Developing for Dynamics GP

by David Musgrave (Perth, WA, Australia) and the Microsoft Dynamics GP Developer Support Team (Fargo, ND, USA)

Happy Easter and Request for Topics

Happy Easter and Request for Topics

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David MeegoHi everyone.

Just wanted to put up a quick note to say that I am taking a few days leave in addition to the public holidays on the Easter weekend. This is so I can spend the first week of the school holidays with my family.

I have prepared some Dexterity related posts which will publish while I am away.

Please let me know what you think of them.  Also if you have any topics that you would like to see covered in the blog, please post a comment to let us know.

See you in a week.

David

  • Hi David,

    Can you just post some topics in Integration Manager??

    Otherwise Dexterity is fine.

    Thanks,

    Prakash

  • Hi David,

    In the public MBS GP newsgroup i found your discussion on auto logoff from GP using Rockton's Omni Tool inactivity timeout feature.

    This tool uses dexterity so i was wondering whether a SQL query to a combination of activity, dex_lock, dex_session, SY00800 and SY00801 table could help determine if the user is idle or not. Also using the SQL process id and using SQl commands like sp_who can we determine if the user is idle within GP?

    Thank you very much for yours posts they have been a guiding light in GP darkness.

  • Hi Dave V

    Have a look at the recent post by Mariano Gomez as this has a script that could work for you.

    http://dynamicsgpblogster.blogspot.com/2009/04/retrieving-dynamics-gp-user-idle-time.html

    Please note that this would still need to be checked on a regular basis to pick up idle users.

    David

  • OK, this has nothing to do with Microsoft Dynamics GP or Dexterity or even work, but I thought I would

  • OK, this has nothing to do with Microsoft Dynamics GP or Dexterity or even work, but I thought I would

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