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After over four months of development, testing and documentation, I am thrilled to announce that build 16 of the Support Debugging Tool is now available for download from PartnerSource. This build has over 50 changes and focuses on functionality for logging and debugging issues with Microsoft Dynamics GP, while still having some improvements for the database or application Administrator.
A quick hint about how much is included in this build is that the User Guide PDF has grown from 161 pages to 193 pages.
Below is a summary of the changes made for releases 10.00.0016 and 11.00.0016, 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, Robert Cavill and especially Sivakumar Venkataraman and Allan Cahill for their efforts in testing all the new features to make sure they worked as desired. Thanks also to Kelly Youells for getting the files and PartnerSource pages updated.
16-May-2013: Updated More Information and Downloads to link to Support Debugging Tool Portal page.
Thanks David for a detailed post on it. Its really useful.
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Is there any way i can view the security Report/ information from support debugging tool.
eg. ( I have sales entry batch window Modified )
i would like to have the users id's = sales entry batch window. (users those have access to this modified window)
Use the Security Information window. Select the Sales Batch Entry window on the left hand pane. For the currently selected user, the left hand pane will show how access was granted. On the right hand pane, look at the checkboxes to see which users have access.
Can you please tell if SDT can be configured to automatically save screenshot of a window (the save dialog is not opened)?
Yes, you can create a non-logging trigger to run based on a specified event to capture all the open windows and either email or save them.
It would help if you could provide the "big picture" of what you are trying to achieve as the tool has lots of different ways to do various things.
Thanks for the reply.
I was saving screenshots of SOP invoices on SAVE. I did this by sending Alt + PrintScreen through code but I just wanted to know if SDT can be used in this scenario... Send the key strokes (Ctrl+S) to save invoice screenshots in folder automatically.
Yours posts are always great and helpful.
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