Great Plains Customization

By: Andrew Karasev

Microsoft Great Plains is one of three Microsoft Business Solutions mid-market ERP products: Great Plains, Solomon, Navision. Considering that Great Plains is now very good candidate for integration with POS application, such as Microsoft Retail Management System or RMS and Client Relation Systems, such as Microsoft CRM – there is common need in Great Plains customizations and integrations, especially on the level of MS SQL Server transact SQL queries and stored procedures. In this small article we’ll show you how to create auto-apply utility, when you integrate huge number of sales transactions and payments. We will be working with RM20101 – Receivables Open File and RM20201 – Receivables Apply Open File. Let’s see SQL code:

declare @curpmtamt numeric(19,5)

declare @curinvamt numeric(19,5)

declare @curpmtnum varchar(20)

declare @curinvnum varchar(20)

declare @curinvtype int

declare @curpmttype int

declare @maxid int

declare @counter int

-- Create a temporary table

create table #temp

(

[ID] int identity(1,1) primary key,

CUSTNMBR varchar(15),

INVNUM varchar(20),

INVTYPE int,

PMTNUM varchar(20),

PMTTYPE int,

INVAMT numeric(19,5),

PMTAMT numeric(19,5),

AMTAPPLIED numeric(19,5)

)

create index IDX_INVNUM on #temp (INVNUM)

create index IDX_PMTNUM on #temp (PMTNUM)

-- Insert unapplied invoices and payments

insert into #temp

(

CUSTNMBR,

INVNUM,

INVTYPE,

PMTNUM,

PMTTYPE,

INVAMT,

PMTAMT,

AMTAPPLIED

)

select

CUSTNMBR = a.CUSTNMBR,

INVNUM = b.DOCNUMBR,

INVTYPE = b.RMDTYPAL,

PMTNUM = a.DOCNUMBR,

PMTTYPE = a.RMDTYPAL,

INVAMT = b.CURTRXAM,

PMTAMT = a.CURTRXAM,

AMTAPPLIED = 0

from RM20101 a

join RM20101 b on (a.CUSTNMBR = b.CUSTNMBR)

join RM00101 c on (a.CUSTNMBR = c.CUSTNMBR)

where

a.RMDTYPAL in (7, 8, 9) and

b.RMDTYPAL in (1, 3) and

a.CURTRXAM 0 and

b.CURTRXAM 0

order by

a.custnmbr,

b.DOCDATE,

a.DOCDATE,

a.DOCNUMBR,

b.DOCNUMBR

-- Iterate through each record

select @maxid = max([ID])

from #temp

select @counter = 1

while @counter = @curpmtamt) and (@curpmtamt>0) and (@curinvamt>0)-- if the invoice amount is greater or the same as the payment amount

begin

select @curinvamt = @curinvamt - @curpmtamt-- invoice amount remaining

-- update with the amount that is applied to the current invoice from

-- the current payment

update #temp

set

AMTAPPLIED = @curpmtamt

where

[ID] = @counter

-- update with amount of invoice remaining

update #temp

set

INVAMT = @curinvamt

where

INVNUM = @curinvnum and

INVTYPE = @curinvtype

-- update with amount of payment remaining

update #temp

set

PMTAMT = 0

where

PMTNUM = @curpmtnum and

PMTTYPE = @curpmttype

end

else if (@curinvamt 0) and (@curinvamt>0)-- if the invoice amount is lesser to the payment amount

begin

select @curpmtamt = @curpmtamt - @curinvamt-- payment amount remaining

-- update with the amount that is applied to the current invoice from

-- the current payment

update #temp

set

AMTAPPLIED = @curinvamt

where

[ID] = @counter

-- update with amount of invoice remaining

update #temp

set

INVAMT = 0

where

INVNUM = @curinvnum and

INVTYPE = @curinvtype

-- update with amount of payment remaining

update #temp

set

PMTAMT = @curpmtamt

where

PMTNUM = @curpmtnum and

PMTTYPE = @curpmttype

end

-- go to the next record

select @counter = @counter + 1

end

-- update the RM Open table with the correct amounts

update

RM20101

set

CURTRXAM = b.INVAMT

from

RM20101 a

join #temp b on (a.DOCNUMBR = b.INVNUM and a.RMDTYPAL = b.INVTYPE)

update

RM20101

set

CURTRXAM = b.PMTAMT

from

RM20101 a

join #temp b on (a.DOCNUMBR = b.PMTNUM and a.RMDTYPAL = b.PMTTYPE)

-- create the RM Apply record or update if records already exist

update

RM20201

set

DATE1 = convert(varchar(10), getdate(), 101),

GLPOSTDT = convert(varchar(10), getdate(), 101),

APPTOAMT = APPTOAMT + a.AMTAPPLIED,

ORAPTOAM = ORAPTOAM + a.AMTAPPLIED,

APFRMAPLYAMT = APFRMAPLYAMT + a.AMTAPPLIED,

ActualApplyToAmount = APFRMAPLYAMT + a.AMTAPPLIED

from

#temp a

join RM20101 b on (b.DOCNUMBR = a.INVNUM and b.RMDTYPAL = a.INVTYPE)

join RM20101 c on (c.DOCNUMBR = a.PMTNUM and c.RMDTYPAL = a.PMTTYPE)

join RM20201 d on (d.APFRDCTY = a.PMTTYPE and

d.APFRDCNM = a.PMTNUM and

d.APTODCTY = a.INVTYPE and

d.APTODCNM = a.INVNUM)

where

a.AMTAPPLIED 0

insert into RM20201

(CUSTNMBR,

DATE1,

GLPOSTDT,

POSTED,

APTODCNM,

APTODCTY,

APTODCDT,

ApplyToGLPostDate,

CURNCYID,

CURRNIDX,

APPTOAMT,

ORAPTOAM,

APFRDCNM,

APFRDCTY,

APFRDCDT,

ApplyFromGLPostDate,

FROMCURR,

APFRMAPLYAMT,

ActualApplyToAmount)

select

CUSTNMBR = a.CUSTNMBR,

DATE1 = convert(varchar(10), getdate(), 101),

GLPOSTDT = convert(varchar(10), getdate(), 101),

POSTED = 1,

APTODCNM = a.INVNUM,

APTODCTY = a.INVTYPE,

APTODCDT = b.DOCDATE,

ApplyToGLPostDate = b.GLPOSTDT,

CURNCYID = b.CURNCYID,

CURRNIDX = '',

APPTOAMT = a.AMTAPPLIED,

ORAPTOAM = a.AMTAPPLIED,

APFRDCNM = a.PMTNUM,

APFRDCTY = a.PMTTYPE,

APFRDCDT = c.DOCDATE,

ApplyFromGLPostDate = c.GLPOSTDT,

FROMCURR = c.CURNCYID,

APFRMAPLYAMT = a.AMTAPPLIED,

ActualApplyToAmount = a.AMTAPPLIED

from

#temp a

join RM20101 b on (b.DOCNUMBR = a.INVNUM and b.RMDTYPAL = a.INVTYPE)

join RM20101 c on (c.DOCNUMBR = a.PMTNUM and c.RMDTYPAL = a.PMTTYPE)

where

a.AMTAPPLIED 0 and

not exists (select 1

from RM20201 d

where d.APFRDCTY = a.PMTTYPE and

d.APFRDCNM = a.PMTNUM and

d.APTODCTY = a.INVTYPE and

d.APTODCNM = a.INVNUM)

drop table #temp

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