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.
It is designed to be used to post newly integrated batches of transactions real time and can be called via Dexterity, Visual Studio Tools or as a Service Based Architecture (SBA) Web Service (for v14.0 or later).
I know I have been quiet on the blog over the last few weeks, but this is because I have been working hard on developing the new builds for the Winthrop Development Consultants products.
These builds will add support for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2016 as well as add some new features and enhancements to the products.
Service Based Architecture (SBA) was released with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015, it covers technologies to make Dynamics GP more accessible to external applications by allowing Dexterity global procedures to be exposed as Web Services. It also allows Dexterity code to directly access and use .Net objects via the .Net Interop.
SBA opens up an entire new world of development opportunities.
As mentioned in my article #GPPT: GP Power Tools says it is unregistered on login, but is registered, an issue was discovered with Batch Posting Service Toolkit (BPST) where it would fail for live companies with a registration error, but only when called as a web service via Service Based Architecture (SBA).
You might have heard of the Batch Posting Service Toolkit by now and might be wondering …
- What is the Batch Posting Service Toolkit?
This article explains what you need to know and points you to further resources.
Today, I am proud to announce the upcoming release of a new product from Winthrop Development Consultants.
Welcome to Batch Posting Service Toolkit for Microsoft Dynamics GP for versions GP 2010 (v11.0), GP 2013 (v12.0 including R2) and GP 2015 (v14.00 including R2).