Those of you who attended Microsoft Convergence 2011 Atlanta will know about the promised Build 15 of the Support Debugging Tool for Microsoft Dynamics GP. Well it is finally here with over 80 changes to the code. It includes lots of new functionality as well as many fixes and improvements. This build can be installed over the top of any existing installed build without needing to remove the old build first.
Below is a summary of the changes made for releases 10.00.0015 and 11.00.0015, I have divided them into logical sections:
For downloads, please see the Support Debugging Tool Portal Page:
Support Debugging Tool Portal
The Support Debugging Tool is a custom built tool to provide additional capabilities to troubleshoot issues and is not part of the standard Microsoft Dynamics GP released application. Technical support for this tool is not handled via the standard support systems and instead is provided via the public Microsoft Dynamics GP Community Forum. You can use the link below to access the forum:
To assist the partners and Microsoft employees who monitor the forum for these questions, please prefix any subject lines with the initials "SDT: ".
For more information, please see the Support Debugging Tool Portal Page:
Please post your feedback on what you think of this build and what you would like to see in the future.
Thanks to Mariano Gomez, Leslie Vail, Robert Cavill and Kelly Youells for providing feedback, ideas and helping to get this build posted.
16-May-2013: Updated More Information and Downloads to link to Support Debugging Tool Portal page.
Thanks David... Awesome and great enhancements.
Does this work with any service pack on GP 2010? SP2? R2?
The Support Debugging Tool should work fine with any service pack or hotfix release for the same version.
Posting from Mark Polino at DynamicAccounting.net
Posting from Vaidy Mohan at Dynamics GP - Learn & Discuss
Posting from Sheila Ochoa at Summit Group Software
Posting from Mariano Gomez, The Dynamics GP Blogster
Posting by Rubal on Dynamics GP Help
Posting by Mariano Gomez, The Dynamics GP Blogster
Posting from John Lowther at Microsoft Dynamics GP DBA
PLEASE READ BEFORE POSTING
Please only post comments relating to the topic of this page.
If you wish to ask a technical question, please use the links in the links section (scroll down, on right hand side) to ask on the Newsgroups or Forums. If you ask on the Newsgroups or Forums, others in the community can respond and the answers are available for everyone in the future.