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Create a Custom Task in Sage 500 ERP

You created a custom Business Insights View (BIE) but now you need to grant access to users so they can start using it from their menu. In order to add the view to the menu, you must add it in the Task Editor (System Manager > Tools > Task Editor).

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Tagged With: Sage 500, SQL Server

Index Advantage, Surprise this is Relative.

If you have spent any time performance troubleshooting your SQL Server, you have probably run across Glenn Berry’s SQL diagnostic queries. In one of these, using the missing index DMVs, Glenn calculates a column called Index_Advantage. I was .

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Automate the Sage 500 ERP Daily Aging Recalculation

Sage 500 ERP Aging Recalculation Within Sage 500 ERP, there are tasks that allow you to age all of your Open Receivables and Open Payables to ensure that they are current when viewing this information on reports and explorer views throughout Sage .

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Tagged With: Sage 500, SQL Server

Write Text File Direct from Transact-SQL

There are many times that exchanging data with other systems in the supply chain might be done via text-based files (such as ASCII files, CSV files, and more). Sometimes it is to make the pertinent data available to external systems—like Microsoft® .

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Tagged With: SQL Server

SSIS Returns an Error When Importing an Excel Spreadsheet on SQL Server 2008 R2

I was working through a request from a customer to import an excel spreadsheet into SQL Server on a recurring basis. I decided to create an SSIS Package to accomplish this and then call the package from a job in SQL Server Agent. However, when I ran .

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Run a SQL Agent Job from a Windows BAT File

There is often a need for end-users to run SQL Jobs on an ad-hoc basis. This creates a security issue because we don't want to install SQL Server Management Studio on the end-user workstation and we don't want to give out Remote Desktop access to .

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Tagged With: SQL Server

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