Following on from yesterday’s article: Visual Studio Tools: Best Practice when adding References to Projects, I wanted to highlight that all of Winthrop Development Consultants product installers have been updated to help avoid the problems caused by duplicate old DLL files in the Addins folder.
This issue is most likely with Visual Studio Integration Toolkit where developers use the toolkit from their products by adding the reference to the Dictionary Assembly DLL file.
I am writing this article after seeing the side effects of Visual Studio Tools developers not following Best Practice when adding references to their projects.
Two mistakes made by the developer in this example resulted in Microsoft Dynamics GP failing to launch with the “An exception occurred while trying to load or initialize the addin” error.
I love writing these sorts of articles. My good friend and fellow MVP, Mariano Gomez, has been using GP Power Tools to assist him in his role as Development Manager at Mekorma and has written blog articles about his experiences.
GP Power Tools removes much of the complexity and time needed for Cross Dictionary development in Dexterity.
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This article is an informational post to help anyone who might have come across this issue with Integration Manager and is searching online for a solution.
The issue is Integration Manager only imports a few transactions before failing when using the Standard Adapters for some integrations.
One possible cause for this issue was fixed many months ago in GP Power Tools code, but as not all sites keep up to date with their software, it might still be occurring. A recent support case for this issue is the reason for publishing this article.
With the conference over and everyone leaving Nashville, all that was left was the journey home. It was surprising how quickly the hotel changed all the banners for the next event!
I managed to organise a late checkout, as my flight was in the afternoon, allowing me to sleep in for the first time in two weeks. The journey was smooth and uneventful and would make a boring blog post. All I can say it was great to get picked up at Perth Airport by my two sons and get back to the real world.
After the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 over the weekend, I am pleased to announce that all Winthrop Development Consultants products are now available for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018.