It’s high time I blog about this. Those who are on Mac and use MS Word for Mac, this is going to be real time saver. Let me brief the issue first
Following on from my last post, Customising the Company Login window series – Visual Studio Tools revisited – Visual C# , where I completed the Customising the Company Login window customisation using Visual Studio and Visual C#, I wanted to create the same example using Visual Basic .Net. Thanks to Tim Wappat from the Dynamic Coding Blocks blog for his post which helped me get past the issues I was having accessing the Continuum Integration Library: How to make GP company login text boxes longer Using the same approach as the Visual C# example, I repeating the process using Visual Basic .Net. Below are the steps I used for Visual Basic .Net Ensure Visual Studio Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP is installed
I am sure you have heard about the Sydney Siege yesterday.
With the introduction of Dynamics GP 2013 R2, Microsoft delivered support for application database backups onto Windows Azure blob storage service from within GP itself. Azure Blob storage is a service for storing large amounts of unstructured data, such as text or binary data, that can be accessed from anywhere in the world via HTTP or HTTPS
Just before I left Microsoft, I was writing a series of blog articles about Customising the Company Login window so that you could see the full company name in the drop down list for long company names. I had shown how to achieve the customisation with Dexterity and with Visual Basic for Applications, but was having problems getting it to work from Visual Studio Tools.
In my previous post, Average Days to Pay Calculation (SQL Code) , I had provided a SQL stored procedure that calculates a customer’s ADTP for a given point of time (between two dates). While this was perfect, it does not include fully applied but open invoices
It has been an exciting ride combing through the features and capabilities of the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Service Based Architecture components, starting at the core with the new and enhanced .NET interoperability capabilities within Microsoft Dexterity, all the way to the new service base architecture foundation built into Microsoft Dynamics GP to expand the realm of integrations that can be accomplished in today’s fast paced, application (Apps) dominated world, whether those applications are native to the Windows platform or cross-platform, whether they reside in the cloud or on premise, and regardless of the form factor. I wanted to provide this single point of reference to reach all entries in the series, which saw 5 articles over the past 5 months. Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Developer’s Preview: Loading the VHD image – Part 1 (Aug 29, 2014) Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Developer’s Preview: Working with Sample URIs – Part 2 (Sep 24, 2014) Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Developer’s Preview: .NET Framework Interoperability – Part 3 (Oct 29, 2014) Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Developer’s Preview: Dexterity Service Patterns – Part 4 (Nov 25, 2014) Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Developer’s Preview: Dexterity Service Patterns – Part 5 (Dec 1, 2014) Since Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 is now available to the general public, my focus will turn to keeping you abreast of those application nuggets, point out any glaring issues or problems, and continue to work with the development community at large to maximize the technological foundations of the product.