Winthrop Development Consultants Newsletter – May 2019


David Meego - Click for blog homepageSince the end of the 2018 conference season we have been hard at work updating our product range. This includes two major updates to GP Power Tools and new releases for Batch Posting Service Toolkit and Visual Studio Integration Toolkit. To take advantage of all the new features, enhancements and fixes (for free), please update to the latest code.

If you want to learn more about the benefits of our product range, please watch the short presentation:

https://www.winthropdc.com/ftp/pub/GPPowerTools_Benefits.ppsx

GP Power Tools (GPPT)

Build 26 was released in February 2019 and build 27 released in May 2019.

These two builds add many new features to each of the modules, including Automatic Timeout, User Activity Logging, Launch File Configuration, Dynamic Product Selection, SQL Login Maintenance, SQL Gotos, Triggers on Modifier Added Fields and Modal Dialogs and much more.

https://winthropdc.wordpress.com/2019/02/12/gppt-gp-power-tools-build-26-released/
https://winthropdc.wordpress.com/2019/02/13/gppt-automatic-logout-for-microsoft-dynamics-gp/
https://winthropdc.wordpress.com/2019/02/13/gppt-managing-user-licenses-with-gp-power-tools/
https://winthropdc.wordpress.com/2019/05/24/gppt-gp-power-tools-build-27-released/

Batch Posting Service Toolkit (BPST)

Build 10 was released in December 2018 with a hotfix released in May 2019.

This build added a suite of additional web services to allow for the creation, editing and deleting of batch records. Core Dynamics GP web services allow for the addition of transactions to batches but provides no method to create or post the batches…. This is where Batch Posting Service Toolkit comes in.

https://winthropdc.wordpress.com/2018/12/20/bpst-batch-posting-service-toolkit-build-10-released/

Visual Studio Integration Toolkit (VSIT)

Build 15 was released in November 2018 with a hotfix released in May 2019.

The highlight of this build was the addition of over 220 helper functions for use by Visual Studio developers to expose many functions normally only available to Dexterity developers.

https://winthropdc.wordpress.com/2018/11/29/vsit-visual-studio-integration-toolkit-build-15-released/
https://winthropdc.wordpress.com/2018/11/30/vsit-visual-studio-integration-toolkit-helper-functions/

Upcoming Conferences

David Musgrave will be attending four conferences in 3 countries over 5 months. Make sure you touch base if you are at one of the following events:

User Group World Tour 2019 – Johannesburg, South Africa – 12-13 June 2019
https://www.usergroupworldtour.com/locations/gp/johannesburg

User Group Summit Australia 2019 – Melbourne, Australia – 20-23 August 2019
http://au.usergroupsummit.com/home

GP Technical Conference 2019 – Fargo, ND, USA – 9-11 September 2019
https://www.gptechconf.com/home

User Group Summit North America 2019 – Orlando, FL, USA – 15-18 October 2019
https://na.usergroupsummit.com/home

Looking forward to seeing you there.

Training Opportunities

Dexterity Training is being offered in the week following the Johannesburg conference and in the week prior to the Orlando conference. If you want to understand how Microsoft Dynamics GP works behind the scenes, please contact us for details. Note that this training is for any developer working with Microsoft Dynamics GP regardless of which development tool you plan to work with.

https://winthropdc.wordpress.com/2019/05/20/announcing-dexterity-training-after-user-group-world-tour-2019-in-johannesburg-south-africa/

GP Power Tools Training is being offered on the free workshop day before the Johannesburg conference and during the GPUG Academy training days before the Orlando conference. This training is a must if you want to understand and fully utilize everything GP Power Tools is capable of.

https://winthropdc.wordpress.com/2019/05/21/gppt-gp-power-tools-training-before-user-group-world-tour-2019-in-johannesburg-south-africa/

 

Thanks for your support.

David

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

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