This is an interesting script which I have decided to post in this article. When we configure CRM Connector with Dynamics GP for the sample company (Fabricam, Inc.,), there is a known issue in the way the sample company data is structured.
In the last post I discussed installing the correct version of the Access Database Engine Redistributable. One further point to remember is that the x64 distributable cannot be installed in the normal way if the x86 version of Microsoft Office … Continue reading →
I have taken some more time to review the SmartList Designer feature release in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 SP2 and wanted to compile all my information together for you. I have noted any big changes to my list in red for you to easily find. While it is a nice addition to SmartList from Microsoft and features such as the Results preview and the ability to create new SmartLists based on the default SmartLists , it is still missing a lot of features that SmartList Builder has already.
… when it comes to SQL Server
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Service Pack 2 fixes Named Printers and Page Orientation settings not being honoured
As mentioned in my post, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, Printer Selection, Named Printers, Page Orientation and the System Print Dialog , there was an issue where the feature to allow the printer destination to be changed after the report had been printed to screen did not honour printer setting changes made by Named Printers or the page orientation setting from report writer. This issue was logged as Problem Report 68382: GP 2013 System Print Dialog ignores printer Destination provided on Run Report command (as used by Named Printers). I am happy to announce that this bug has been fixed in Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Service Pack 2. So now you can have printer selection cake and eat it too.
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 SP2 – Things to consider when moving your Visual Studio Tools add-ins to the web client
One of the features included in the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Service Pack 2 release was the ability to now render Visual Studio Tools customizations in the web client. For those of you that missed the overview session of this feature at the recent Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Airlift 2013 , I thought I’d share some “things to consider” in a post. For those not familiar with the VS Tools functionality, it allows ISV developers to create integrations for Dynamics GP using the .NET framework