Georgia Alabama User Group
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Georgia Alabama User Group

Since June, 2015

Description

The mission for GALUG is to bring together persons who use and support Lawson Software applications within the states of Alabama and Georgia and to provide a platform to promote and exchange concepts and techniques concerning use of all Lawson Software products.

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Owners

Kim Walker
Loring Kaveney
Rockie Stoeffler

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  • What Lawson User Group(s) are you associated with?
    • GALUG - Georgia/Alabama Lawson User Group

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Amiel Randy
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Wed, April, 24th 2019

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Lawson and NextGen AP Patient Refunds

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Is anyone using NextGen and sending their patient refund files into Lawson using the exports provided in the NextGen application?

If so, how are you formatting the files (ie manually combining, customization on vendor side, etc.)?
Accounts Payable
Lawson
Is anyone using NextGen and sending their patient refund files into Lawson using the exports provided in the NextGen application? If so, how are you formatting the files (ie manually combining, customization on vendor side, etc.)?
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Tue, April, 9th 2019

Don't forget to register and book your room for next month's Southeast Mega Meeting! The date is rapidly approaching and reduced room rates are only available for a few more days! Hope to see you there!
Don't forget to register and book your room for next month's Southeast Mega Meeting! The date is rapidly approaching and reduced room rates are only available for a few more days! Hope to see you there!
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Thu, March, 21st 2019

Prepare for your future by utilizing ClearSky's LEGACY.S3 PaaS to secure and maintain your data as you upgrade to V11. Don't follow our blog? Change that today! Read our latest post to learn more about LEGACY.S3:
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Tue, March, 5th 2019

Attending the upcoming event next week? ClearSky is excited to have the title speaking opportunity, presenting you with: Getting the Most out of Your Infor Applications, with Kent Jacobson. In order to get the most out of this presentation, we recommend filling out our survey! You'll also have the chance to win an Amazon gift card! Read more... https://lgug.workoutloud.com/Survey/clearskyerp/172b543f6f2bdfb0908b83a0ae8cd083301f2739127171  Show less...
Attending the upcoming event next week? ClearSky is excited to have the title speaking opportunity, presenting you with: Getting the Most out of Your Infor Applications, with Kent Jacobson. In order to get the most out of this presentation, we recommend filling out our survey! You'll also have the chance to win an Amazon gift card! https://lgug.workoutloud.com/Survey/clearskyerp/172b543f6f2bdfb0908b83a0ae8cd083301f2739127171
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Thu, January, 10th 2019

Happy New Year.
Can't wait to see everyone at our next GALUG Meeting.
Register at
Happy New Year. Can't wait to see everyone at our next GALUG Meeting. Register at
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Thu, December, 13th 2018

Save the dates! Southeast User group meeting May 19-21 2019 Coronado Springs Resort, Walt Disney World Watch for updates at
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Fri, November, 16th 2018

Thank you to all our members, vendors and guests for making our meeting a success. Have a Happy Holidays and we will see you all again in the new year!
Thank you to all our members, vendors and guests for making our meeting a success. Have a Happy Holidays and we will see you all again in the new year!
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Thu, November, 15th 2018

Reserve your spot to attend this complimentary training webinar and learn about updating your Lawson Security Single Sign-On (SSO) services.
Register now for this complimentary webinar!
Date: December 13, 2018 Time: 2:00 PM US Eastern
Effective March 1, 2019, Infor will stop providing discrepancy corrections and updates to the Lawson Security as Security Token Service (LS as STS) authentication mechanism for providing SSO services for Lawson 10 applications.
This  Read more...training will highlight the importance of this update to use Microsoft® Active Directory® Federation Services (ADFS) for providing SSO services. ADFS is currently Infor’s corporate standard SSO solution across Infor applications, including Lawson 10 and applicable CloudSuite solutions. It will also cover the benefits of the switch for Lawson 10 customers, in preparation for future use of CloudSuite Financials & Supply Management (aka version 11) applications and associated CloudSuites.

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Reserve your spot to attend this complimentary training webinar and learn about updating your Lawson Security Single Sign-On (SSO) services. Register now for this complimentary webinar! Date: December 13, 2018 Time: 2:00 PM US Eastern Effective March 1, 2019, Infor will stop providing discrepancy corrections and updates to the Lawson Security as Security Token Service (LS as STS) authentication mechanism for providing SSO services for Lawson 10 applications. This training will highlight the importance of this update to use Microsoft® Active Directory® Federation Services (ADFS) for providing SSO services. ADFS is currently Infor’s corporate standard SSO solution across Infor applications, including Lawson 10 and applicable CloudSuite solutions. It will also cover the benefits of the switch for Lawson 10 customers, in preparation for future use of CloudSuite Financials & Supply Management (aka version 11) applications and associated CloudSuites.
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Wed, November, 14th 2018

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What should I expect from Fridays Friday Meeting?

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This is my first time attending the GA/AL meeting, I'm nervous a little but I'm ready to soak in all the information that I can.
Supply Chain Management
This is my first time attending the GA/AL meeting, I'm nervous a little but I'm ready to soak in all the information that I can.
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Hi Taera, the agenda is on the registration site, so you can see the sessions that we will be presented. You will also have an opportunity to meet vendors and network with other users. See you Friday!
Hi Taera, the agenda is on the registration site, so you can see the sessions that we will be presented. You will also have an opportunity to meet vendors and network with other users. See you Friday!
Thanks Kim. See you Friday.
Thanks Kim. See you Friday.
Hi Teaera! A Tip would be to bring lots of business cards. Often, vendors give away prizes and your card is you ticket to win! Our ClearSky Table will have some free goodies as well so make sure to stop by 😀
Hi Teaera! A Tip would be to bring lots of business cards. Often, vendors give away prizes and your card is you ticket to win! Our ClearSky Table will have some free goodies as well so make sure to stop by :)
Looking forward to meeting you!
Looking forward to meeting you!
Mon, November, 12th 2018

Just a few more days to register! Dont miss out!
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Tue, November, 6th 2018

Winter Showcase is back! Registration is open for the event which will be January 29 - 31, 2019 in St. Paul, MN. The event is no charge and has limited availability. Register now!
Winter Showcase is back! Registration is open for the event which will be January 29 - 31, 2019 in St. Paul, MN. The event is no charge and has limited availability. Register now!
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Fri, October, 26th 2018

Cant wait to hear from all our great presenters! Preview the agenda at See you there!
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Thu, October, 25th 2018

Don't forget to register! Nov 16th will be here before we know it!
Don't forget to register! Nov 16th will be here before we know it!
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Tue, October, 23rd 2018

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Do you suggest using paint screens to update bad data or is it safter to do it manually

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Lawson
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Hi Tonia! Great question! While we have used both methods for fixing bad data, Infor typically recommends using a paint screen. It really depends on who is making the fix, and how complex it is, and how many records need to be fixed. For instance, if GL190 fails and we have to fix hundreds of records in bad status, we are going to lean toward a mass update query. If it's a small record set, it might be make more sense to do the paint screen. If you want functional users to weigh in, it  Read more...might be easier to have a paint screen so they can visualize better. Whatever you do, just be careful and have a good backup of your database! Let me know if you have any followup questions! Show less...
Hi Tonia! Great question! While we have used both methods for fixing bad data, Infor typically recommends using a paint screen. It really depends on who is making the fix, and how complex it is, and how many records need to be fixed. For instance, if GL190 fails and we have to fix hundreds of records in bad status, we are going to lean toward a mass update query. If it's a small record set, it might be make more sense to do the paint screen. If you want functional users to weigh in, it might be easier to have a paint screen so they can visualize better. Whatever you do, just be careful and have a good backup of your database! Let me know if you have any followup questions!
Hello!! If it can be fixed manually, we complete it on the existing screens. We use Add Ins for any large amount of data. If we need to go to Paint screens, when data
updates just won't work on the main screens, we need to provide our data in spreadsheet form to the IT team.
Hello!! If it can be fixed manually, we complete it on the existing screens. We use Add Ins for any large amount of data. If we need to go to Paint screens, when data updates just won't work on the main screens, we need to provide our data in spreadsheet form to the IT team.
In that case, I think your process is perfect!!
In that case, I think your process is perfect!!
Processing through the application is always better. For example, PO Line doesn't always close right if a value has been painted, or if the line closes, the header may not recognize it, etc. I've "unpainted" bad data to it's original value and then used uploads for the correct ones - just to make the application process correctly.
Processing through the application is always better. For example, PO Line doesn't always close right if a value has been painted, or if the line closes, the header may not recognize it, etc. I've "unpainted" bad data to it's original value and then used uploads for the correct ones - just to make the application process correctly.
Mon, October, 15th 2018

Interested in sponsoring our fall meeting on November 16th, 2018? Let us know! We would love your support and involvement in our community!
Interested in sponsoring our fall meeting on November 16th, 2018? Let us know! We would love your support and involvement in our community!
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