I have been back home about a week since the Great Vic Bike Ride 2019, which was an amazing experience. I am planning on posting some additional blog articles with actual maps and elevation/speed graphs as well as photos and video footage from the 700km bike ride. Stay tuned…
In this article, as we approach the end of the year, I wanted to highlight one of the best moments of 2019: the User Group Summit in Orlando in October and especially the #GPPTSelfie Twitter competition that Winthrop Development Consultants ran during the conference.
This is an issue that I found back in April 2019 and reported to Microsoft. I added it to my list of articles to write up where it sat until today. Now that I have seen it happen “in the wild” and not just on my test system, I thought I better spend some time to get it documented.
The error occurs when launching Microsoft Dynamics GP and can happen on any version since about v8.0. When you launch GP it displays the Dexterity Login Dialog and if you don’t log in, it will generate a couple of error dialogs.
The next release of Microsoft Dynamics GP was released today, and Winthrop Development Consultants has already updated its products for Microsoft Dynamics GP – October 2019 release. They are now built against the final “shipping” build.
Check out the previous articles for more information:
With the next release of Microsoft Dynamics GP coming this month, Winthrop Development Consultants wants you to know that it is ready. This release moves Microsoft Dynamics GP to the modern lifecycle and drops the year from the name.
Check out the article from earlier in the week for more information:
It has been two years since a new GP Power Tools full demonstration has been recorded to video. Today, I have uploaded a new one hour GP Power Tools demonstration based on the Build 27 release, along with an extra 8 minute video with additional Developer Tools module examples.
Thanks to the team at InterDyn Artis, especially Margaret Bolding who asked for a GP Power Tools demo for their team and Paul Haag who organised the recording.
Guess what? … there will be no Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R3, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2019 or Microsoft Dynamics GP 2020. Why? Because in early October 2019, we will have Microsoft Dynamics GP instead.
That’s correct, the year will no longer part of the version name for Dynamics GP. In fact version 18 will be the last version of Dynamics GP (in the same way that Windows 10 is the last version of Windows).
In one week from today, I will be getting on the first of three flights and heading back to the USA (after the recent GP Technical Conference in Fargo) for the User Group Summit North America 2019 Conference being held on October 15-18, 2019 at the Gaylord Palms Resort, Kissimmee, Orlando, Florida, USA.
My wife, Jennifer, will be coming with me to help with running our booth at the Expo Hall. Please come see us at Booth 222. Read on for more information on the two training classes and three sessions I am presenting.