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  • in reply to: Prompt for Missing Items #12937

    MSchappler
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    You will be alerted that a Pay Period End Anchor Date has not been set when you try to run a Payrun for the first time on the particular Payroll Folder/Group.

    Determing what the correct pay period number for NV1 Payruns would have left us open to errors. Users of NV1 Payrun where allowed to (and usually did) enter pay periods that didn’t make sense and or added checks at the end of a year dated in the past.

    When the anchor date is set, the year and the pay period number is displayed in NV2 for you.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: Where to start? #12926

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    On the right pane window (explorer), you use your mouse to navigate within your NV2 books. If you click on NewViews > Accounts > Accounts Payable – you should see a listing of your AP Vendors (top right Blue table). Under the blue table (if you click on a particular vendor), you will see a green table (Vendor ledgers). Clicking on a particular ledger will show you the associated distributions (pink table) that make up that ledger. Click on a distribution item and press F9 will place in you in the cross account of that distribution (in NV1 this would be GOX).

    Each window can be maximized/minimized by clicking the maximize/minimize button on the right side of each window. The F7 key maximizes the actibve window and F8 restores all windows on your screen. See Help KeyBoard (keystrokes ALT HK) for more information.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: new computer #12841

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Download the most recent NV2 update from http://www.qwpage.com and save it to the hard drive on this new computer. Install NV2 on this system and after it is installed (use the recommended all users option) copy your NV2 books to this new machine via a CD, USB key, or copy/paste through windows explorer if they are network.

    You will have to register NV2 on this new computer.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: Installation issues #12840

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Mary,

    We are running NV2 on Pentium 4 computers that run at 2.80GHz with 1 GB of RAM which is a contemporary system for today. The AMD system you are thinking of purchasing should be comparable but I would ask your computer supplier if the system is comparable. We do not have any AMD systems here. Yes, computer speed/memory is required to run NV2.

    Each workstation and server must be a Pentium 4 (or comparable/faster) with the specs. above and have hard disks of their own. Each workstation will have NV2 installed and must be able to connect to the server offering the NV2 books through TCP/IP (which is common on all systems today). A hard disk is required on each workstation to maintain a workstation database and run Excel for printing.

    NV1 was not multiuser and the approach in your third question does work. You are either copying the NV1 books from each machine to your server (through windows explorer) or have a batch program written for you that does the copying of the NV1 books to the server for you. You need to verify this on your end.

    In NV2, the NV2 server listens to requests made of it by each workstation connected to it via TCP/IP and updates the application databases (NV2 books). Each NV2 workstation has its own workstation database which is located in C:/NV2/WORKSTATION (if you had installed NV2 in C:/NV2) which maintains that workstations NV2 windowing system and workstation logon tables.

    Each workstation can work in single user or multiuser or both at the same time. NV1 was single user only. Like NV1, which required that you point nv.exe to a network drive where the books existed, NV2 also requires that you type the server IP or computer name offering the application databases (NV2 books). In NV1, the books database (DATAD.NV) stored all the information pertaining to that database. In NV2, the same is true but in single user, there are two databases that must be backed up (workstation database, and application database). In multiuser, there are three (workstation database, application database, server database).

    Productivity in NV2 is similar ro NV1. Take into account that “Default Values” and BLKCOPY/BLKPASTE buffers will need to be set. Some actions may take a few seconds longer in NV2 but others have been found to be faster. The ability to see transactions in total accounts makes NV2 more productive.

    Setting up user windows and the length of time running your workstations with several sets of books will push past 512 MB. Also the number of processes running on your windows system before NV2 starts.

    You can backup your NV2 databases using whatever method you trust.

    I suggest that you read the NewViews 2.0 manual (DO NOT PRINT IT. It’s about 600+ pages) for further information about running a server. a workstation and Appendix B – NV1 users.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: Where to start? #12922

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    After you have read Appendix B – NV1 Users and have run ATYPE/TATYPE, NOTES2, NVEXPORT, and NV1 Import, see the documentation under the NewViews 2.0 Manual for The Server and The Workstation.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: Where to start? #12921

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Install the NV2 installation file you had downloaded on your two workstations and then on your server computer. When installing NV2 make sure your are the administrator for the machine and when installing choose the recommended installation for all users.

    Once installed using the recommended option, your will have a new menu choice in your windows start > All Programs or Programs menu called NewViews 2.0. Under NewViews 2.0 there is Manual. Click Manual and plus on NewViews 2.0 Manual and then click on the plus next to Appendix B – NV1 Users.

    I suggest that you read this section first.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: Copy and Paste #12920

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Frank,

    Programming function keys will be added to NV2 in a future release. I can’t give you a date at this time.

    Another possiblity to reconciling many open items with the same reconcile text is to use Fill Column. Block your open items (ALT BS ALT BE or Ctrl KB Ctrl KK) and then type you reconcile text on the first blocked item and then right mouse click Tools Fill Column (or ALT TF).

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: Import Error #12917

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Send me the NV1_NV2.log file which is located in your books directory that you have specified in directory in NV1 Import. EMail it to support@qwpage.com with the same subject mentioned above.

    in reply to: Copy and Paste #12916

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    If the Windows style menu is turned off in your NV2 books then right mouse anywhere in your NV2 books and click on the plus next to view, plus on Menu Bar and click on display. This will show the standard windows menu bar at the top of your books.

    Once activated, you can now use the short cut keys assigned to each command.

    In your Bank under NewViews > Account > Bank under the blue table (top right pane) choose the window select button and click reconcile. Click the unreconciled field for the particular bank account which will show you all of the open items in that account. In the green table below type in your reconcile text in the reconcile field for the item you wish to reconcile and issue the keyboard commands:

    ALT EC – Edit Copy

    Cursor down and then issue ALT EP (Edit Pate) on your next open item. To clear the reconcile text issue ALT EC on an unreconciled item in the reconcile field.

    For thoose familiar with the control keys, there is Ctrl KW which sets the reconcile text for use with Ctrl KR. In the windows style menu the keystrokes are ALT EVS and ALT EVG respectively (Edit Default Value Set Edit Default Value Get). To clear, issue Ctrl KC.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: Installation error #12838

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Gary,

    When you had installed NV2 you had chosen to install NV2 for a single user. Install NV2 again and choose the recommended button (All users).

    If the option to install for all users is grayed out then cancel the installation and then right mouse click on the NV2 installation file you had download and click Run As. Click the following user button and run as the administrator and type in the administrator password.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: Installation issues #12827

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Go to http://www.qwpage.com and download NV2 like you did before and install it in the same directory where you had installed the previous NV2 update.

    You will not have to re-register.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: Speed of NV2 import program #12893

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Jean,

    Click on the NV2 Help Manual and search for Block Copy. You will see information regarding Block Copy and Block Paste.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: Installation issues #12823

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Jack

    There is another NV2 installation you can download from our web site which includes an updated NV2 license agreement. Later today, there should service pack 2 on our web site to download (I suspect you running the first NV2 download = Service pack 0). Service pack 1 was available for download last Monday.

    Are you clicking on workstation within NewViews 2.0 from the windows start menu? If you had copied the NV2 workstation icon to your desktop, review the icon properties from the workstation desktop icon with the workstation icon within NewViews 2.0 – I thinking they are different.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: Budget amount entry #12808

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    Reproduce the Bug error and sent a screen shot of the error including the steps you did to produce the error and send the screen shot as an attachment to support@qwpage.com. Include your NV2 serial number.

    To produce a screen of the error, have your NV2 books on your screen and move the error dialog within the NV2 screen and press the Print Screen key (this captures the screen to the windows clipboard). Click on your windows start button, accessories, paint. Within paint, either press the Ctrl key + V or from the paint menu, click Edit Paste. The screen shot will appear in paint. Save the file as a bmp file type and then attach this file to an email to support@qwpage.com.

    Within your email text, explain how you produced this error.

    Regards,

    Martin

    in reply to: NV2 Feed Back #12786

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    NV2 is an open forum for registered users of NV2, the Windows version of NewViews.

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