Thanks for your help.
You can also lock that down using Field Level Security. That is what we do so the option isn't available.Regards,
We are not concerned with our users deleting lines or Sales Orders, we were just wondering if there is record of it anywhere in the database that we can reference so we know a line or entire order has been deleted.
We are looking for an auditing solution and was not aware Winthrop provided one. Can you tell me what the cost structure is and our management team may be interested in a demo if possible.
Please note that GP Power Tools is not a specific auditing tool. It has many features for users, administrators, consultants, support staff and developers. The developer tools module can be used to perform many customisations which include tracking specific changes in the tables. But this is only one of the almost infinite possibilities.I suggest that all partners and customers review the benefits presentation so you can see why every GP customer globally should have GP Power Tools: https://www.winthropdc.com/ftp/pub/GPPowerTools_Benefits.ppsx
You can also watch the demonstration videos at https://winthropdc.wordpress.com/gp-power-tools-portal/gp-power-tools-videos/.
To understand what is in each module look at the following posts:
All sites are going to want the Administrator Tools module. If upgrading, changing server or creating test environments I would suggest that getting the Database Tools module which includes Database Validation which can find and fix many upgrade issues before that cause problems (You should install on the pre upgrade version.). If you want the ability to actively debug, customize GP or write self-help scripts then you should also get the Developer Tools module.
The pricing is on the website, and you can get a quote or place the order using the online form. In summary, the customer pricing for an annual subscription is US$500, US$900, US$1300 (or AU$500, AU$900, AU$1300 plus GST in Australia) for 1, 2 or 3 modules respectively. This is a per system cost and is not affected by the number of users, companies or workstations.
Customers can also just install the code and activate a free 30 day trial period to try out all the features to help you decide on what modules you want.
Thanks David, we will look into this.
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