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Denise Hartman

Denise Hartman
Denise has a B.S. in Business Administration from Millersville University, and an M.B.A. from Loyola University of Maryland and has been working at RKL eSolutions as a Sage Enterprise Management Engineer since 2007. Her main focus is on integrations between third party systems and Sage Enterprise Management. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her husband and adult twin daughters, who are both accountants.

Recent Posts

Sage X3 Open Source

  There has been a lot of buzz about the transformation in Sage X3 to use some new technologies for their development and interface.  After attending the Sage X3 Partner Summit in Dubai in April, it is exciting as a developer to hear direction they .

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Tagged With: Sage X3

Integration Options with Sage X3

Overview When integrating with external systems to Sage X3, there are several options available. Transactions and common data can be imported by using Sage X3 Objects published as web services or by using import templates. Additionally, custom .

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Tagged With: ERP Integration, Sage X3

Sage Expense Integrator

  Sage Expense Connector The RKL Expense Connector includes a series of tools which make A/P Automation with Concur or Certify Expense fully integrated with your ERP system.  The connector provides a seamless integration between Concur Expense, .

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Sage X3 Web Services Troubleshooting

Sage X3 Web Services Aren't Working There are times where Sage X3 web services will not work, or will stop working. Below are some useful tips that can be followed to troubleshoot, and get web services up and running again. Tip 1 – Changes to Entry .

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Tagged With: Sage X3

Crystal Report Generation and Overrides from Sage X3 4GL

In Sage X3, Crystal Reports can be generated from code, including passing parameters as variables to the Crystal Report, and defining the output location of the report. This can be useful in generating reports with different parameters on the fly, .

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Tagged With: Crystal Reports, Sage X3

5 Days of Sage X3 Web Services (Day 5)

Calling a Sage X3 Subprogram From asp.net This is the final part of a 5 part series on creating and consuming Sage X3 Web Services. This post will focus on calling an X3 subprogram that has been exposed as a web service. To browse other posts in the .

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Tagged With: Sage X3, Web Services

5 Days of Sage X3 Web Services (Day 4)

Calling a Sage X3 Object From ASP.NET This is part 4 of a 5 part series on creating and consuming web services for Sage X3. This post will focus on calling an Sage X3 Object from ASP.NET that has been exposed as a web service. To review previous .

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Tagged With: Sage X3, Web Services

5 Days of Sage X3 Web Services (Day 3)

Testing Web Services This is part 3 of a 5 part series on creating and consuming web services for Sage X3. This part will focus on testing web services. To browse other posts in the series, click any of the links below: Day 1 – Setting up X3 Web .

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Tagged With: Sage X3, Web Services

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