SQL Script To Return Functional Currencies For All Companies

November 3rd, 2015 by

Microsoft Dynamics GPI have done a fair bit of work recently for clients with the Web Services for Microsoft Dynamics GP. One of the checks the configuration tool does is to check if all of the companies have a functional currency defined.

However, if it returns a fail flag for this check, it doesn’t actually tell you which company (or companies) has failed the check. And when your client has well over a hundred companies you need an alternative method to going through each one manually.

That alternative method is the script below; it uses a cursor to look through the company databases and returns a list of all companies and their functional currency. To only see those companies without a functional currency, there is a where clause at the bottom which is currently commented out.

CREATE TABLE #FUNLCURR
	(
	INTERID VARCHAR(5)
	,FUNLCURR VARCHAR(15)
	)

DECLARE @SQL_Statement VARCHAR(1000)

DECLARE
	cursor_InterID CURSOR 
FOR
	SELECT INTERID FROM SY01500
	
	OPEN cursor_InterID

	DECLARE
		@INTERID VARCHAR(100)

	FETCH NEXT FROM
		cursor_InterID
	INTO
		@INTERID
	WHILE (@@FETCH_STATUS <> -1)
		BEGIN
		IF (@@FETCH_STATUS <> -2)
				SET @SQL_Statement = 'INSERT INTO #FUNLCURR (INTERID,FUNLCURR) VALUES (''' + @INTERID + ''','''')'
				exec (@SQL_Statement)
				SET @SQL_Statement = 'UPDATE #FUNLCURR SET FUNLCURR = (SELECT FUNLCURR FROM ' + RTRIM(@INTERID) + '.dbo.MC40000 MC) WHERE INTERID = ''' + @INTERID + ''''
				exec (@SQL_Statement)
			FETCH NEXT FROM
				cursor_InterID
			INTO
				@INTERID
		END
	CLOSE cursor_InterID
DEALLOCATE cursor_InterID

SELECT
	#FUNLCURR.INTERID
	,SY01500.CMPNYNAM
	,#FUNLCURR.FUNLCURR
FROM
	#FUNLCURR
INNER JOIN
	SY01500
		ON SY01500.INTERID = #FUNLCURR.INTERID
/*WHERE
	LEN(FUNLCURR) = ''*/
ORDER BY
	#FUNLCURR.INTERID

DROP TABLE #FUNLCURR

Source: azurecurve

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