In part 2 of the series , I delivered a brief primer on the service architecture in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 and how you are able to consume services natively created with Dexterity. There are two types of services that can be created: services that wrap existing windows and forms functionality, i.e., creating a customer; and services that can wrap around existing sanScript procedures, i.e, retrieving customer information.
Wrap Up Post It’s time to close this chapter, but not without a few thoughts: 1. The Summit keeps attracting more and more attendees each and every year. This year, we maxed out at around 3,500 people which is quite a feat if you put it in perspective
In the part 1 video, I explained how to mount the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Developer’s Preview virtual hard disk using Hyper-V. My intent was to provide a part two showing how to mount the VHD file on Windows Azure, but realized it would take more time than I wanted to invest in really getting the point across on many of the aspects around the new service architecture components, so I have decided to forgo the Azure portion until some other day. Today, I will focus on some of the sample service requests provided on the Developer’s preview image, which can be found in the Example Service Requests.txt file available on the desktop of the image
Business Analyzer App for Windows 8.1 If you are not using Business Analyzer today, shame on you.
I have seen many requests recently for a way to see what Dynamics GP vendors have had no recent activity. Since ‘recent’ can mean different things, I thought I would put together a view that shows the last activity date for each vendor.