If you are using GP Power Tools, Batch Posting Service Toolkit, or Visual Studio Integration Toolkit and are having registration issues there is most probably a very simple solution.
This article assumes that your GP Power Tools or Batch Posting Service Toolkit subscriptions are current. Visual Studio Integration Toolkit is free, its subscription is always current.
The quick answer is to just update to the latest code. Read on for more details…
Happy Easter everyone. In Australia, Easter is accompanied by a four day long weekend, so hopefully everyone will get a break from work.
You would have seen that I recently served on Jury Duty. I was lucky to be assigned to a short three day case and was able to get back to work fairly quickly.
The conference season for 2019 is approaching and I am going to be very busy doing lots of travelling, presenting, exhibiting and training.
I have been working hard on the development of the Winthrop Development Consulting products with new builds of GP Power Tools, Batch Posting Service Toolkit and Visual Studio Integration Toolkit being released already and another new build of GP Power Tools currently in development.
This story starts back in July 2008 while I was a Microsoft employee attending some developer training in Fargo run by my friend Steve Gray (of 4Penny and DynDeveloper fame).
After seeing Steve post some tidbit of technical knowledge to his blog, I decided to create my own blog so that I could publish articles then reference these articles when responding to forum posts. This was how the Developing for Dynamics GP Blog started.
Just a quick note to keep you informed. I have been summoned to appear in court next week and so will be out of the office from then for an unspecified amount of time.
I am unable to provide any details about the case or how long it will take before I am fully available again.
It has been a while since I wrote an article for my robotics portal, so I thought I would write about a topic I have been mentoring a student recently.
This concept for this article is how to create a line following robot that is self calibrating. When a robot is self calibrating, the requirement for taking light readings and updating the code when changing venues or light conditions change is avoided.
Back on the 23rd February I posted that I was in the process of Saving the Developing for Dynamics GP blog, my blog from my Microsoft days.
It has taken about four weeks of work, but I am very pleased to be able to announce that the work is complete and the relevant content from the Developing for Dynamics GP blog is now available from this blog.
A while back I had a customer site reporting an issue where a small window would open every time a user opens the Sales Transaction Entry (SOP_Entry) window.
This issue only occurs when the GP Power Tools – Administrator Tools module feature to prevent windows opening outside of the visible display is enabled.