Awesome tip up there on Developing For Dynamics GP blog on how to debug VS Tools For Dynamics GP . I am late in blogging about this post
Part 7 – Tools for Troubleshooting Web Client issues: Command Line Tools Parts 5 and Part 6 of this series, both look at some nice GUI-based tools to analyze web and network traffic. The good thing about these tools is that they allow you to analyze things from the comfort of an application window. However, one needs not to discard some powerful command line base tools that have been around since the early days of DOS – and that’s Disk Operating System, not DOS as in Dos Equis (XX) .
Part 5 – Tools for Troubleshooting Web Client issues: Fiddler In Part 4 of the series, we visited the Microsoft Fix It! solution which allows you to collect myriad of information about your Web Client environment configuration during a support case. Continuing with the series, I will look into Fiddler , which I briefly referenced in my article “Unable to access SnapIn config data Store” accessing Web Management Console when I was having problems with the Web Management Console application
Part 4 – Tools for Troubleshooting Web Client issues: the Web Client Diagnostic tool In Part 2 and Part 3 of this series, I talked about resolving Web Client implementation (installation if you will) and functional issues, respectively, along with some specific information that must be compiled to aid in the troubleshooting process. No troubleshooting process would be complete should we not have the appropriate set of tools to aid in capturing some of this data.
SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 R2 introduced many features in the area of graphical display of information. According to MSDN, there were three new features introduced in SQL Server 2008 R2— maps , sparklines and data bars and indicators. This final article of a three-part series on data visualization will explore the features of indicators as we build reports using Dynamics GP data.
Just finished my first read of the GP 2013 Cookbook and have to say – well done Ian and Mark! As usual, the content and quality of the material presented is just outstanding. The writers have taken the original GP 2010 Cookbook, which is excellent in its own right, added GP 2013 new features to it, and offer an excellent resource of tips and tricks that every GP user should have on their bookshelf or in their e-reader.
The Microsoft Dynamics GP Team invites Dynamics GP VARs and ISVs to join us in Fargo, ND, on September 18-20, for Technical Airlift 2013, hosted by GPPC. The Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Airlift focuses deeply in the product and sales cycles, but also give attendees a unique look into what’s coming and future plans - beyond what you’d get at other events. If you’re a developer, presales consultant, or implementation consultant for Microsoft Dynamics GP, you don’t want to miss this event! Who Should Attend?