This is a reposting of an article Chris Roehrich originally wrote on my Developing for Dynamics GP blog.
In this post I will talk about the changes made to the API for eConnect for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 and how developers can take advantage of these changes to affect their custom application. If you have been using eConnect 2010 you have already realized that there is a new Windows service running called the eConnect for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Integration Service. This is a change from the version 9 and 10 days where there was a COM+ application for eConnect that appeared under Component Services. Like the eConnect COM+ application, the eConnect 2010 service runs under a Windows user that requires DYNGRP role access in the DYNAMICS and company databases. I will breakdown some of the other changes in the following sections.