After months of work, I am extremely excited to announce that GP Power Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP (GPPT) Build 22 is now available for download. Please update your systems to get all the new features.
GP Power Tools was previously known as Support Debugging Tool (SDT), which was discontinued in October 2014. If you are still using the previous product, please upgrade to the supported and much better GP Power Tools product.
I was recently assisting a fellow Dexterity developer to create scripts to automatically create all the Security Tasks and Security Roles for their ISV (Independent Software Vendor) add-on product for Microsoft Dynamics GP.
While they were checking their code in Dexterity Test mode, the security settings for their product never showed up. This was weird as the data appeared to be in the tables and worked when in Runtime mode.
A while ago, I introduced you to James Veitch. I very talented comedian geek who loves to have fun with spammers. Here is the link for the previous post:
If you have not watched it yet, please do and then watch one in this post.
I have been asked a couple of times recently about how to copy the Company Color Themes for a test environment, so I thought I would document the answer in a blog article.
GP Power Tools has the ability to change the background colors within Microsoft Dynamics GP for each company. This feature currently only works for the desktop client, if you want it to work in the web client, vote for this MS Connect product suggestion.
I think last week’s puzzle was too simple for you, so here is something with more of a challenge.
I know that the Christmas theme is a little late (but it is summer Down Under anyway).
I know Australia Day (26th January) has already passed for this year, but I came across this video today on the Book of Face and it was too good not to post.
I already shared this video of non-Australians trying to speak and understand Australian slang via social media, but not everyone has access to my personal account.
You know how much I enjoy challenging you with silly maths puzzles….
So here is another one. Can you work out the sequence or pattern and so find the solution to the final problem?