What’s New in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015

David Meego - Click for blog homepageAt the start of December 2014, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 was released to manufacturing and shortly after it was posted online:

Since its release, the Support and Services team have been putting together blog articles and videos providing details about the new features.

For a quick overview, I would suggest watching the great videos below:

Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 System Wide New Features (direct link)


Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 New Features- Applications (direct link)


For more information, check out the series of articles from the support team.  Click on the link below for the table of contents:

If you have not downloaded the installation files for Microsoft Dynamics GP, please use the link below:



This article was originally posted on http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.

3 thoughts on “What’s New in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015

  1. Hi

    Smarltist design vs smartlist builder

    Can you run both ?
    Is smartlist designer part of core or an additional module?
    I noticed the comment about refreshable Excel sheets – (bit confused as always about using the SQL tables comment.
    1.You can only create\publish an Excel report from a SmartList Designer query that has been built using a SQL view. If you’ve used SQL tables in your SmartList Designer query you will not be able to publish it to an Excel report. This is the first version of this new feature so we expect it to be expanded beyond SQL views in a future update. You can use existing GP SQL Views or build your own.


  2. Hi Virginia

    Yes, Smartlist Designer and Smartlist Builder can be used at the same time. Smartlist Designer is part of core and so you should be able to use it. Smartlist Builder is a much more powerful product so I am not sure if it is worth using both.

    The comment on SQL tables you mentioned sounds like it only works for a single SQL View. It does not work if you have used SQL tables and joined them yourself. This should not really be a problem as you can just create a view of the select statement with the joined SQL tables. Then it is a single SQL View and should work fine.



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