Add GL code to any record (this will let you see the set up in excel and keep your record layout)
Click the export record details button (with Excel open):
Go to your excel spreadsheet and paste
GL codes appear in the C column
You can then add your GL codes
Information on how to preform a Data Archive in SAP v.8.8 attached PDF file
- What Data Is Archived?
- How to Prepare for Data Archiving
- Simulating Data Archive Runs
- Archiving Data
- Searching Transactions across Multiple Data Archive Runs
- Copyrights, Trademarks, and Disclaimers
If the exchange movements are appearing on your P&L report although you have not entered any,
New Features Added to Forecast 5
Add bad debts option as % of debtors
Add Australian depreciation and default settings
Display date range in new consolidation window
What if menu change the save as new budget to
“save what if as budget “
And add “save as a new forecast” which effectively saves the forecast as a new forecast and leave the original in place
Stock and Debtors financing record
Issues resolved in current release
When trying to start Sage Manufacturing you get the message
An error occured trying to create a new SQL database on server .\SAGEL50. The error raised was: [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server]To connect to this server you must use SQL Server Management Stuido or SQL Server Management Objects (SMO).
For versions earlier than 2.0.135
When the Forecast5 database becomes bigger, there may have some performance issues that caused a prolonged time to open a forecast
We can fix this by running the following SQL commands (assuming default SQL server and database names) in the client’s database without an upgrade.
When Forecast 5 does not close properly occasionally it will still think the User is logged on.
To log back into your Forecasts please follow the steps below:
You will be taken to the log in screen, press cancel
Backup Open the SQL Server Management Studio
Right click on the Forecast 5 Database. Select
Tasks > Backup..
When opening Forecast 5 you might recieve the following error:
There is already an object named 'StringToFloat' in the database.
To get back look under the
Forecast_V2 database, my user had its default schema set to “DB_Owner”, not “dbo”. Changing it back to dbo allowed me in.
Follow these steps to remove HTML tags on fields using Crystal Reports
Right click on the field then select Format Field
On the paragraph tab under text interpretation select "HTML Text" then click "OK"