It’s an important question that the GP team is asking, Is Analytical Accounting(AA) Enabled – Microsoft Dynamics GP Community?
Often AA gets enabled accidentally. The box gets checked during an install or it gets installed to test without someone realizing that test and production are on the same database instance. It’s important because even if AA isn’t being used, tables and other elements get created and they can impact upgrades. So make sure to check out the post.
I decided to join the GDPR herd and update the privacy statement for DynamicAccounting.net. In a nutshell, we collect data using Google Analytics and WordPress to figure out what posts do well, what time of day people visit, things like that, to help make the site better. For the average user, the only personally identifiable information is an IP address. Detailed Google Analytics data is held for a rolling 14 months and then removed automatically. This is the shortest available Google Analytics retention period. We don’t sell or rent ANY data we collect, though we may roll around in it on weekends.
If you choose to comment, you will need to provide a little more info and create a login because we don’t allow anonymous comments. This policy keeps the trolls in check. Comments you make are publicly available, as is your login identity. For this information, we still don’t sell or rent the data, though we reserve the right to be amused by your picture.
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We have made the decision to discontinue our newsletter and we have deleted the emails of users who were kind enough to subscribe. There just wasn’t time to give it the attention it needed. No, we didn’t sell off the names before deleting them.
We value your privacy, but everyone says that. More importantly, we really don’t want to know what you do with you with your cat on weekends, even if it might sell some copies of Historical Excel Reporting for GP.
Implementing Jet Professional: Assigning Designers
Ian’s Jet Professional series continues. I think he’s getting close to the end.
Unassigned Security Report & Superuser roles
Jen Kuntz digs into the Unassigned Security Report and finds a hiccup with Superusers.
Implementing Jet Professional: Sample Reports
Ian has moved on to Sample Reports when implementing Jet Professional.