Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Upgrade Blog Series … – MSDN Blogs

A blog dedicated to everything to enable Developing for Microsoft Dynamics GP by David Musgrave and the Microsoft Dynamics GP Developer Support Team.

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April 28, 2013 · David Musgrave · No Comments
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Last Votes for Top 100 Most Influential People in Microsoft Dynamics 2013

David Meego - Click for blog homepageVoting for the Top 100 Most Influential People in Microsoft Dynamics for 2013 is almost over. Voting closes on 30th April 2013.

Please take some time out to vote for the Dynamics GP people in the list.

See the posts below for a great summary of the GP people in the list:

 

For more details see my post:

 

Thanks to all those who have voted for me (on Page 4).

David

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April 26, 2013 · David Musgrave · No Comments
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Web Client Deployment Guide for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013

The introduction of the Web Client for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 produces some challenges for those that are in pre-deployment and deployment roles.

There has been some exposure to the various stack technologies with the Business Portal, Workflow, Web Services and eConnect, but none have taken us to the depth that the Web Client does. This is especially true for an Internet-Facing Deployment (IFD) of the Web Client.

The questions that we don’t ask always seem to delay an implementation. The questions that we don’t know to ask are the ones that cause the implementation to derail.

To help prevent this from occurring, the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Web Client Deployment Guide was created.

This tool is designed to:

  • Aid in the gathering of data regarding the environment to which the Web Client will be deployed
  • Ask the questions that may not have been asked
  • Save the proposed settings for the deployment to an XML format and allow for those settings to be reimported should changes be needed
  • Create a Microsoft Word document that assists the decision-makers understand what is being proposed.

The Web Client Deployment Guide can be downloaded and installed from the Web Client Hot Topic Page. Here is the URL to that page:

CustomerSource
https://mbs.microsoft.com/customersource/support/selfsupport/hottopics/hottopic_mdgp2013_webclient.htm?printpage=false

PartnerSource
https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/support/selfsupport/hottopics/hottopic_mdgp2013_webclient.htm?printpage=false

 

Installation

You will need to extract the contents of the zip file to a location on your hard drive and then double-click on Setup.exe.

The installation process is pretty straight-forward. The installer will walk you through the process.

Once installed, you will see a shortcut on your desktop for the tool. Other than the shortcut, the other option for accessing the tool is from the directory where you chose to install the application.

 

Support

The support for this tool will be done solely through the Community Forums. Feel free to open a new post regarding any issues you see or any suggestions you find that would assist in the process of deploying.

 

I am very excited for being involved in the release of this tool and I’m confident that the use of the tool in the deployment will be time that is well-spent.

 

Best Regards,

Jason

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April 25, 2013 · Jason Lech · No Comments
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Developing Microsoft Dynamics GP Business Applications by Leslie Vail

If you’re a regular visitor to my blog, you’ll be aware that I have been doing a detailed review of Leslie Vail’s book Developing Microsoft Dynamics GP Business Applications; I sometimes feel that in my reviews I may be coming … Continue reading

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April 18, 2013 · Ian Grieve · No Comments
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Top 100 Most Influential People in Microsoft Dynamics … – azurecurve

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April 18, 2013 · Ian Grieve · No Comments
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Top 100 Most Influential People in Microsoft Dynamics 2013

David Meego - Click for blog homepageWow. Just Wow.

The Top 100 Most Influential People in Microsoft Dynamics for 2013 has reached the voting stage and I was not planning to make much of a fuss over it.

I didn’t need to.

The Microsoft Dynamics GP community led by the MVPs has taken over and is promoting for people to vote for me.

I must say that the support I have in the community is outstanding and very much appreciated. Thank you.

 

Now go through the Top 100 list and vote for all the Dynamics GP people you can find.

Here are some of the posts from around the blogsphere:

 

Don’t forget to keep coming back and voting as volume helps.  

David

PS: I am on Page 4.

PPS: Hey Doug… If I ever get to a conference… I will give you some Tim Tams. 

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April 18, 2013 · David Musgrave · No Comments
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Convergence Attendees: Continue the Learning!

Now that you’ve returned from Convergence 2013, be sure to continue the learning! In addition to viewing the session downloads and recordings, extend the value of your Convergence attendance by leveraging the enhanced learning opportunities that are available with online Hands on Labs. To take the labs, all you need is your computer, so set aside some time during your day – or night! – for this informative, hands on training.

To get started, log into the secure portion of the Convergence website (using the same login credentials as when you registered for the event–either your username and password OR our Microsoft account), and navigate to Schedule Builder; search by session type “Hands on Lab”. You can also filter by product to drill down even further. When you’ve found the lab you want to take, launch the lab by clicking on “View Lab”.

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April 17, 2013 · Pam Misialek · No Comments
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