Developing for Dynamics GP

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

Development White Papers for Download

Development White Papers for Download

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David MeegoI recently came across some development tool based White Papers which are available for download from Microsoft Downloads.  I thought I would highlight them as they are worth a read:

Creating a Windows Service That Uses eConnect to Integrate Data

This article explains how to use eConnect, Microsoft Visual Basic .NET, and Microsoft Visual Studio .NET to develop a Windows service to automate the process of importing data.

eConnect Serialization Example Using Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and ADO.NET

This article demonstrates how to serialize data from a custom Microsoft SQL Server table and use eConnect objects to integrate the records into Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0.

Using a .NET Assembly from a Dexterity-based Application

This paper describes how to create a .NET assembly and use it in a Microsoft Dexterity-based application.

Recording Test Cases with the Macro System

This paper describes how to use the macro system in the Dexterity runtime to record test cases for use in regression testing.

Hope you find these useful.


  • Hi David,

    Thanks so much for these links. The documents are of immense help and I am sure so many out there will get benefited.



  • I found a link that contains these articles and many other developer focused for Dynamics GP at



  • Where is the documentation for Dynamics GP "business objects"/stored procedures?  I'm looking for the names of them, what their parameters are, what they do.


  • Documentation of business objects and transaction flows in in the SDK (Software Development Kit).

    The SDK can be installed from the Tools folder of the DVD image.

    If you are looking to integrate with Dynamics GP, I suggest looking at eConnect and Web services.


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