I got a new MacBook Pro couple of days back and needless to say, I am more than excited to use it. I have been a Mac OS user for the past 1 year, as I had already replaced my personal computing machine from an old warrior named Lenovo N300 to an amazing MacBook Air. Been driven by that experience, I had always been yearning for my work computer to get changed to a MacBook too.
A blog dedicated to everything to enable Developing for Microsoft Dynamics GP by David Musgrave and the Microsoft Dynamics GP Developer Support Team.
I got many requests from my customers on how to make this happens and I used to create a package and send it to the users for import. However with the new Licensing structure, everybody owns the modifier as a part of the starter pack! Therefore anyone can do the following steps to activate this: Open the Form. Go to Tools> > Customize > > Modify Current Window Select the field and switch “Required” to true as shown below: Hope that this helps! Regards, — Mohammad R.
Customers who are running Business Portal cannot upgrade to GP 2013 till march as the Business Portal has not yet released, take a look into the announcement from Inside Microsoft Dynamics GP Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/gp/archive/2013/01/08/microsoft-dynamics-gp-2013-business-portal-update.aspx Regards, — Mohammad R. Daoud MVP – MCT MCP, MCBMSP, MCTS, MCBMSS +962 – 79 – 999 65 85 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.di.jo
I recently came across a situation recently that highlighted the importance of using the correct best practice when developing Dexterity applications for multiple versions at the same time. While working on the Support Debugging Tool build 17 , which included the update for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 , I came across an issue where the SDT code for GP 10.0 and GP 2010 became corrupted. The result of the corruption was that the local buttons on the Dexterity forms lost their captions and images, and opening the corrupted windows could cause Dynamics GP to crash