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The ability to attach documents to record level notes in the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2 application has been done as OLE objects. This functionality has been replaced with the Document Attachment Functionality. This functionality will allow users to attach documents to the notes that will be stored directly in the Microsoft SQL Server Database.
The Migration Utility runs as a separate application and can be obtained from PartnerSource/CustomerSource. The utility will allow existing users to migrate the files that have already been attached to Notes using the existing OLE functionality into the new Document Attach functionality.
I found the utility here: Found it on the page you originally listed. It's a busy page, so I missed it on my first reading. mbs.microsoft.com/.../MDGP2013_PatchReleases
Where can I download the utility ( OLENoteMaintenance.exe )? It's not in my GP2013 R2 directories.
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