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What is the purpose of DYNAMICS.DBO.gpCustomerPOSetup? I just completed a GP 2013 to GP 2018 R2 upgrade and I watched as a user was sitting on the SOP Transaction Entry screen and went to the Sales Customer Detail Entry screen. As soon as the user entered a PO number and tried to move off this field they would get a message about this table not existing. Upon checking in SSMS it was indeed missing so I created and populated it. The bigger question is what is the purpose of this table? They would not get this message if they entered a PO number on the SOP Transaction Entry screen.
It is a system table for the Professional Services Tools Library (PSTL).
'gpCustomerPOSetup' is the physical, display and technical name of that table.
If you have PSTL installed, it could be a procedure is running and making a check of this table, but not finding it, thus the error.
Thank you, Derek. I always include PSTL as part of every GP installation. Somehow it did not get created in this case.
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