#Dexterity Development Environments – Part 4: Creating Chunk Files


David Meego - Click for blog homepageThis is the fourth article in my series about setting up and working with your Dexterity Development Environments.

If you have not read the previous articles, please do so first using the links below:

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I am off to #ReigniteGP 2017 in Gauteng, South Africa


David Meego - Click for blog homepageLast night I boarded an airplane from Perth, Western Australia heading to Johannesburg, South Africa.

When this article is published, I will be somewhere flying over the Indian Ocean with a couple more hours before landing.

I am going to the ReigniteGP 2017 conference in Gauteng, Johannesburg and will spend a week with the South African Microsoft Dynamics GP community.

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#Dexterity Development Environments – Part 3: Single Code Base


David Meego - Click for blog homepageThis is the third article in my series about setting up and working with your Dexterity Development Environments.

If you have not read the previous articles, please do so first using the links below:

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#Dexterity Development Environments – Part 2: Setting up Projects


David Meego - Click for blog homepageThis is the second article in my series about setting up your Dexterity Development Environments.

If you have not read the previous article, please do so first using the link below:

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#Dexterity Development Environments – Part 1: Installation


David Meego - Click for blog homepageThis article has been a long time coming and is the first of a series of articles on how I set up my machine for developing Dexterity applications across multiple versions.

I promised I would detail how my system is set up a while back at the reImagine 2015 conference and had never got around to writing the article until now.

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#GPPT Adding data from any SQL table to SOP Documents


David Meego - Click for blog homepageFollowing on from my recent article, #GPPT Adding Vendor Item Number to SOP Documents, I thought it would be worth showing how we can use GP Power Tools custom Report Writer functions with a SQL Query to obtain any data available from any table on the SQL Server.

To make this happen we are going to combine the Runtime Execute Setup custom RW function code with a SQL script created in SQL Execute Setup. Note that these techniques, which have been available since June 2009, are completely Web Client compatible which makes them even more valuable now.

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#GPPT Adding Vendor Item Number to SOP Documents


David Meego - Click for blog homepageIn my previous post, RW: Using the rw_TableLineString() and rw_TableLineCurrency() Report Writer functions, I mentioned the six report writer functions which can be used by developers to get custom data onto reports.

GP Power Tools takes advantage of these functions to allow the creation of custom Report Writer functions. In fact, this custom report writer function feature has been available since the release of the Support Debugging Tool build 11 in June 2009.

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