William

COM Interoperability on x64 Systems

The .Net framework gives developers the powerful option of compiling assemblies targeted for the now-standard x64 platforms or legacy x32 platforms.  This is not an issue for most modern software since the typical machine is based on 64-bit architecture and most assemblies are compatible with 64-bit systems. However, the challenge arises when compiling 64-bit assemblies … Read more

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Lauren

When State Auditors Head out of State

Reposted from Avalara Auditors are on the move. While most businesses expect (i.e., dread) to be audited by their home department of revenue, it often comes as a surprise to learn that state tax authorities routinely send auditors to, or hire auditors from, other states to capture unreported sales and use tax revenue. Some states … Read more

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Lauren

Growth activities that can be life (and tax) changing

Growth isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach. In fact, companies expend a great deal of energy and resources deciding which pursuits will move the needle the furthest toward achieving specific goals, and where to prioritize their time and investment. Oftentimes sales and use tax gets left out of this equation, especially when it doesn’t appear to directly … Read more

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William

Locking in SQL Server

Locking is a part of every SQL Server database.  It’s critical functionality and without it, we could not have multiple people working in the same database, at the same time.  It ensures data integrity, but can also cause some errors. Example: I was assisting a customer who found their Dynamics GP system was locked up … Read more

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Joe

SQL Table Copy SP

Do you ever get tired of typing ‘Select * INTO SourceTable02417 FROM SourceTable’ to make a quick backup of a SQL Sever table? I did, so here’s a quick and dirty little stored procedure to take care of that manual process. Here’s how it works: When you call this Procedure (PROC), simply use the following … Read more

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Georgia

Why Should I Upgrade My ERP System?

Technology is constantly evolving.  With each new version of Dynamics there are improvements, more efficiencies, and new features. Sometimes, there are additional new modules available. But in order to justify the time and effort and expense of an upgrade, you need to make sure the benefits of the latest and greatest are worth it. The … Read more

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