ONLINE SYNC APP
Here you can find the links to everything you might need to download and run Online Sync.
The Greenshades Sync Portal is a locally hosted service, with a web browser interface that operates within the local network. This portal allows clients to create a connection to transfer data between the client data source and Greenshades.
- Flat File (csv, tab, Excel)
- Dynamics GP, versions 2005 and higher
- Dynamics SL
The host computer is required to have a minimum of 4GB RAM. More may be required depending on the size of your company and type of integration. The computer should also have an internet connection with a recommended 15mb upstream bandwidth.
Microsoft Operating SystemThe Sync Application is currently supported on Microsoft Desktop and Server operating systems. Desktop versions are supported on Vista or later. Server versions 2003 or later are supported.
Dynamics AX or other accounting package using the integration toolsThe Greenshades Online Sync Application is used to move data from client accounting packages to the GreenshadesOnline platform. The Sync Application works with Microsoft Dynamics AX and other accounting packages using one of our integration options. Microsoft Dynamics GP and SL users should not use the Sync Application. Instead, they should use the GreenshadesOnline Connector.
Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5The Microsoft .NET Framework adds an extra layer of functionality to your version of Microsoft Windows that Greenshades solutions utilize. The following link will take you to a Microsoft webpage. Please follow all instructions for downloading and installing the .NET Framework before continuing. Microsoft .NET version 4.5 is a minimum requirement for the Greenshades Online Sync Application.
There are varying requirements, depending on the data source. Additional information can be found in the integration guide.
Sync Application Installer
The Greenshades Online Sync Application must be installed on a machine that has access to the data source. Once installed, the sync application will host a management portal (web page) that users on the local network can access.