Welcome to Batch Posting Service Toolkit for Microsoft Dynamics GP for versions GP 2010 (v11.0), GP 2013 (v12.0 including R2) and GP 2015 (v14.00 including R2).
Batch Posting Service Toolkit for Microsoft Dynamics GP is a Dexterity integrated software tool that contains a series of service procedures which can be used to retrieve lists of batches and post individual batches within Microsoft Dynamics GP.
These procedures can be called via Service Based Architecture Web Services (for Version 14.0 or later only), from Visual Studio development system using the Visual Basic or Visual C# languages, or from Dexterity using the sanScript language.
Batch Posting Service Toolkit supports all batch types natively supported by the Master Posting window:
- Financial: General Entry, Clearing Entry, Quick Entry, Budget Transactions
- Sales: Receivables Transaction Entry, Cash Receipts Entry, Invoicing Entry, Sales Transaction Entry
- Purchasing: Payables Transaction Entry, Manual Payment Entry, Receivings Entry, Invoice Matching Entry, Purchase Returns Entry
- Inventory: Transaction Entry, Transfer Entry, Assembly Entry
With today’s modern Microsoft Dynamics GP system, it is very common for transactional data to be imported into the system using tools such as eConnect, Web Services or the new Service Based Architecture (SBA) Web Services. With Batch Posting Service Toolkit, it is possible to post any batch in the system via an external call.
If you are a customer that imports transactions from an external application such as an eCommerce website, you can now post the batch of transactions automatically with a single web service call.
If you are an Independent Software Vendor (ISV) who has a product that imports transactions into Microsoft Dynamics GP, you can now post the transactions by leveraging the services exposed in the Batch Posting Service Toolkit.
For more information, please see the Batch Posting Service Toolkit Portal Page:
Hope you will find this product useful for your Microsoft Dynamics GP system.
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