Warning:" Earlier processing was not completed."
In Sage 300, you will see this message when you log in if any user has executed a task that did not complete properly. This usually happens when importing/exporting records in Sage 300. Note that all users will see this message when the log on to Sage 300 regardless of who had executed the original incomplete task. This usually does not indicate a serious problem and can, in most cases, be safely ignored. The message can only be cleared by a user who has admin rights in Sage 300. To clear this message, follow the steps outlined in this article: https://support.na.sage.com/selfservice/viewContent.do?externalId=20155&sliceId=1
Sage - New Fiscal Year
Log into the database with a user with Sage 300 ERP admin rights. Double-click on Common Services. Double-click Fiscal Calendar. Select the appropriate year. Double-click on the field Unlock Column for the period to be unlocked. Repeat step 5 for ...
Sage Intelligence Report Manager Error - ActiveX component Cannot create object
Error: "ActiveX component Cannot create object" when starting Report Manager from a workstation When starting Sage Intelligence Report Manager on a Sage 300 ERP workstation, the following error message may appear: "ActiveX component cannot create ...
SQL Database Recovery Pending
** Note: Before attempting any of the below, verify that: -No low/no storage space issues on the drive storing the database -No issues with the services related to SQL -No recent reboots of the SQL/host server -No hardware failure/issues -No issues ...
Remote Desktop DPI Scaling Fix
Problem Description: Small text, icons, and menus are displayed when users connect to their office computer or the RDS server using Remote Desktop. Solution: The steps need to be completed on the main/personal computer and not the remote/office ...
QuickBooks Desktop - Fields display black instead of white
Problem After using QuickBooks Desktop for some time, some of the fields display black. Solution Intuit recommends more than one solution for this problem. The first solution may solve your problem, or you may need to try all of them to resolve the ...