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So, now I have to put payments in great plains via econnect.  In this process they want me to input the info for ETF stuff.  I'll have the routing and bank account numbers.  How do I update this info for the vendor each time I have a payment that goes in?  I've gotten it to add a payment and a vendor just fine. I just need to figure out how to setup this account info for EFT and what to put in the checkbookID of the payment. 

 

Is the payment checkbookID the account for the vendor or the account for my company? 

As I type this email, I'm thinking that it sounds just as confused as I really am.... :|

 

Brad

HI, I have used the taPMTransactionInsert schema eConnect9.0 to insert new Invoice PM to Dynamic GP9.0 using ASP.NET 2.0 successfully. It's working fine. I could able to see the newly inserted invoice in PM10000 and PM00400 tables. I have used the next voucher number value from NTVCHNUM field in PM40100 table to add in the header.VCHNUMWK so that I do not have to auto-generate the voucher number everytime I add new invoice from the webform into the GP.

My problem arise when multiple user try to add new invoice. Since all the concurrent users use the same Next Voucher Number in thier webform on Page load, it throws an error when submitting as only one user could able to enter the invoice and rest user acknowledge this as 'voucher already exist". So, is there any way that the same model works in the multiple user. What happens if I do not provide hearder.VCHNUMWK and does the GP automatically append the next voucher number from the PM00100 and update in the PM10000 table. Please help me. Thanks

 

PMTransactionType pmTrxType = new PMTransactionType();

taPMTransactionInsert header = new taPMTransactionInsert();

taPMDistribution_ItemsTaPMDistribution[] dists = new taPMDistribution_ItemsTaPMDistribution[2];

 

                header.VCHNUMWK = "VCH000111222";

                header.DOCTYPE = 1;

                header.TRXDSCRN = "My trx comment";

                header.BACHNUMB = "ECONNECT";

                header.DOCDATE = "04/12/2017";

                header.VENDORID = "ADVANCED0001";

                header.DOCNUMBR = "12345";

                header.PRCHAMNT = 50.00M;

                header.CHRGAMNT = 50.00M;

                header.DOCAMNT = 50.00M;

                header.CREATEDIST = 0;

 

taPMDistribution_ItemsTaPMDistribution payablesDist = new taPMDistribution_ItemsTaPMDistribution();

                payablesDist.VCHRNMBR = "VCH000111222";

                payablesDist.DOCTYPE = 1;

                payablesDist.VENDORID = "ADVANCED0001";

                payablesDist.ACTNUMST = "000-2100-00";

                payablesDist.DISTTYPE = 2;

                payablesDist.CRDTAMNT = 50.00M;

 

                dists[0] = payablesDist;

 

taPMDistribution_ItemsTaPMDistribution purchDist = new taPMDistribution_ItemsTaPMDistribution();

                purchDist.VCHRNMBR = "VCH000111222";

                purchDist.DOCTYPE = 1;

                purchDist.VENDORID = "ADVANCED0001";

                purchDist.ACTNUMST = "500-6150-00";

                purchDist.DISTTYPE = 6;

                purchDist.DEBITAMT = 50.00M;

 

                dists[1] = purchDist;

 

                pmTrxType.taPMTransactionInsert = header;

                pmTrxType.taPMDistribution_Items = dists;

 

                eConnectType eConnect = new eConnectType();

                PMTransactionType[] myTrans = { pmTrxType };

                eConnect.PMTransactionType = myTrans;

 

                // serialize to a memory stream.

                XmlSerializer serializer = new XmlSerializer(eConnect.GetType());

                MemoryStream memStream = new MemoryStream();

                serializer.Serialize(memStream, eConnect);

                memStream.Position = 0;

 

                // read from the memory stream to a string variable to pass to the eConnect API.

                string xml = "";

                XmlTextReader xmlreader = new XmlTextReader(memStream);

                while (xmlreader.Read())

                    xml = xml + xmlreader.ReadOuterXml();

                memStream.Close();

 

                eConnectMethods eConCall = new eConnectMethods();

                string cnString = @"data source=.\GP10;integrated security=SSPI;initial catalog=TWO";

                bool result;

 

                result = eConCall.eConnect_EntryPoint(cnString, EnumTypes.ConnectionStringType.SqlClient, xml, EnumTypes.SchemaValidationType.None, "");

                MessageBox.Show("Done");

 

Hello all

Menus for Visual Studio Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0 has been released to PartnerSource and CustomerSource.

Please see my blog post below for more information and download links:

http://blogs.msdn.com/developingfordynamicsgp/archive/2008/09/23/menus-for-visual-studio-tools-the-wait-is-over.aspx

Please feel free to post comments on the blog.

Enjoy

David Musgrave [MSFT]
Escalation Engineer - Microsoft Dynamics GP
Microsoft Dynamics Support - Asia Pacific

Microsoft Dynamics (formerly Microsoft Business Solutions)
http://www.microsoft.com/Dynamics

http://blogs.msdn.com/DevelopingForDynamicsGP

Any views contained within are my personal views and not necessarily Microsoft policy.
This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.  

If you develop for VS Tools, you need this:

http://blogs.msdn.com/developingfordynamicsgp/archive/2008/09/23/menus-for-visual-studio-tools-the-wait-is-over.aspx

 This brilliant piece of code was developed by David Musgrave from Microsoft, it allows you to add items to the menu bar in Dynamics. In other words, you can have Cards > Sales > MyCustomForm.

Way, way cool. Nice work, Dave.