From the Microsoft Dynamics GP Blogs: eConnect mystery; Receipt entry; Account structure; SQL Server backup tips

A selection of the latest insight from the Dynamics GP blogs:

  • Dynamics GP GPConnNet ReturnCode 131074: One Possible Cause;
  • Improve Receipt Entry with National Accounts for Receivables Management in Dynamics GP!;
  • Reshuffling your Account Structure;
  • Learning Dynamics GP SQL Server Backup

Dynamics GP GPConnNet ReturnCode 131074: One Possible Cause

On the Dynamics GP Land blog, Steve Endow tells us that recently a customer contacted him to say that an eConnect integration suddenly stopped working.

The customer had been using the integration for a few years without issue, but suddenly, it returned an error of "ExecuteNonQuery requires an open and available connection."


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