This week on the Dynamics GP blog roundup:

  • Dynamics GP credit cards
  • Fiscal period modifier tool no longer needed?
  • Dynamics GP – clear activity in bank management – delete from CBEU1020
  • How to set up password change reminders in Dynamics GP

Dynamics GP credit cards

On the iSolutions blog, Tracy Brinkman discussed setting up and using credit cards in Dynamics GP.

In her blog post, Brinkman explained that that you can't enter a payment or deposit received from a customer or record a payment to a vendor via a credit card, unless you've set up your company credit cards that you can process as a credit card merchant.

She also explained how to track information about credit cards that are accepted from customers and cards that are used by your company.

The same card can be used for both purposes. Use the Credit Card Setup window to set up information about each of the credit cards that your company uses.

You can read more about setting up and using credit cards in Dynamics GP here.

Fiscal period modifier tool no longer needed?

On the Dynamics GP Support and Services Blog, Adam Gaber stated that the team often hears from customers who want to change their fiscal period setup to take into consideration a short or long year to transition from a traditional calendar year or vice versa.

In his blog post, Gaber stated that if the change only pertains to current open years, you can do this pretty easily by simply using the fiscal period setup window. Otherwise, you could have used the PSTL (Professional Service Tools Library) tool to do this.

However, now that the Reverse Historical Year feature has been included since Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2(12.00.1745) release, most customers have an alternative.

You can find out what the alternative is here.

Dynamics GP – clear activity in bank management – delete from CBEU1020

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