Where is the Support Debugging Tool for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015?

Vaidhyanathan Mohan:

David has been working on to gain SDT’s ownership from Microsoft (rightfully) and here is what he had to say:

Originally posted on David Musgrave's Winthrop Development Consultants Blog:

David Meego - Click for blog homepageHello everyone

As most of you know I am the developer of the Support Debugging Tool for Microsoft Dynamics GP (SDT).

The SDT has been provided free of charge to Partners and Customers (via their partners) in the Dynamics community since its release in September 2008. The tool and its feature set have come a long way from the public release of build 9 for GP versions 8.0, 9.0 and 10.0.

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Customising the Company Login window series – Visual Studio Tools revisited – Visual C#

Vaidhyanathan Mohan:

Nice post up there on David’s Winthrop blog on how to customize Company Login window using VS Tools. via @WinthropDC

Originally posted on David Musgrave's Winthrop Development Consultants Blog:

David Meego - Click for blog homepageJust before I left Microsoft, I was writing a series of blog articles about Customising the Company Login window so that you could see the full company name in the drop down list for long company names.

I had shown how to achieve the customisation with Dexterity and with Visual Basic for Applications, but was having problems getting it to work from Visual Studio Tools.

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12 Ways to become a better CRM Developer

Vaidhyanathan Mohan:

Nice post up there on Ben Hosking’s CRM Blog…

Originally posted on Hosk's Dynamic CRM Blog:

Now and again I get asked how to become a better CRM Developer, so I thought I would create a blog to point people towards and here it is.

1.  Decide you want become a better Developer

Improving and becoming a better CRM Developer is a state of mind/attitude, you have to want to get better, you have to strive to be better every day.

It’s like trying to get someone to read a book you like, you can’t make them read that book no matter how good you say it is, it’s only when the person wants to read it.

2.  Make a plan

A plan is like a map, if you don’t use a map it’s very difficult to get to where you want to go.  A plan is the same for careers and learning skills, you need to identify the skills you want to learn and make…

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My Blog Is Back & Working

Dear All Readers,

Most of you might have noticed that my blog suddenly stopped working and was redirecting to some junk “This domain is on back order.” page.

I sincerely apologize to all who would have got disappointed for not being able to refer what you wanted to on my blog.

I’m happy & relieved to say that my blog is now back and is working perfectly.

Kindly continue your support and refer to my blog for whatever you want about Microsoft Dynamics GP. I promise I would ensure that this bad phase never happens again in future.


Upgrade Paths to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013

Microsoft Dynamics GP Support & Services blog has given the two direct upgrade paths, in case you are looking for: Upgrade Paths to Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013!

Quite crucial information that we must remember.


GP 2013 Web Client – More Insight From David

With more and more excitement being felt on GP 2013 Web Client, David gives us some more insight on this and more.

The post, Microsoft Convergence 2012 – GPPC Games and Web Client, explains the good things and also the limitations of Web Client in its first version.

This post, therefore, is very important for developers and consultants to gear up for this awesome client and understand what they must do to get the existing GP environments to work on the new release post upgrade.

Thanks David for the all important post. It was really crucial for us to understand.


Dynamics GP 2010 R2 Database SDK – Siva

I was in fact awaiting Sivakumar’s post about the new section that he has been working on. I got the privilege to go thru’ this first before his post went public.

Siva’s new section is all about GP 2010 R2 SQL Objects (Tables, DBs, Stored Procedures, Views, etc.). Like the one we have in MS Word documents that can be accessed from GP SDK, this is also an interesting concept and also very informative for all developers out there, who may not have access to SQL Server on a real time.

Read his post here, Dynamics GP 2010 R2 Database SDK, and share your thoughts with him. 

I am sure this is going to be of immense help for all of us.