For anyone wanting training in eConnect, you might be find this two day training course useful:
This session will cover two days of learning the base components of eConnect, which is a primary component of the Developer Toolkit for Microsoft Dynamics GP. In this session you will learn how to utilize the .Net Assembly with eConnect and you will be able to create a custom windows application. We will demonstrate the use of the Incoming and Outgoing services and how they will benefit your specific business needs. This session is instructor led two day course with hands on material presented.
It will run on Tuesday September 16th and Wednesday September 17th, 2008 in Fargo, ND, USA.
If you are interested this course, download the document attachment at the bottom of the posting or follow the link below:
Then click on "View Full Description". I have copied the last section about registration below:
Registration QuestionsTo register for this event, please contact Professional Services at 888-875-9071 or at MBSProfessionalServices@microsoft.com and include the following information:
I'm interested in this workshop. We currently have GP in house. I believe we are a partner however not sure how the levels work. Is there a prereq as far as level of partner.
I have downloaded the agenda doc, however I can't find out how to register.
Patrick L. Finfrock (firstname.lastname@example.org)
I have updated the posting with the registration details and link.
When is the next one?? I'm very interested. Send info to email@example.com. thanks!
Please have a look at the post http://blogs.msdn.com/developingfordynamicsgp/archive/2008/10/21/what-training-do-you-want-and-where.aspx to add your interest.
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