On 13 th August in Fargo the Microsoft Dynamics GP development team delivered a hands-on workshop to our Collaborative Development partners around the new Service Based Architecture (SBA) that will be available in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015. Throughout the day the team went over various pieces such as .NET Interop, changes to the current toolsets and implementation considerations. They also provided hands-on learning time with the ISV Preview VM for the partners to work with the new code. In this post I’d like to highlight Kevin from EthoTech, Inc.
A while ago I had a case where the customer was storing data in the DUOS (Dynamic User Object Store) table from a VBA (Visual Basic for Applications) customisation.
Microsoft is pleased to announce the availability of the developer preview for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 . This partner only preview is available to any registered Microsoft Dynamics GP partner and can be downloaded from PartnerSource. The preview itself is comprised of four parts that once downloaded can be extracted into a single virtual machine instance containing a fully functional installation of the Microsoft Dynamics GP Service Based Architecture (SBA). Information on using the virtual machine can be found in the attached readme document (at bottom of article). The preview is intended to promote the exploration and early adoption of the Microsoft Dynamics GP Service Based Architecture by partners and ISV developers and cannot be used for customer test or production environments. The Service Based Architecture is a set of new component services as well as changes to the Dexterity IDE and runtime that enables the creation of REST based web service operations that leverage existing sanScript code based functionality. The Dexterity IDE has also been significantly enhanced to interoperate with Microsoft’s .NET framework making it easier to use .NET classes and objects with in the sanScript language. Users of the preview are encouraged to regularly check our blogs for updates and informational examples on this new architecture. Part 1 File Name Dynamics_GPServiceISVDrop_Aug132014Parts.part1.rar File Size 4193280 KB https://mbs2.microsoft.com/fileexchange/?fileID=56a379f7-b982-49cd-aff7-ccc72beace34 Part 2 File Name Dynamics_GPServiceISVDrop_Aug132014Parts.part2.rar File Size 4193280 KB https://mbs2.microsoft.com/fileexchange/?fileID=0b147e80-0b5d-4087-ba30-3a90e2d95496 Part 3 File Name Dynamics_GPServiceISVDrop_Aug132014Parts.part3.rar File Size 4193280 KB https://mbs2.microsoft.com/fileexchange/?fileID=e26be271-a258-434f-be22-4258b4ccb796 Part 4 File Name Dynamics_GPServiceISVDrop_Aug132014Parts.part4.rar File Size 1084807 KB https://mbs2.microsoft.com/fileexchange/?fileID=3d5aa62c-48d7-4d4c-9e7e-07e47f95d2d5 Don’t forget to download the Readme document attached to the bottom of this article.
Following on from my post: Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2 updates to Report Writer Functions , I have to admit that I made a mistake. The Problem The update to the RW_CoAddrIDInfo() report writer function has broken the code.
Recently there was a question on the forums regarding passing parameters to custom SSRS reports assigned to Dynamics GP windows.