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Please verify DSN informationWith Regards,Murali Rick Tenorio [MSFT] 2007-07-05 20:58:03 UTC PermalinkRaw Message Murali,This issue is most commonly related to either the ODBC data source not beingsetup correctly, or the database No one would ever find your blog post to see if it may help them. KM That (smartlist) is awesome!!! No change.Post by bradhankinsonI'm using Solomon 5.5, SQL Server Drivers to a SQL 2005 DB and FRx 6.7.Post by Rick Tenorio [MSFT]Brad / Murali,What general ledgers are you seeing this issue http://bloggingsystemsblog.com/frx-error/frx-error-40002-37000-compile-errors.html

So, what really would prevent it from working? There may be other uses of this that I am not aware of with third party applications so beware and test this first, before you make changes like this! Each company setup in FRx would need updating to "use" the new ODBC connection so take notes of what you change in case it does not work out as planned! Using ALL CAPITAL LETTERS enter the password setup for the Systemdatabase. (I am not familiar with how this is setup in the general ledger,so you will need to contact Microsoft Business

So, there were nochanges internally in FRx regarding the Master Password, configurationdetails or permissions within Terminal Server.Just the database itself was restored. This month, some of the reports are not. I haven't gotten to the point of adding Active Directory on Azure yet, therefore I don't have a domain and can't install Management Reporter. A recent upgrade to GP2015 R2 from GP2010 we received an error referencing the FSGreatPlains61.dll file.

If I get no hits or very few results from that, I try searching for parts of it, in case there is a common core error that is more generic. You have done an outstanding job. GPConn.dll is used or can be used in other places and simply "backdating" to use an older version can easily result in breaking something else in your environment. In Microsoft FRx, click “Admin” | “Organization” from the menu bar. (Ifit asks for a Administrator password, enter it and click OK).2.

Sage Products Sage One Sage 50 Accounting Sage 100 Sage 300 Sage X3 Payroll Payments View all products Support Product Support Training Sage University Find an accounting or financial expert Support Someone is going to find that post and declare their problem not solveable and create a bunch of new logins for no reason. The more specific you are, often you get better results to fix your problem. https://www.gpug.com/communities/community-home/digestviewer/viewthread?GroupId=247&MID=22546&tab=digestviewer See you in Fargo in September?

In the System32 folder, highlight the Regsvr32.exe file and click Open. I will often go to the Partner Technical Forums next if public searching doesn't result in anything helpful, as their forum is not indexed publicly. The Solution The newest version of the GPConn.dll file installed with Dynamics GP 2015 doesn't work with FRx, which isn't a surprise since FRx isn't supported on GP 2015. I had to replace the file with one dated 10/2005 ( the install had one dated 2/2011).

If  you are an existing Customer or interested in becoming a Customer and need assistance please contact us at [email protected] Once completed you will find the original GPconn.dll in the dexterity folder. GPUG Summit 2016 - Wrap Up GPUG Summit 2016 - Day 3 GPUG Summit 2016 - Day 2 Calendar April 2015 M T W T F S S « Mar Recreate the GL Index from scratch using the steps below.

Click “Company” from the menu bar and choose “Information”.4. Your post saved me a lot of time. I am not sure if you touched on this, but in the dexterity folder, I simply renamed the GPConn.dll installed with GP 2015 to GPConn_v2015.dll (or whatever you want). I've also tried usingthe sa login that does have a strong password, so that leads me to the ODBC.When I go to the ODBC connection under the System DNS, the ODBC

B. Thank you! Other issues I ran into and the solutions: 1) We hit the compile errors issue. Make sure the login ID and password are correct and verify the settings on the System Specific Information page in Company Information." Then the supplemental details "Frx32.OFSIMain.CheckOFSIConnection. 8900: 438FrxMBSUtilObject doesn't support

Please verify DNS information."I'm a microsoft partner at a client site and the user is having the sameissue when they try to log into the database via FRx. In Microsoft FRx, click “Admin” | “Organization” from the menu bar. (Ifit asks for a Administrator password, enter it and click OK).2. I've also tried usingthe sa login that does have a strong password, so that leads me to the ODBC.When I go to the ODBC connection under the System DNS, the ODBC

Knowing the licensing changed for GP, the only thing I wondered was is the login now doing any validation on the type of user or something, that FRx wouldn't be aware

That's exactly what I need! machine name etc. Click OK and you should receive a message that the file registered successfully. DS Thank you for mentoring my team and me, and so much more… it's a real pleasure working with you.

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FRx Reporting Engine Source: FSSolIV451 Error 40002: 01000: [Microsoft][ODBC SQL Server Driver][SQL Server] The statement has been terminated. Old article but the substance is still valid. We set the FRx to run in compatibility mode Leave A Comment Click here to cancel reply. I then navigated to where the FRx software folder is installed C:\Program Files (x86)\FRx Software\FRx6.7\ Look for the FRxReg67.cmd.

If you are an end-user, the Dynamics Community forums are an equivalent place to try for help although those results will show up in search engine results too. Revising ODBC settings fixed the issue Reply Industries Education Government Health Discrete Manufacturing Hospitality and travel Retail and consumer goods For customers Small and midsize businesses Enterprise Envision Microsoft Ignite Microsoft