If you run into problems trying to Re-Install or Upgrade Sage Contruct, it is often neccesary to completely remove the existing Installation. The following text describes how to completely remove Sage Construct from a Workstation:  Uninstall all "R5" Programs using Control Panel  Uninstall the "Construct" Program Using Control Panel  Use the "Windows Installer Cleanup" Utility to … Continue reading Uninstalling Sage Construction
If the Sage 50 HR Service on your Windows 2003 Server fails to startup automatically (for no good reason) after a Re-boot, try artificially delaying the startup of the HR Service by making it dependent upon (say) the Print Spooler Service ("DependOnService" "spoolsv.exe"). This will involve making a small change to the registry. Instructions are … Continue reading Sage 50 HR Service Fails To Start
It is possible to create a "Retrospective" Aged Creditors Report within Sage 200, but the output is not always what is expected. BOTH the "Transaction Payment Date" AND the "Payment Allocation Date" must be beyond the "Ageing Date", otherwise those transactions will be excluded from the report. This will cause a difference between the report … Continue reading Sage 200: Retrospective “Aged Creditors Report” Incorrect?
The latest version of Sage 200 (v 5.01) installs something called "TaskLauncher Listener." It loads by default (tasklauncher.exe) and attempts to open up a port on the local firewall. If you are NOT using Sage 200 CRM or Project Accounting, this can safely be disabled by removing it from Start => All Programs => Startup.
Start up Sage Construct Advanced using a valid Username and Password. All of the required options can be found within the “Contracts” section of the Sage Construct menu system. Select “Contract Complete” from menu tree. Type the appropriate Contract number and click “Set Complete”. This operation can be reversed by repeating the above instructions and … Continue reading SAGE CONSTRUCT: Completing a Contract