigation list for your My Reports list, once you mark an option, the Rename and Remove From options light up on the toolbar (among other things that I won’t cover in this post). Here I am playing with sort options by naming things to see if I can force the My Reports to sort differently (spoiler alert: no luck).
Here’s the My Reports pane after renaming. Doesn’t it drive you completely batty that it’s not sorting alphabetically? But I digress…
Removing items from My Reports – option 1
The second thing you can do in the navigation list for your My Reports list is removing items. Here I chose one of my reports and selected Remove From, and it’s now gone.
Removing items from My Reports – option 2
For “Visible to User ID” Smartlists, there is a second option to remove a report from your list. In Smartlist itself, change the favourite Visible To option to something other than User ID and save it (via clicking the modify button) or you can remove the favourite entirely of course, if you wish.
Once you do this it is *supposed* to disappear from your My Reports list. In my testing, on GP 2018 R2 no less, it didn’t remove it until I switched companies and went back to where I had my reports set up. I refreshed the home page before changing companies and it still displayed the report on my list. Clicking on the report resulted in this error: “The report that you selected was not found in the My Reports list.”.
Sure enough, if I clicked on the pencil, the report was missing. I simply changed companies and went back and then it was gone as expected. That behaviour is likely a bug.
The key takeaways are this:
That’s the long and the short of this tip… I hope you find it useful!
At times, you are asked to assign certain CRM records to other users and you just have to do it as a part of the process.
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When reconciling inventory to GL in GP, there are two primary report options that companies use. Both of them have some pretty significant pros and cons. The two reports are the Historical Stock Status (HSS) report and the Historical Aged Trial Balance (HITB).
For a long time, all we had was the point in time stock status report in GP. To get this right, it needed to be run at month end. Miss the timing, and you were just stuck. Along came a historical version of that report that finally allowed going back in time, but HSS but it had its own issues. Enter the HITB, a report designed to tie to GL, but with a big implementation caveat.
Historical Stock Status is not designed to reconcile to the subledger. It may, and it’s often close, but the design of this report prevents a perfect reconciliation. For a long time, however, it was the only reasonable option. HSS starts with the current cost of an item multiplied by the quantity and then subtracts transactions to get back to the date selected. Working back to a date is the historical component. This report may not tie to the GL because it ignores the cost layers with that initial value. The current cost is really the last cost and often not representative of the full value.
For example, current cost is $100. Quantity is 11 units. The report would start with a valuation of $1,100. But in inventory, this product was bought in two purchases, one purchase of 10 units at $80. The second purchase was a single unit at $100.
$80 x 10 =$800 + $100 =$900 and $900 does not equal $1,100 from the HSS. This can work in both directions. Also, HSS works with transactions and does not take into account inventory cost adjustment. It’s usually close except when there are large price swings.
HITB was introduced with GP 10 and is designed to be the reconciling companion for inventory. However, for HITB to work, it required some data not previously present in GP, which means that it got additional tables. These tables were unpopulated by existing inventory transactions. For HITB to work, Microsoft provided an IV reset tool that would populate the tables from existing data but it required resetting all the inventory cost layers to a new starting layer. For some companies, this would result in a significant change to their inventory valuation and they were unwilling to do that.
HITB collects data whether the reset tool is used or not, it’s just not accurate if there are pre-HITB items still in inventory. For most folks, this should no longer be a problem since HITB was released with GP 10 in 2007, but there are some long inventory manufacturers out there (think Christmas trees, aged bourbon, etc.) along with plenty of people who do a poor job cleaning out obsolete inventory.
So here is the bottom line.
One more note, both of these reports are often requested in Excel. They are both very hard to get from GP into any kind of reasonable format in Excel. The best native option is to use the SSRS versions and export them, but even that requires a lot of clean up.
The best option is to purchase and use Historical Excel Reporting to run these reports directly in Excel.
Links to all the posts in this series can be found at http://mpolino.com/gp/gp-controller-series-index/
Just a quick update to note that the Alternate Key Manager XrmToolBox tool is published and available for download!
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The UI Team is hard at work delivering an improved user experience in the entity customization process. They have just moved the View Designer into public preview.
If you want to give it a try, open a D365CE or CDS environment that you have been working with from this URL – https://preview.web.powerapps.com
Then navigate to Data > Entities > Accounts > Views (or any other entity of your choice). When you click on a view in the list, it will now open up in the new View Designer.
In the upper right hand corner of the screen you will see the “Save” and “Publish” buttons.
“Save” is a split button with “Save as” as an additional action. “Publish” now performs both a Save and a Publish. Whoo! hoo!!!.
The team will be adding a tooltip and learning callout to help clarify that Publish is both Save & Publish. For all the old timers it is going to be a hard habit to break from, not clicking on Save and then Publish.
This is just one of many improvements in the new design process.
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Since the world’s population is growing, there is also a rising demand for the construction of houses. Major investments are taking place in the construction industry. Increased investments in real estate show that this is a growing market. Governments all over the globe are renovating their infrastructure after maintenance came to a complete standstill during the financial crisis. All these projects are causing an increased demand for heavy machinery and construction equipment. Mobile cranes are very versatile and extensively used in various projects in shipping, the oil gas industry, power plant construction, rail and road building, and the construction of dams.
In the Asia-Pacific region there is a large number of emerging countries. Combined with the high rate of growing urbanization and industrialization, it’s not surprising that this is one of the leading mobile crane markets. The European crane rental market is also significant, but not as large as the Asia-Pacific region. The Middle Eastern and North American markets, however, are quite saturated due to the declining demand for oil over the past few years.
When it comes to mobile cranes, we’re talking about several different types: all-terrain cranes, rough-terrain crawlers, truck cranes, crawler cranes, and others. All these types of cranes are used in a variety of industries. One of the largest industries that use mobile cranes is the mining industry. It uses very large cranes for the excavation of raw materials from open-cast mining fields. It’s not the fastest growing industry, but it has existed for a very long time and is still growing gradually. Therefore, there will always be a high demand for these cranes. Over the years the need for crane rental software has increased as well.
DynaRent has piqued the interest of several crane rental companies. First of all, this is because it is a proven equipment rental solution, but also because several crane rental companies already use it successfully. Curious to know more about our solutions? Send us an email at email@example.com or visit our website www.highsoftware.com
At the moment I do migration for one of customers from 8.2 ground to 9.0 cloud. I migrated all the customizations and customer was not satisfied with layout of updated classic 9.0 client. The biggest complain was related to huge whitespaces around fields. Just compare the same default forms of account entity 8.2 on the ...
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Every month, Ledgeview Partners brings you a Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM User Group Webinar, and, this November, we will be presenting on “Best Practices for the Beginner Admin”.
So, whether you are seasoned or are a beginner, as the title indicates, this webinar will be beneficial to you either as a refresher (for advanced admins) or for initial training and insight (for beginners)!
Then, in December, once you’re feeling more confident, we hope you will be excited to register for and attend “Best Practices for the Advanced Admin”.
Everyone starts somewhere, and we certainly know that well. Whatever phase of CRM training you’re in, Ledgeview is here to help.
If you’re a CRM Champion within your organization or want to become one, don’t miss this 2-part Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM User Group webinar series.
Webinar: Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM User Group
Training Topic: Best Practices for the Beginner Admin
Date: Wed. Nov. 14, 2018
Time: 11:00 – 11:45 a.m. CST
If you like to plan ahead, you can also register for the Advanced Admin webinar right away, below!
Webinar: Microsoft Dynamics 365/CRM User Group
Training Topic: Best Practices for the Advanced Admin
Date: Wed. Dec. 12, 2018
Time: 11:00 – 11:45 a.m. CST
We look forward to having you join us! See you this November.
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