The Sage Evolution Flowgear Connector enables you to integrated into Sage 200 Evolution via the Sage Evolution SDK.
18.104.22.168 - Added support for Branch Accounting and Inventory Items User Defined Field
22.214.171.124 - Added support to override GL accounts on documents
126.96.36.199 - Added support for user defined fields on document lines
188.8.131.52 - Fixed bug where only sales orders could be completed using the order number
184.108.40.206 - Removed versions before 220.127.116.11
Type: Connection Input
The name of the SQL Server instance hosting the Evolution Company database
The name of the Evolution Company database. Note that the SQL Database name is exactly the same as the registered company name and may contain spaces.
Set to true to use Windows Authentication rather than a named SQL username and password. The account used for Windows Authentication is the account under which the DropPoint service is running.
The name of the SQL Server instance hosting the Common database. This is typically the same server as the Company database.
The name of the Evolution Common database. This is typically EvolutionCommon
The Connection Property
Type: Xml Input
The RequestXml Property
Type: Xml Output
The ResponseXml Property
The Sage Evolution Connector requires the SDK Client Connector (not the Developer Connector) to be licensed. See http://www.sage.com/za/partners/developers/sage-pastel-accounting for further information and current licensing.
The value '6.22' for [field] could not be set
You may encounter this error when attempting to set a number containing a decimal point on a specific field. This error occurs if the regional setting on the computer on which the Node is executing (i.e. the computer hosting the DropPoint) does not use a point as a decimal symbol. For example, if your locale is set to South Africa, a comma will be used instead.
To resolve this, change the decimal symbol to a point. To access this setting, open
Control Panel, then
Additional Settings and change the decimal symbol under the
This will change the setting for the current user profile only. Typically DropPoints run under the LOCAL SYSTEM account so it is then necessary to copy the changed settings to the LOCAL SYSTEM account.
To do this, go back to the
Region Dialog, click the
Administrative tab and click
Copy Settings. Tick the checkboxes
Welcome screen and system accounts as well as
New user accounts and click Ok.
Restart the computer for changes to take effect.
Refer to Node Samples for data schemas.