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I've been using Sage ERP 300 (ACCPAC) for about 7 years. Here are some links I've found in learning new things about Sage ERP 300 (ACCPAC) that you should see.

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How to Run Customized Sage 300 Screens from Sage CRM

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Introduction

From the Sage 300 ERP to Sage CRM integration there is the ability to run a number of Sage 300 ERP screens. These are the older VB screens being run as ActiveX controls from the IE browser. Not to be confused with the newer Quote to Order web based screens. A common request is how to customize these screens to you run the customized screen from Sage CRM rather than the base screen.

This blog posting covers how to run customized screens from Sage CRM. As a bonus, as part of this it also shows how to wrap a Sage 300 screen, so that it handles version updates seamlessly and doesn’t require you to re-compile your solution when we release a new version of the base screen. As a result this mechanism requires you use VB to wrap the base control for deployment. The ideas presented here probably can be ported to other programming systems, but it may not be easy.

A sample project that wraps Order Entry is located on Google Drive here. This project will be used for most of the examples in the document, so feel free to load it up and follow along.  In order to view the wrapper, simply unzip the file, and open up the CRMOEOrderUI.vbp.

Create the Wrapper

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Problems with Branching by Feature

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Introduction

Back in January I wrote a blog on Branching by Feature. In this article I want to talk about some problems with branching by feature as well as talk about some other approaches. We’ve been doing branching by feature since a bit before the previous article was written and although some things are working out, there are definitely some disadvantages.

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Becoming Overly Cautious

The idea of branching by feature is that features aren’t committed into the trunk until they are complete and fully tested. This sounds great, but it leads to some bad behaviors. People get overly cautious about merging their feature back into the trunk. People want to have a perfect merge and just keep delaying it and delaying it. Further the people using the trunk tend to resist merges and keep delaying them asking for more testing or more reviews.

This then leads to all the features being off on separate branches. But what if you are doing something that requires two of these features? You have no way to get them together. Then you have build servers continuously building all these branches, automated testing servers testing them and various other infrastructure being tied up.

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Sage 300 ERP 2016 SQL Server Only

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Introduction

If you were able to attend the Sage 300 ERP roadmap sessions at Sage Summit you would have heard that the next major release of Sage 300 ERP (named 2016 but released in 2015) will be dropping support for Pervasive.SQL and Oracle as database servers. This means the only supported database will be Microsoft SQL Server. Although we will support several versions of SQL Server long with the Azure SQL flavor.

The intent of this article is to help make sure everyone has plenty of advanced warning about this change. To help explain the rationale behind this decision, and to help people formulate migration plan if you aren’t already running SQL Server.

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The first Windows version of Sage 300 ERP (then called CA-Accpac/2000) was released supporting one database which was good old Btrieve 6.15. We all have fond memories of those days when the world was much simpler, we just needed a simple robust database manager without any other real concerns. At that time we had a good bundling deal with Btrieve so we could include a database engine with every System Manager. At that time Btrieve was owned by Novell. At that point in time Btrieve was a good low cost database manager that supported transactioning, it was used by many ERPs, and was relatively easy to install and administer. Novell sold off Btrieve back to its original developers and that evolved into…

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Sage Intelligence Go!

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Introduction

A new flavor of Sage Intelligence was demonstrated by Himanshu Palsule during his keynote at Sage Summit called Sage Intelligence Go! (SIG). I thought I’d spend a bit of time this week providing a few more details about what it is and where it fits into the scheme of things.

Sage Intelligence is a business intelligence/reporting tool used by many Sage ERP products. For those who have been around the Sage 300 ERP community, they will recognize it as Alchemex which Sage purchased a few years ago. This is a product that runs as a Microsoft Excel add-in which extracts data from the ERP to be manipulated by the power of the Excel spreadsheet engine. This is a very popular way of doing Financial Reporting since you often want to present the data graphically or you want to perform complex calculations or you want to slice and dice the data using pivot tables. Excel provides a great platform for performing these tasks. The original Financial Reporter bundled with Sage 300 ERP works in a similar manner as an Excel Add-in. Sage Intelligence is used for quite a few things beyond Financial Accounting including Sales Analysis and other predictive type BI functions.

Sage Intelligence has been around for a while and is a good mature product. Since it is written with the full Excel add-in SDK, it must run in Excel and specifically the locally installed version of Excel. This…

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On Organizing Agile

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Introduction

Generally Agile Programming is first taught as a very simple process, only involving some simple tools found in most kindergartens. The basic ideas of Agile Programming are quite simple and designed to make software development easier with less wasted work. However many people that adopt Agile find this transformed into quite a rigid bureaucratic system that isn’t very productive. What are a few things that can go wrong? How can you return to the simplicity of the original Agile goals? How can you track and manage large projects with many teams and dependencies in an Agile world?

Agile Manifesto

Agile was started by a group of programmers who came up with a simple set of guiding principles.

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The purpose of this wasn’t to obliterate all the items on the right, it was to set some priorities. I think a lot of times when organizations adopt Agile, they follow this initially, but over time develop fixed ways of doing things and begin to have rationalizations that when they are doing the things on the right, they are really doing the things on the left. It takes a bit of organizational self-awareness to stay on guard against this.

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Troubleshooting Problems in the Cloud

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Introduction

Imagine that you are managing a large cloud based solution with lots of moving parts, thousands of users and fairly complicated business logic going on all the time. Now an irate customer phones into support complaining that something bad happened. Sometimes from the explanation you can figure out what happened quite easily. Sometimes what the user described sounds completely inexplicable and impossible. Now what do you do to troubleshoot the problem?

Easy Problems

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  • From the description of the problem, the programmer goes, oh of course we should have thought of that and on reviewing the code finds and easy fix which can be deployed easily. (Too bad this doesn’t happen more often).
  • The programmer scratches his head, but carefully goes through the customer’s steps and reproduces the bug on his local system, so he can easily investigate in the debugger and solve the problem.
  • The problem is a bit of a mystery so a programmer and support analyst using GoToMeeting to watch the customer work. On watching them work, they realize what this customer is doing differently to cause the problem and then the programmer can reproduce and debug the problem.
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Sage Summit 2014

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Introduction

I’m just back from Sage Summit 2014 which was held at the Mandalay Bay Resort/Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. There were over 5200 attendees at the show, a new record for Sage. The Mandalay Bay is a huge complex and I racked up a record number of steps for GCC getting from one place to another. Las Vegas is easy to get to for most people since there are a lot of direct flights from around North America and you can find really cheap hotel accommodation near to the conference (like $29 at the Excalibur which is connected to Mandalay Bay by a free tram). The only down side to having he conference in Vegas is that smoking is still allowed in many public places, which is really annoying.

The conference had a great many guest speakers including quite a few celebrities like Magic Johnson and Jessica Alba. The convention trade show wasn’t just booths, there were also open speaking theatres that always had something interesting going on as well as the Sage Innovation Lab Exhibit.

There were a great many product breakout sessions as well as a large number of breakout sessions on general business and technology topics. The intent was to make Sage Summit a place to come to for a lot more than just learning new technical details about your Sage product, or promoting new add-ons for you to purchase. A lot of customers attending the show told me that it was these general…

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Evicting Users from Sage 300 ERP

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Introduction

Generally Sage 300 ERP is used in a multi-user environment where users could be distributed across a large building or located in many different sites. Further Sage 300 ERP uses a concurrent licensing model for users, so if you have 10 Lanpaks then 10 people can login at once; however, it doesn’t matter which ten people it is.

Often companies save a bit of money by buying fewer Lanpaks than users of the product. Perhaps a clerk works the early shift of 7-3 and then when they go home a Financial Accountant runs some Financial Reports. But what happens if that clerk doesn’t sign off? What if they work at home and aren’t answering their phone? Now the Financial Accountant gets a message that all the Lanpaks are in use and can’t get their work done.

Evicting Users

To solve this problem Sage 300 ERP 2014 Product Update 2 will be introducing an Evict Users feature. Previously we provided a detailed list of everyone in the system and what they are doing which I blogged on here.  Now you can also kick them out of the system to recover the Lanpak for someone else to use.

From the Current Users screen there is now a push button to “Sign Out Selected Users”. You then get a dialog with a dire warning and are requested to enter the admin password and confirm to kick out the desired user.

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Wearable Devices and Sports

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Introduction

I happen to be on holiday this week on the Sunshine Coast (in BC, not Aus). I’ve doing a lot of running and cycling so I thought I would blog a bit on how new devices like GPS watches, step counters and Phone Apps are helping track sports. I have a Garmin GPS watch and an iPhone 4s. So what can I do with these and what is the potential as these devices improve?

The GCC

This year Sage is again participating in the GCC (the Get the World Moving Coporate Challenge). Basically you form teams of 7 co-workers and each of you wears a pedometer for the duration of the event. You then enter your steps, meters swam and km cycled into the website each day.

You then are tracked as you walk around the world and compete with other teams, either generally, within your company or within your area. The website is quite good, provides lots of useful information and tips on how to improve your health and fitness levels.

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To do this tracking just requires a pedometer and their website. No other high tech gadgetry required. It will be interesting to see if more low tech solutions like this one (though the web site and pedometer are both fairly sophisticated) or solutions requiring more hardware like smart watches and extra devices will become the norm.

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Apple Mobile Trends

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Introduction

With Apple’s WWDC conference just wrapping up, I thought it might be a good time to meditate on a few of the current trends in the mobile world. I think the patent wars are sorting themselves out as Google and Apple settle and we are seeing a lot more competitive copying. Apple added a lot of features that competitors have had for a while as well as adding a few innovations unique to Apple.

The competitive fervor being shown in both the Google and Apple mobile camps is impressive and making it very hard for any other system to keep up.

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Cloud Storage

Apple has had the iCloud for a while now, but with this version we are really seeing Apple leverage this. When Google introduced the Chromebook they used this video to show the power of keeping things in the Web. This idea has been copied somewhat by Microsoft. But now Apple has taken this to the next level by allowing you to continue from device to device seamlessly, so you can easily start an e-mail on your phone and then continue working on it on your MacBook. No having to e-mail things to yourself, it all just seamlessly works.

Apple also copied some ideas from Google Drive and DropBox to allow copying files across non-Apple devices like Windows as well as sharing documents between applications. So now this is all a bit more seamless. It’s amazing how much free cloud storage you can get by having Google,…

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More Thoughts on Security

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Introduction

Last week I blogged on some security topics that were prompted by the Heartbleed security hole. Heartbleed was hot while it lasted, but in the end most servers were quickly patched and not a lot of damage was reported. Now this last week Heartbleed was completely pushed aside by the latest Internet Explorer security vulnerability. A lot of the drama of this problem was caused by speculation on whether Microsoft would fix it for Windows XP. Although the problem existed in all versions of Windows and IE, it was assumed that Microsoft would fix it fairly quickly for new versions of Windows, but leave Windows XP vulnerable.

The IE Problem

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer has had a history of problems with letting rogue web sites take over people’s computers by downloading and executing nasty code. The first cases of this was that IE would run ActiveX controls, which basically are compiled programs downloaded to your computer and then run in the Browser’s process space. These led to all sorts of malicious programs and viruses. First Microsoft tried to make ActiveX controls “signed” by a trusted company, but generally these caused so many problems that people have to be very careful which ActiveX controls to allow.

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Google Mobile Trends

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Introduction

In a previous blog I talked about Apple’s mobile directions following their annual developer’s conference. This past week Google help their annual I/O developer’s conference in San Francisco. So it seems like a good time to comment on Google’s mobile trends. There is a lot of similarity between Apple and Google’s directions. But there are also differences since each company has a slightly different view on what direction to take. Both companies are very large and have their hands in a lot of pies. As a consequence their announcements tend to be quite diverse and it’s interesting to see how they try to unify them all.

New Android

Like Apple announced a new version of iOS, so too Google announced a new version of Android namely “L”. I don’t know what happened to the cute code names like Kit Kat or Ice Cream Sandwich, but “L” it is. One big feature they’ve added is 64 Bit support. Apple recently introduced 64 Bit processors in their latest phones and now Google devices can catch up. This means that most new higher end phones are now all going to sport 64 Bit quad core processors. This is an amazing amount of computing power in such tiny devices.

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Using the Sage 300 .Net Helper APIs

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Introduction

The main purpose of our .Net API is to access our Business Logic Views which I’ve blogged on in these articles:

An Introduction to the Sage 300 ERP .Net API
Starting to Program the Sage 300 ERP Views in .Net
Composing Views in the Sage 300 ERP .Net API
Using the Sage 300 ERP View Protocols with .Net
Using Browse Filters in the Sage 300 ERP .Net API
Using the Sage 300 .Net API from ASP.Net MVC
Error Reporting in Sage 300 ERP
Sage 300 ERP Metadata
Sage 300 ERP Optional Fields

However there are a number of simple things that you need to do repeatedly which would be a bit of a pain to use the Views every time to do these. So in our .Net API we provide a number of APIs that give you efficient quick mechanisms to access things like company, fiscal calendar and currency information.

With Sage Summit 2014 just a few weeks away (you can still register here), I can’t pre-empt any of the big announcements here in my blog (as much as I’d like to), so perhaps a bit of an easier .Net article instead. For many these examples are fairly simple, but I’m always getting requests for source code, and I happen to have a test program that exercises these APIs that I can provide as an examples. This program was to help ensure and debug these APIs for our 64 Bit/Unicode version which might indicate why it tends to print rather a strange selection of fields from some of the…

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SEOS

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Introduction

Sage ERP Online Services (SEOS) was a system developed alongside the online/cloud versions of Sage 200 ERP (UK) and Sage Morano ERP (Spain). The purpose of this was to provide a number of common sets of functionalities for all Sage online applications such as creating new tenants and users, managing audit logs, managing cloud credentials and managing cloud resources. The system also handled common functions such as integration to the various Sage billing systems. Although SEOS was originally developed as part of the Sage 200 and Sage Morano online projects, it was always intended to be a general tool used by all Sage cloud products. SEOS has been in successful production with both Sage 200 and Sage Morano for some time now, it is now being adopted by various other Sage cloud products both in Europe and in North America.

A lot of what SEOS does is behind the scenes and customers and partners generally don’t see it as a separate service. But I thought it might be of interest to people to know what is or will be going on behind the scenes in our various cloud products. This article is just talking about SEOS in general and doesn’t make any claims as to which will be the next product to adopt SEOS or any timelines for such adoption. But for people using Sage 200 or Sage Morano, they probably already have some experience using the SEOS portal.

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Sage Inventory Advisor Demo for Sage 300 ERP ACCPAC

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Introducing Sage Inventory Advisor for Sage 300 ERP ACCPAC. This 15 minutes video is a comprehensive introduction and demo to the Sage Inventory Advisor for …

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Crm Erp – Sage ERP V6 – Provida Pty Ltd

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Sage 300 ERP Accpac Tutorial Scheduling Recurring Transactions Reminders2

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How to Enter Cash Receipts into ACCPAC

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Sage 300 ERP Payroll Setup (formerly Accpac)

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Enhanced payroll security features are available in Sage 300 ERP (formerly Sage erp accpac) Payroll Setup. For more information, please visit www.acutedata.com.

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Drive the Conversation – ACCPAC

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ACCPAC Awareness.

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Install Accpac 5.4

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Create Orders using Greytrix Apparel for Sage Accpac ERP

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Sage ACCPAC v6.0 Year End Processing

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Year End Process for Sage ACCPAC v6.0 by www.Arabesque.com.kw ACCPAC Partner in Kuwait.

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Sage 300 ERP Using Purchase Orders for Non-Inventory Items

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GL Rollups in Sage 300 ERP (Accpac)

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Sage Web Chat for May with Calvin O’Driscoll – Hot keys in Accpac and Bank Reconciliation

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AR Inquiry in Sage 300 ERP (Accpac)

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How to Reverse Payments in Accounts Payable

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This video shows you how to reverse payments in the Accounts Payable module of Sage 300 ERP.

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Conclusion 2 min Sage 300 ERP 2012 formerly Sage erp accpac Cscompthai

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Sage erp accpac v6: Industry-leading ERP architecture

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