Archive for the ‘sql server’ Category

Backing up QuoteWerks SQL Server database

Monday, July 10th, 2017

The following provides step-by-step screenshots to demonstrate how to set up a scheduled SQL Server backup for a QuoteWerks database (or, indeed, any other type of SQL Server database) hosted on the Express database engine.

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Cross Referencing QuoteWerks Quote, Order and Invoice Numbers

Friday, June 14th, 2013

We’ve been asked several times by clients how to cross-reference the Quote, Order and Invoice numbers that are processed through QuoteWerks. While you can get the Converted Ref in QuoteWerks (so the Order or Quote an Invoice was Converted from or the Quote and Order came from) there’s no a way within the reporting to get all three numbers together.

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Why choose QuoteWerks Corporate rather than Professional?

Friday, October 15th, 2010

Why QuoteWerks Corporate edition?

As well as some additional features (to do with synchronisation) and the additional contact manager options i.e. MSCRM and Connectwise, (click for full details here http://www.hilltopsit.co.uk/quotewerks/quotewerks_pricing.aspx), the real reason we recommend QuoteWerks Corporate over Professional is the ability to host the database to SQL Server.

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Microsoft CRM – exporting 10000 records limit

Tuesday, November 17th, 2009

The default maximum number of records which can be exported from Microsoft Dynamics CRM is 10,000. This is the limit applied by Microsoft to (at least in part) avoid issues with SQL Server timeouts when exporting a large number of records. In order to change this default, you can follow these steps.

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SSRS: an answer to rsReportParameterValueNotSet error

Wednesday, September 2nd, 2009

An answer to SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) rsReportParameterValueNotSet – “This report requires a default or user-defined value for the report parameter. To run or subscribe to this report, you must provide a parameter value” error.

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