These are exciting times indeed! Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015 Developer’s Preview is now available for partners to download, as featured over at Developing for Dynamics GP by Kevin Racer , Sr. Program Manager Lead with the Microsoft Dynamics GP team (See Microsoft announces Developer Preview for Dynamics GP 2015 )
In my previous post I talked about all the out of the box options for setting up Integration Manager (“IM”) logs and frankly, the Trace level log is good for most users of IM users. However, when “good” is not good enough, it’s necessary to resort to some of the objects and functions available as part of IM’s scripting library.
When executing Dynamics Utilities for a brand new installation of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 R2 you may have noticed a new window in the guiding wizard. This window is the Web Client SQL Server Login window, which allows you to specify a common SQL account that will be created during the system database setup process
The SOP Entry window pictured above has been modified to bring the Description up to the first line. This made the window quite wide, but my goal was to get as much of the description visible as possible. The expanded view looks almost the same as the original, except I added the Item Code field as can be seen below: If you would like a copy of this modified window for yourself, you can download the package file containing this window here: https://app.box.com/s/z2sujz9pu62jbybhxb4b This is a GP2013 R2 window
The Flexicoder product is one of the most interesting ones in the mix offered from eOne. Businesses that need it, REALLY need it while the businesses that don’t, REALLY don’t
We’re all looking for fields we can use for something else without bringing the system down.
Forever I’ve wanted the account description on the first line of the GL Transaction Entry window. Well now I have it! It took me all day to create, but at least now it exists. I shouldn’t be the only one who benefits from my labor, so I’m going to make it available to you.