This was my first book as a reviewer this year. I am in fact a bit too late to write about this gem.
We have another SmartConnect video demo by Chris Hanson, one of our Senior Consultants, for this week’s Tech Tuesday! It focuses on the SQL Task option in SmartConnect. The SQL Task option has been in SmartConnect for a while now. You can run a SQL Task at any point during an integration process, but the most common location would be at the record/document level.
The Modifying Existing SmartLists feature will allow you to modify any existing SmartList. If it was created in SmartList Builder, it will open that setup. If it is one of the default lists that come with SmartList, it will create a new SmartList Builder setup that mimics the default list. It isn’t going to modify the actual default list, but is going to create a new one and hide the original. Let’s look at the feature in more detail when trying to modify one of the default lists that come with SmartList such as the Vendor list. With this new feature, you will be able to highlight any existing SmartList and click the Modify button in SmartList.
With the new release of SmartList Builder on Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, SmartList will automatically get updated if you have it open when you save a setup in SmartList Builder. This means there is no more closing SmartList and relaunching it to say Yes to the following message to see the changes you have made. You can leave SmartList open and it will refresh the SmartList that was changed and display the changes.