Why does the DMU not doing anything on my DYNAMICS system DB ?

What the heck is the DMU you might ask ? DMU stands for Dynamics Maintenance Utility and is provided out-of-the-box by Microsoft when you install the GP client (or at least it was until it was gone missing in the 2018 R2 image.. see more here) In essence, this is what the GP administration guide... Continue Reading →

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Why you should be excited about the new GPPT build 26!

Today I had a chat with @David Musgrave, the brain behind GP Power Tools (aka GPPT), which he completely overhauled back in 2015 after he was let go by Microsoft and regained control over the former Support Debugging Tool (aka SDT). David mentioned to me some of the good ideas he recently had turned into... Continue Reading →

How to quickly clone an Azure VM ?

I have been using Microsoft's Cloud infrastructure (aka Azure) for a while now by using a monthly free credit that expires every month-end.. That credit being not very big, you have to be very careful about the resource usage, otherwise it's going to burn thru you small ca$h in no time and suspend your account..... Continue Reading →

Recap about GP Tech Conference 2018

So this week was all about GP Tech Conference in Fargo, and sadly I couldn't attend due to other scheduling conflicts. However, some good friend & MVP's have been there and reported their journey thru their respective blog posts.. Grab a cup of coffee (or Tea 🙂 ) or a glass of Wine and read... Continue Reading →

Using the PowerShell MVP module

To all my Dynamics GP #MVP buddies out there.. this time of the year where you have to submit your activities to Microsoft, since they are now all due for March 31st as deadline (don’t wait the last minute!). This set of PowerShell scripts is going to help if you have a long list to enter.
Enjoy and looking forward to see most of you in Seattle from March 4th to 8th for the annual MVP Summit 2018.
Until next time..

>_

The renewal season is opened and it’s time to use the PowerShell module designed to interact with the Microsoft MVP websiteFrançois-Xavier Cat and I released last year when the Microsoft MVP Rest API was made available.

François-Xavier already published some very useful posts and demoed how to use the MVP module for:

This year, I only used the module to insert and review my contributions.
To start using the module, you basically need to install the module, import it and set your subscription key with the function. See first the following post from François-Xavier to achieve these steps.

Now I’d like to show you some code snippets I used along this contributions submission process.

First, I needed to find what contribution I submitted last year and filter out what PGI I attended.
To quickly do that I used:

I first get…

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