You might have seen some other posts around that the updated Statement of Direction for Microsoft Dynamics GP documentation has been posted on PartnerSource and CustomerSource.
Some points of interest for the developer community are listed below:
The Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0 Feature Pack shipped in June 2008 contains the following:
The Statement of Direction also mentions that Microsoft Dynamics GP "11.0" is planned to contain the following:
Ability to store strings in an external DLL for use by dictionaries.
Enhancements to Microsoft Visual Studio tools for working with .NET and Microsoft Dynamics GP, including unsubscribe from events, table buffers as parameters, procedure/function triggers, and list box enhancements.
The Frequently Asked Questions document has a section for developers that is worth reading. This document is only available from the PartnersSource version of the links below. I will highlight one question .... just because I am biased:
Here are the links to the documents:
Statement of Direction for Microsoft Dynamics GP (CustomerSource)
Statement of Direction for Microsoft Dynamics GP (PartnerSource)
I see a very bright future for the customers, partners and developers who work with Microsoft Dynamics GP.
Developing for Dynamics GP is full of new stuff today including Using VBA with Report Writer , Using
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Posting from the Dynamics GP Blogster
Brilliant Post as usual. Comes with a sigh of relief for all the Dex lovers.
I remember going to Stampede in either 2002 or 2003...there was a big announcement that GP 6.0 was going to be last version on Dexterity. :-)
> The Statement of Direction also mentions that Microsoft Dynamics GP "11.0" is planned to contain the following
Should we read anything into the quotation marks, there? Are we expecting Microsoft Dynamics GP, Inspirational Title Edition? ;)
You never know.... I suppose until the next version is actually released it gives the option to give it a really long, complex, inspirational but irrelevant name.
As far as I know it will be Microsoft Dynamics GP 11.0, but it had the quotes in the Statement document so I kept them.
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