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This is the first in a series of articles that are designed to help you understand how the Support Debugging Tool works and how you can leverage its different features. In the past, I have described features without explaining how these features can be used and what the differences between different modes is. With this series I hope to remedy that situation.
We have three classroom training opportunities for partners. Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 will be a game changer in the market. Get ready and be part of making the future. Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Technical Airlift http://gptechnicalairlift.com/ This training is targeted toward Consultants and Developers. Registration numbers are growing and we are limited to 400 attendees, so register soon. Also there is another event happening in Fargo, so book your hotel ASAP. JumpStart Training for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 This training is targeted toward Consultants. With the new web client, consultants need to understand implementing in a web environment. This one day training will get you up to speed on topics like IIS, web services, firewalls and many other topics. Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Presales Readiness Times have changed and the way we sell has to change as well. This one day training will get you ready to tell the Microsoft Dynamics GP story and show the product off. After attending this training you will be able to close more deals and will have guidence of changes you can make in your organization to grow
In the last couple of weeks I have seen a couple of GP consultants / advanced users try and disable products the long way, manually editing the dynamics.set file – Steps to disable third-party products or temporarily disable additional products in the Dynamics.set file in Microsoft Dynamics GP Although this works – there is a much easy way to do this! Use the Dictionary control window in Support debugging tool. I personally think, it takes letter time to install Support debugging tool, then to do this manually – plus you don’t have to worry about making mistakes.
Based on some reader requests, this new view is a combination of my All SOP Line Items view and the recently posted script showing how to get a concatenated list of serial numbers in SQL .
There are many times we see that a user removes a record from Microsoft Dynamics GP, but the Extender data is left in the database. If a new record is creating that happens to have the same Key on it, the data then links to that new record. Using the Table Links, it is possible to have the Extender data removed when the Microsoft Dynamics GP data it is linked to is removed as well. Linking an Extender Window to a table ensures that the Extender Window’s data is deleted when the corresponding Microsoft Dynamics GP table record is removed. A window can be linked to more than one table. When linked to more than one table, the Extender Window data will only be deleted when there is not a corresponding record in any of the linked tables.