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1  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / System Manager / Re: Problem with SM-S-A
 on: 11/08/17 at 14:01:42 
Started by gtladmin | Post by gtladmin
Anybody?  It's probably something DUH I've forgotten to do...
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2  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / Sales / Closed AR account on Aging Report
 on: 11/07/17 at 12:47:08 
Started by JereC | Post by JereC
I have an account that is closed and paid in full but it still shows up in the aging report.  How do I fix this?
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3  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / Installation / Re: time needed to install updates?
 on: 11/06/17 at 16:16:10 
Started by Laura Oliver | Post by prophet
It's always difficult to make a guess as to how long a update will take as there are many factors that can prolong a update. Hardware, the amount of  data you have in the system, how regularly you keep up with updates. I agree with btaylor, in that 2-3 hours is aggressive seeing as how you are on a much older ISTECH update and you missed some updates that restructured some pretty big files, throw in the mix the archiving that this latest update does and it can be a long one. I would recommend you do not update during the week and instead choose to do it on a Friday afternoon after everyone has left or even on a weekend. Make sure you make a full backup of the DBAMFG or EVO folder before you start, make sure users are not in the system. Of coarse you can also if you are interested contact ISTECH and they can for a fee update your system for you.
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4  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / Installation / Re: time needed to install updates?
 on: 11/06/17 at 10:28:27 
Started by Laura Oliver | Post by btaylor
2-3 hours seems aggressive, especially given how far back your version goes. A lot of large tables are going to have to be rebuilt/reindexed. Also the most recent update will automatically archive closed SOs and WOs so if that is something you don't do regularly it is going to add A LOT of time. I knew about the SOs prior to installing so I archived chunks of those slowly over the course of a few evenings prior to updating but I didn't know about the WOs. The last update took me about 6 hours (and we were current on version to that point).
 
Save your self some time by archiving all closed SOs and WOs through the end of 2016 before installing. Even doing this though I would think it is going to take at least 6-7 hours with the tables that have to be touched. I should note my time was based on me doing it from my PC in my office on a Saturday. I didn't install directly on the server so that would have shortened it up a bit if I did.
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5  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / Installation / time needed to install updates?
 on: 11/06/17 at 09:22:28 
Started by Laura Oliver | Post by Laura Oliver
How much time to install upgrades...... to do upgrade?  Hours?  
 
We are on version 2004.1 w/8-2012 ISTECH update  and would like to upgrade to the latest. DBA/Evo 2017.2 Update Released.   We have Windows Server 2008 and  (9) workstations.   How long should this take?   I would like to do it late in the afternoon but I am afraid I would run out of time and not be able to get tech help from Pacific Time.  
 
I am hoping I can do this in 2 or 3 hours?
 
 
Thanks,
Laura  
 
 
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6  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / Sales / Re: Alerts on notes from Copied Sales Orders
 on: 11/02/17 at 11:42:40 
Started by gtladmin | Post by gtladmin
I believe the alerts are in the AR Record itself not in the sales order.  They get tied to the sales order when it is created. But if sales copies that sales order to create a new one, the alert does not get tied to it.
 
We are fairly to date, my signature shows the build and we last ran patches beginning of October (we do monthly).
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7  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / System Manager / Add more than 1 linked doc in SM-S-A
 on: 11/02/17 at 10:13:13 
Started by gtladmin | Post by gtladmin
Any way to get the ability to add more than one linked document for something in SM-S-A?  We have two different types of T and Cs for sales based on either a product or a service.  Management wants both printed each time for Acks, quotes, and invoices.  I can only add one of them.  ISO has them separated for some reason, so I am reluctant to combine them.
 
Need the ability to link more than one document.  
 
Thanks,
 
Val
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8  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / System Manager / Problem with SM-S-A
 on: 11/02/17 at 10:10:44 
Started by gtladmin | Post by gtladmin
Adding a link to print T and C for Sales Acks and quotes and invoices.  Added the links, can use the eyeglasses to  verify doc is accessible.  When I try to print any of these and make sure print linked documents is "Y", I don't get the PDFs.  Windows has the default program for .PDFs set.  I even tried adding a global path for my PDF reader but that still does not print the PDF document.  (In reality I don't want a global path defined as we have 2 different PDF readers in use in the company).
  
What did I miss this time?  I did this same thing back about a year ago for PO's and that works, without a global path defined as it turns out.
 
 
Val
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9  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / Accounting / Re: research vendor payment  by vendor invoice nu
 on: 10/26/17 at 07:38:43 
Started by Laura Oliver | Post by prophet
If you don't have the check inquiry program then possibly using AP-I, instead of printing the aging choose to print the listing. Choose open & paid items. You can choose to print from a starting point narrowing down the time frame.  Another option is to use AP-A and look at the transactions for the vendor.
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10  Evo-ERP and DBA Classic / Accounting / Re: research vendor payment  by vendor invoice nu
 on: 10/25/17 at 14:56:50 
Started by Laura Oliver | Post by Laura Oliver
Our  AP/T-AP is a demo version and I cant get to all the fields.    cry
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