Using the Named System Database Feature for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013

Aaron Donat - Click for blog homepageThis is a reposting of an article Aaron Donat originally wrote on my Developing for Dynamics GP blog.

After visiting with a group of Partners who attended the Technical Airlift this past week in Fargo, it became clear that the design intent behind the Named System Database feature and the perception of how it could be used in the field were not on the same page. With that, I decided that we really need to clear this misconception up and walk though the details of what the Named System Database feature can and can’t do for you.

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Dynamics GP 2013 Web Client Infrastructure Overview

Aaron Donat - Click for blog homepageThis is a reposting of an article Aaron Donat originally wrote on my Developing for Dynamics GP blog.

With the newly announced release of Microsoft Dynamics 2013 Beta to all partners, what better time to begin talking about the Dynamics GP Web Client since there is HUGE excitement around this feature.  With the “BUZZ” floating around the Fargo campus this week, now is the time to start sharing the foundation of what GP Web Client really is, what are those required and deployed components and how does this product actually function. Over the next few posts, I will be covering these dependencies attempting to get you to started thinking about the GP Web Client as much as you think about Dynamics GP today. We all realize that in order to have a successful deployments, the single most important component in any deployment is the pre-planning and coordination effort. We want to help you in that planning and coordination and will do the best we can through documentation and videos. With that said, everyone’s focus right now is getting the GP Web Client up running in your environment and begin understanding the requirements so you can position and sell it to our customers.

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