I am pleased to announce that the next build of GP Power Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP (GPPT) is now available for download.
GP Power Tools is the industry leading suite of tools to designed to make your Microsoft Dynamics GP life simpler and easier. Features have been specifically designed and created to enhance the user experience, simplify the administrator experience and provide power debugging and customisation tools to consultants and support engineers.
This is why GP Power Tools should be installed on every workstation of every Microsoft Dynamics GP system globally.
I am pleased to announce that the next build of the Batch Posting Service Toolkit for Microsoft Dynamics GP (BSPT) is now available for download.
The Batch Posting Service Toolkit provides service procedures to retrieve a list of Batch Numbers for a specified Batch Source and to post the batch for a specified Batch Source and Batch Number.
Use the tool to post newly integrated transaction batches real time using calls from Dexterity, Visual Studio Tools or as a Service Based Architecture (SBA) Web Service (for v14.0 or later).
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR ALL USERS OF VISUAL STUDIO INTEGRATION TOOLKIT
This article is to announce a new build of the Visual Studio Integration Toolkit for Microsoft Dynamics GP (VSIT) is now available for download.
This new build coincides with the change in ordering and support for Visual Studio Integration Toolkit. From now on, Winthrop Development Consultants is handling all distribution and support for Visual Studio Integration Toolkit directly. Mekorma will no longer be involved with this free product.
Thanks to Kim Peterson from Dynamics Connections, I am pleased to release a new video demonstration of Winthrop Development Consultants’ GP Power Tools (build 23).
Watch to learn why every Microsoft Dynamics GP site globally should have GP Power Tools and why many partners now install GP Power Tools as part of their standard installation.
Today’s article comes after a GP Power Tools customer asked for the ability to track when the Credit Limit on a Customer Master record was changed.
A user of the system had made changes to a customer’s credit limit without permission and the financial controller wanted to be notified if this ever happened again.
When Dexterity was first implemented on SQL Server for version 3.15, there was a number of decisions made on how to map the datatypes, fields and tables designed for ISAM platforms such as Ctree and Btrieve/Pervasive SQL to work on SQL Server.
One of the decisions was how to map the individual date and time control types to work with the datetime datatype in SQL Server.
At last month’s Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference 2017 in Fargo, North Dakota, USA, Mariano and I presented the session “Yet Another 25 Development Tricks and Hacks in 50 Minutes” with tips 51 to 75.
During this session, we presented a tip on how to control the mouse cursor from Dexterity. When developer, Mark Fuglie tried to use the tip, it did not work for him.