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Microsoft Dynamics Great Plains Table-Colums definition & configuration for v9 and v10

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We have Dynamics GP 9 and 10.  Where can we download tech info of the tables? That is a PDF or Document that can explain the columns and possible values?

For example, to know the BatchStatus value (0,1,2, etc.) and what does it mean or possible vlaues
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Some of this you can find on my blog.  For example, here you can see a list of the batch statuses: http://victoriayudin.com/gp-tables/companysystem-tables/.  For a more complete listing, you can install the SDK from the GP installation media (it is under Tools).  There are some additional resources listed here: http://victoriayudin.com/gp-tables/.
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Yes thank you very much, very informative.

What is SDK?
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It stands for Software Developer Kit - it's a collection of information about tables, transaction flows, etc. that you can install.  
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Does it identify columns and what are they for, like 'batch status', 'transaction type', etc.?
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by:Victoria Yudin
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Most likely it will not identify everything like this that you are looking for, at least that has been my experience.  Especially for modules that are not so widely used.  But it will have a lot of the information, so it is typically a good start.
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Ok Thanx!... any other references, PDF or links you think we should look into?
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There are some additional resources listed here: http://victoriayudin.com/gp-tables/.

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Thanx we just downloaded them.  But beside your personal links, do you of any from Microsoft or other Partners you work with (we would like to gather as much info as possible)
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The links at the bottom of that page are to other blogs, including some from Microsoft employees, not to my blog.
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Yes Thank you very much!!
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Thanx
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by:Abdulmalek_Hamsho
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I'm sorry, it seems I'm late. Refer to this link:

http://www.dynamiccommunities.com/recordings/polinotable2.xls
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Thanx, we'll check it out!
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