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We're implementing Concur and running GP 2010. We have also installed and configured the Concur Expense Integrator for GP and I'm having some trouble determining the proper file format to use for the import. Concur is giving us their standard SAE file, which is 256 columns, but my understanding is that the Concur Expense Integrator is looking for a different file (77 columns, I believe).
Does anyone know the correct file format to use with Concur Expense Integrator module?
Hi Warren, did you get to the bottom of this query?
How are you finding the Concur Expense Integrator?
The SAE file (256 colums) is not the correct format. You will need to contact Concur and request the "Standard Extract File Definition for Microsoft Dynamics GP" from them. Then you will ge the 77 column .IGL or .CGL file that the Concur Expense Integrator tool for Dynamics GP is expecting.
Thanks Greg! Appreciate your help with this, as well as all of your emailed replies over the last few days.
Warren, thanks for taking my call about this too. Please do post a status update when you know more, abd I'll do the same.
I hope you are still available to help with this same topic. I received the 77 column file from Concur but I cannot figure out how to make it the format required by Concur Expense Integrator, the .igl or .cgl
I keep getting the run around from Concur. They are telling me I have to convert it but I do not know how to. I hope you can help
I know that I'm reacting on a very old post but, did you manage to configure it successfully? If yes then could you please share with me the steps as I want to configure it for GP 2015?
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