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With the upcoming release of the 2015 U.S. Year End Update for Microsoft Dynamics GP, we wanted to get all of our table and column changes in one place. If any changes are made after this is posted, we will update this blog with the cumulative changes.
Existing 2015 U.S. Year End Update Table Changes for Microsoft Dynamics GP2015 Only:
UPR10100 – New Column: W2Published
Existing 2015 U.S. Year End Update Table Changes for Microsoft Dynamics GP2013 and Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015
PM00204 – New Column: TEN99FATCAFILEREQ
BE010130 – New Column: LowestCostPremium
BE020230 – New Column: LowestCostPremium
UPR00905 – New Column: LowestCostPremium
UPR10110 – New Column: LowestCostPremium
UPR10100 – New Column: PayerKind
UPR40100 – New Column: PayerKind
Be sure to check back to the 2015 Year-End Blog Schedule page to review current and upcoming blog posts and other helpful resource links related to Year-End Closing for Dynamics GP.
Thank you! Lance Koplin | SR Support Engineer | Microsoft Dynamics GP
I am in the middle of an upgrade and received an error on table UPR00905
I deleted the table and continued with the upgrade.
I would like to know why I received an error on this table.
I also received an error on table UPR00905 when upgrading to GP2015 with the year-end update.
I also received an error on PM00204, UPR00100, UPR00905, PM40100, & SY00500.
Got around them by extracting data, resetting DU0030 status to 15 for those tables, recreating tables via maintenance--sql in gp & then re-importing old data. I did a practice run on an earlier version and did not get those errors. Funny thing though is that it only happened on one company database out of 8 companies ( the primary company in use )