Tag: support debugging tool
Errol Schoenfish on the Inside Dynamics GP Blog has confirmed that the release date for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 (v12) is 19 th December 2012. For details check out his post on the blog: Microsoft announces Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 planned availability of December 19, 2012 The official News Release is available at: Microsoft Dynamics December Product Releases Deliver New Capabilities and Value to Customers Looking forward to enjoying all the new features offered in this release.
As promised in my post Quick Tip: Creating a Splitter control between panes of a window with Dexterity , I have updated the concept of my previous post: Resizing SmartList TreeView and ListView panes using the Support Debugging Tool to use a Splitter control rather than selecting a percentage via a menu option. In this example, I am using some un-supported techniques with the Support Debugging Tool , so test this out thoroughly on your test environment before rolling it out in a live environment. Disclaimer: The code used in this example uses the Splitter control and Virtual Fields, both of which are untested, undocumented and unsupported. Use at your own risk. Also Splitters will not work with the upcoming Dynamics GP 2013 Web Client Here is the splitter in action on the SmartList window.
With FRx not being compatible with Management Reporter, it’s time to make plans now so it doesn’t become a barrier into upgrading. The Management Reporter release schedule is a rapid release schedule with features being added in a quick succession, so if you haven’t looked at it in a while, now is the time to look into it.
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For many years Dexterity developers have wanted to be able to add a splitter control to windows with “panes” created with lists, treeviews or listviews. Using the window Object property Resizeable set to True-Per Field, developers have created windows which can be resized but the join between the panes has been fixed as either Stay Left, Stay Centered, or Stay Right. The issue is that as the window size grows, the position of the join between the panes means that usually one pane on the window is of a less than optimal size