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Look in table DBUPDATE.
You may be able to change the version numbers there.
Have you tried including the dictionary in the set fie and running utilities?
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Thanks for the response.
The error I got was while running GP Utilities.
However, I've worked out the problem. The Test company was created after GP was upgraded to 2010 SP3 and while the VAT Daybook was not installed.
If I remove the Test company, the install of VAT Daybook works fine, so I'll delete and remove the Test company and recreate it after the VAT Daybook has been added.
Run the following scripts to reinstall/reinitialize the module (this will remove all data for this module):
Delete DYNAMICS..DB_Upgrade where PRODID = 3096
Delete DYNAMICS..DU000020 where PRODID = 3096
Delete DYNAMICS..DU000030 where PRODID = 3096
Run against Dynamics:
Drop Table EDCVAT10
Drop Table EDCVAT19
Last you need to run the following drop scripts against each company you need to reinstall the module for:
Drop Table EDCVAT06
Drop Table EDCVAT18