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Macola ES 9.5.400

Macola ES 9.5.400

Macola ES 9.5.400

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Good evening all....

Anyone install this beast yet?

I'm not about to dive in head first on this based on my experience updating to 9.5.200......although I do see our friends at Exact acknowledged this as a problem in the release notes for 9.5.400

Thanks

Jen
 

RE: Macola ES 9.5.400

Several customers running it - some as soon as it was released; mix of ES and ES/Synergy.  No problems to report so far.

Peter Shirley
Macola Consultant, PA and surrounding states.
http://www.erpessentials.com

RE: Macola ES 9.5.400

I have one problem.  The POP order notes in the PPLINCMT table are not visible from with ES.  The records are there if you look at the raw data in SQL. I just opened this incident with Exact late today (Thursday 6/24) and do not have a resolution yet.  I will keep you posted.

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RE: Macola ES 9.5.400

Peter

Sorry to attach on to this thread, but in a previous thread you wrote

Agree with you on the aging reports.  If customers and resellers can produce versions that run quickly and accurately, Exact should be able to as well..The nature of the tables (gbkmut, banktransctions etc.) accentuate performance problems in SQL and there are a number of things you can configure on your SQL server that will offset the problems caused by long running queries.They are too lengthy to go into here, but I'd be happy to forward you some suggestions.  

I'd be interested in any suggestions you have

Thanks,

Mariestel Salas  

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