How to re-create stored procedures for a company database and for the DYNAMICS database for Manufacturing in Microsoft Dynamics GP


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This article describes how to re-create stored procedures for a company database and for the DYNAMICS database for Manufacturing in Microsoft Dynamics GP.

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Microsoft Dynamics GP 9.0

How to re-create stored procedures for a company database and for the DYNAMICS database

  1. Make sure that all users are logged off Microsoft Dynamics GP.
  2. Back up the DYNAMICS database and all the company databases.
  3. Use one of the following methods to start a query tool:
    • If you are running Microsoft SQL Server 2000, click Start, point to All Programs, click Microsoft SQL Server, and then click Query Analyzer.
    • If you are running Microsoft SQL Server 2005, click Start, point to All Programs, click Microsoft SQL Server 2005, and then click SQL Server Management Studio.
  4. Click File, and then click Open. Open the Procs.cmp file. The following folder is the default folder for the Procs.cmp file:
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics\GP \SQL\Install\346\Company
  5. Click Edit, and then click Replace.
  6. In the Find what box, type %SysDBName%.
  7. In the Replace with box, type DYNAMICS, and then click Replace All.
  8. Run the script for each company database. To do this, click the green arrow button. Or, press F5.
  9. Click File, and then click Open. Open the Dexprocs.cmp file. The following folder is the default folder for the Dexprocs.cmp file:
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics\GP \SQL\Install\346\Company
  10. Run the script for each company database. To do this, click the green arrow button. Or, press F5.
  11. In the Database list, click DYNAMICS.
  12. Click File, and then click Open. Open the Procs.sys file. The following folder is the default folder for the Procs.cmp file:
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics\GP \SQL\Install\346\System
  13. Run the script. To do this, click the green arrow button. Or, press F5.
  14. Click File, and then click Open. Open the Procs.sys file. The following folder is the default folder for the Dexprocs.sys file:
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics\GP \SQL\Install\346\System
  15. Run the script. To do this, click the green arrow button. Or, press F5.

Versions that are earlier than Microsoft Dynamics GP 9.0

How to re-create stored procedures for a company database and for the DYNAMICS database

  1. Make sure that all users are logged off Microsoft Business Solutions - Great Plains.
  2. Back up the DYNAMICS database and all the company databases.
  3. Use one of the following methods to start a query tool:
    • If you are running SQL Server 2000, click Start, point to All Programs, click Microsoft SQL Server, and then click Query Analyzer.
    • If you are running SQL Server 2005, click Start, point to All Programs, click Microsoft SQL Server 2005, and then click SQL Server Management Studio.
  4. In the Database list, click the company database for which you want to re-create the stored procedure.
  5. Click File, and then click Open.
  6. In the Open Query File window, click Mfgprocs.cmp. The following folder is the default folder for the Mfgprocs.cmp file:
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Business Solutions\Great Plains\Sql\Company
  7. Run the script for each company database. To do this, click the green arrow button. Or, press F5.
  8. Click File, and then click Open.
  9. In the Open Query File window, click Mfgdprocs.cmp. The following folder is the default folder for the Mfgdprocs.cmp file:
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Business Solutions\Great Plains\Sql\Company
  10. Run the script for each company database. To do this, click the green arrow button. Or, press F5.
  11. In the Database list, click DYNAMICS.
  12. Click File, and then click Open.
  13. In the Open Query File window, click Mfgprocs.sys. The following folder is the default folder for the Mfgprocs.sys file:
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Business Solutions\Great Plains\Sql\System
  14. Run the script. To do this, click the green arrow button. Or, press F5.
  15. Click File, and then click Open.
  16. In the Open Query File window, click Mfgprocs.sys. The following folder is the default folder for the Mfgprocs.sys file:
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Business Solutions|Great Plains\Sql\System
  17. Run the script. To do this, click the green arrow button. Or, press F5.
  18. Click File, and then click Open.
  19. In the Open Query File window, click Mfgdproc.sys. The following folder is the default folder for the Mfgdproc.sys file:
    C:\Program Files\Microsoft Business Solutions|Great Plains\Sql\System
  20. Run the script. To do this, click the green arrow button. Or, press F5.
  21. In Microsoft Great Plains Utilities, perform the Perform Special Upgrade task. To do this, follow these steps:
    1. Start Microsoft Business Solutions - Great Plains Utilities.
    2. In the Welcome to Microsoft Business Solutions - Great Plains Utilities window, verify the server name, type the system administrator user ID and password, and then click OK.

      Note You must log on to Microsoft Business Solutions - Great Plains Utilities as the system administrator user.
    3. Click Next two times.
    4. In the Additional Tasks window, click Perform special upgrade in the task list. A check mark will appear next to the Dynamics (System) database and next to all the company databases to indicate a successful upgrade.