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Tech Tuesday: SmartConnect & Salesforce: External ID Fields

Watch as our Senior Consultant, Chris Hanson, takes us through a video on SmartConnect and Salesforce integrations. Salesforce provides an option to simplify integrations to its multiple objects by allowing users to create and modify External ID fields. The following video illustrations how to leverage an existing External ID to integrate into Salesforce.

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Tech Tuesday: SmartConnect & Salesforce: External ID Fields

March 3, 2015 · Frank Hamelly MCP-GP MCT MVP · No Comments
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Applying Payables Documents in SmartConnect Integrations


Today we’re presenting our first ever “Tech Thursday” (since we know you can’t get enough of our Tech Tuesdays) from our Director of Professional Services,

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February 26, 2015 · Frank Hamelly MCP-GP MCT MVP · No Comments
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Setting up Dynamics GP 2015 in 15 minutes

In the past year, I have done a few run throughs of setting up Dynamics GP 2013 in 5/10/15 minutes much to the amazement of experienced consultants. Now The GP 2015 Virtual Machine is available in the MSDN Azure gallery, so you can start doing the same magic with the latest version of GP. If you need help with this, feel free to add a comment or shoot an email and I will put up a short video tutorial.

Read the post from Errol – Announcing, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 image available in the MSDN Azure gallery.

Do you need to access a Microsoft Dynamics GP web client installation for a quick test or demo? Need access to a Microsoft Dynamics GP development environment? The Microsoft Dynamics GP images available in the MSDN gallery on Microsoft Azure can help. Use this image to create a virtual machine with Microsoft Dynamics GP fully configured in a matter of a few minutes. The resulting image will contain Visual Studio 2013 Premium and SQL Server 2012 Express along with the following Microsoft Dynamics GP components.

    • Microsoft Dynamics GP
    • Microsoft Dynamics GP Web Client
    • Microsoft Dynamics GP SDK
    • Dexterity for Microsoft Dynamics GP
    • Dexterity Shared Components
    • eConnect for Microsoft Dynamics GP
    • Visual Studio Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP
    • Web Services for Microsoft Dynamics GP
    • Web Services for Microsoft Dynamics GP SDK
    • Microsoft Dynamics GP pre-requisite software (including Microsoft Lync 2010 SDK Runtime, Microsoft Silverlight 5, Open XML SDK 2.0 for Microsoft Office and Microsoft Application Error Reporting)

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February 21, 2015 · Jivtesh Singh · No Comments
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Tech Tuesday: Will Removing a Modified SmartList Remove It’s Favorites?


This week our Tech Tuesday is from Jared Dux, he will be answering the question: Will removing a modified SmartList remove it’s favorites?
 
The answer is yes and no – it depends on when the favorite was created. The example below demonstrates what you can expect if you decide to remove a SmartList that was modified using SmartList Builder. Starting with

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February 17, 2015 · Frank Hamelly MCP-GP MCT MVP · No Comments
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SmartConnect 2014 R2 Released

We are happy to announce that we have released SmartConnect 2014 R2. 

Microsoft Dynamics GP Compatibility Changes:
With this release, SmartConnect is now compatible with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015.  With that, this build of SmartConnect is compatible with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015, 2013, and 2010.  Please note that it is no longer compatible with Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0. 

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February 6, 2015 · Nicole Albertson · No Comments
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Tech Tuesday: SmartList Builder Call to Action

This week I want to shake things up a little bit with our Tech Tuesday. Instead of me telling you something great about what you can do with one of the eOne products, I want you to tell me what you are using SmartList Builder for. This includes SmartList Builder, Excel Report Builder, and Navigation List Builder.

You may be familiar with the Templates that we have available today for SmartList

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Tech Tuesday: SmartList Builder Call to Action

February 3, 2015 · Nicole Albertson · No Comments
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Hololens in the real world

I have been geeking out about the Hololens for a couple of weeks now. However, just like any revolutionary technology – the key is how it would fit in the real world. James Ashley, a Kinect MVP has a great post with 21 ideas around Hololens

Here are my favorites from his list.

Education

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While cool visuals will make education more interesting, the biggest benefit of HoloLens for education is simple access. Children in rural areas in the US have to travel long distances to achieve a decent education. Around the world, the problem of rural education is even worse. What if educators could be brought to the children instead? This is one of the stated goals of Facebook’s purchase of Oculus Rift and HoloLens can do the same job just as well and probably better.

Shopping

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Amazon made one click shopping make sense. Shopping and the psychology of shopping changes when we make it more convenient, effectively turning instant gratification into a marketing strategy. Using HoloLens AR, we can remodel a room with virtual furniture and then purchase all the pieces on an interactive menu floating in the air in front of us when we find the configuration we want. We can try and buy virtual clothes. With a wave of the hand we can stock our pantry, stock our refrigerator … wait, come to think of it, with decent AR, do we even need furniture or clothes anymore?

Medical Care

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Technology can be used for interesting diagnostic and rehabilitation functions. The depth sensors that come with HoloLens will no doubt be used in these ways eventually. But like education, one of the great problems in medical care right now is access. If we can’t bring the patient to the doctor, let’s bring the GP to the patient and do regular check ups.

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February 3, 2015 · Jivtesh Singh · No Comments
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