I recently posted a method of repurposing the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 R2 Intelligent Cloud Insights page to show a website of your choice.
However, if you are running an earlier version of Microsoft Dynamics GP you also have the option to display a custom website by repurposing the Connect pane on the user’s Homepage.
You might have seen my posts on Twitter and Facebook recently about my new
toy mini laptop PC, the crowd funded GPD Pocket 2.
I have been burnt before with crowd funded projects (I supported 3 smartwatches and only one make it to production and it under-delivered 😦 ), so I was wary of getting involved again. However, this was the second generation of the GPD Pocket and demo devices had already been delivered to a number of YouTube reviewers. I felt fairly safe to get involved with crowd funding again, as this would give me a discount and get the device earlier.
A little while back I was discussing the Microsoft Dynamics GP HTML5 Web Client with an Australian Partner Consultant and he told me about an issue I was not aware of with date formats.
It turns out that the HTML5 web client does not display date formats correctly for anyone outside of North America. More specifically, the date format used in the application windows is in MM/DD/YYYY format regardless of your workstation’s regional settings.
After the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 over the weekend, I am pleased to announce that all Winthrop Development Consultants products are now available for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018.
True to their word, the Microsoft Dynamics GP Development team have released Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 as scheduled on the 1st December 2017.
Overnight, I received email notifications and saw the blog posts from Microsoft and a couple of the MVPs. Continue reading
At the end of July, Terry Heley from Microsoft posted the System Requirements for the upcoming Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 release.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2018 is currently scheduled for release in the December 2017 timeframe.