“Significant gaps remain as eConnect and Integration Manager stagnate” MVP Mark Polino If you are familiar with MVP Mark Polino you will know that he has always had a love-hate relationship with Microsoft Dynamics GP integration tools – see Mark Polino’s Integration Manager Rant . This time Mark vents out his frustrations (again!) with Integration Manager and eConnect over at MSDynamicsWorld in his new article Integration Frustration: Why Microsoft Dynamics GP Integration Tools Need a Kickstart . If you have your own comments, complaints, or if you are enamored with the tools and think Mark is simply overreacting, please read Mark’s article and add your comments.
Day 4 – Tuesday 22-Mar-2011 – Rest Day in Margaret River – 0 km (0 mi) Today was a rest day in Margaret River, which allowed us to recover from the previous 3 days of riding and prepare for the remaining 5 days. It was nice to sleep in a bit and not to have to pack up the tents in the morning
Day 2 – Sunday 20-Mar-2011 – Pemberton to Karridale – 105 km (65 mi) Click here for Rider Route details . Another early start. Waking up at 6am, we all got dressed, the tents packed up and the bags loaded onto one of the two baggage trucks.
Recently, Rob Anderson and I presented the “What’s New in Dexterity for GP 2010 R2″ session at the Microsoft Dynamics GP Technical Conference in Fargo, so I thought I’d share some of that information with you through a series of posts. One question that comes up a fair amount of the time is around using and saving information with the Control Panel applet for Dexterity Source Code Control especially on machines that have UAC (User Account Control) turned on so I thought I’d tackle that topic first. The key piece of information to remember is that on operating systems that have UAC turned on, the Control Panel applet needs to be run with elevated privileges or it will not be able to write the settings correctly to commit your changes
I started the morning by trying to get up to date with my blogging. I was initially planning to post about each day in the evening of that day or the morning of the next. But, time gets away from you at these events when you are burning the candle at both ends.