I know everyone is very excited about the upcoming launch of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010. In preparation for the launch, we have published the System Requirements documentation on PartnerSource and CustomerSource.
There will be lots of information at Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2010 including the sessions that Mariano Gomez and I will be presenting. Hope to see you in Altlanta in a few weeks.
For Partners, there is also a vast amount of resources on the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Launch portal:
Below are the new System Requirements pages:
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 System Requirementshttps://mbs.microsoft.com/customersource/documentation/systemrequirements/MDGP2010_System_Requirements https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/documentation/systemrequirements/MDGP2010_System_Requirements
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Web Application System Requirements https://mbs.microsoft.com/customersource/documentation/systemrequirements/MDGP2010_System_Requirements_Web_Apps https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/documentation/systemrequirements/MDGP2010_System_Requirements_Web_Apps
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Printer Compatibilityhttps://mbs.microsoft.com/customersource/documentation/systemrequirements/MDGP2010_Printer_Compatibility https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/documentation/systemrequirements/MDGP2010_Printer_Compatibility
I have also updated the Developer Articles & Links page with the new System Requirements links.
Thanks to Kelly Youells for providing the details of the links.
I haven't seen anything about VS Tools for Dynamics GP 2010. Is there an expected release date for that?
As with 10.0, vstools for microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 will ship with Dynamics at RTM.
my blog post here http://blogs.msdn.com/developingfordynamicsgp/archive/2010/02/12/what-s-new-in-visual-studio-tools-2010.aspx talks about a few of the new features coming in GP 2010. There are a couple more things but these are easily the top 3.
That's some cool stuff.
There still seems a requirement for Adobe. I thought 2010 was using the Microsoft PDF builder in Office ?
Generally, no. The current functionality of Dynamics for PDF printing hasn't changed.
What you are thinking of is that for the new "MS Word Forms Printing", yes that will generate PDF files. MS Word generates the documents and then does a "Save As PDF" to create the PDFs.
So that is why you still see Adobe as a requirement for PDF creation.
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Thanks David for this post, It really helps.
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