Ticomix is pleased to announce the release of GoldMine Mobile Edition 9.3!
GMME 18.104.22.168 will be released to the general public on or about Monday 2/4. If you have an immediate need for or any questions regarding the update, your Ticomix account rep or consultant would be glad to assist you.
Ticomix is pleased to announce the release of GoldMine Premium Edition 9.2!
GMPE 9.2 will be released to the general public on or about Monday 8/13. If you have an immediate need for or any questions regarding the update, your Ticomix account rep or consultant would be glad to assist you.
Ticomix is pleased to announce the release of GoldMine Premium Edition 9.0.4!
GMPE 9.0.4 will be released to the general public on or about March 15th. As with all GMPE service packs, the biggest driver for GMPE 9.0.4 is product quality. This release contains over 30 fixed issues for improved product stability and quality, as well as support for GoldMine Mobile Edition 9.0. For a complete list of fixes and improvements please see below.
2011 has been a year of transition and continued growth in the technology industry, but then, so is every year these days. The question then is not just “what has changed” but, even more important, “how do these changes relate to my business” and “how should I respond?”
We all know that money is tight right now, and even more so for many small- to mid-sized businesses. Well, it's good to know that some help is available. If you are not aware of the enhanced changes to Internal Revenue Code Section 179, then now is the time to dig your heels in and find out what you might be missing. For example, did you know...
This post includes instructions on manually making changes to your SQL database. If you are not comfortable with this then please give us or your GoldMine partner a call and have them make the change for you and always backup your database before attempting anything like this.
Having provided GoldMine consulting and support for the past 12 years I’ve heard my share of frustration and even anger expressed by overwrought users, usually with too much to do and too little time to do it in. It’s easy to fault the application when things don’t go right, particularly as a deadline approaches. There have been many late in the day calls that I’ve fielded from exasperated users and heard GoldMine described in some colorful terms along with the occasional vows to replace it with another product.
We’ve all been told that it is in our best interest to visit the doctor and dentist regularly. We don’t always take the advice, despite the fact that we’ve also heard of people who were fortunate enough to have a potentially serious disease detected early on and successfully treated and of those that procrastinated and paid a heavy price for it. To be sure, it is an easy thing to put off; we are all busy and don’t have the time right now but tell ourselves maybe in a few weeks or months we’ll see to it.
Let’s start with a basic query of the ContHist table where the histories are kept.
Query: select REF from CONTHIST
I recently had a request from a customer for a SSRS report that would be displayed on a large screen monitor in a company common area that allowed everyone to keep apprised of the progress toward internal goals. The twist was that “the report” was actually four different reports that would cycle through with each report showing for sixty seconds before moving on to the next.
SSRS has the native ability to refresh after a set period of seconds: Report Properties dialog box > General tab > check Autorefresh near the bottom.