Developing for Dynamics GP

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

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IMPORTANT NOTICE: Menus for Visual Studio Tools will be available from Winthrop Development Consultants (http://winthropdc.com/MVST)

This is the portal page for Menus for Visual Studio Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP. Find this page using the shortened URL: http://aka.ms/MVST

For GP 2013 (v12.0): Current release is Build 9 (Last Modified: 11-Dec-2012).
For v10.0 & GP 2010 (v11.0): Current release is Build 9 (Last Modified: 15-Jun-2010).
 

Overview

Menus for Visual Studio Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP is a utility for Visual Studio developers which allows them to easily integrate their Visual Studio winforms into the Microsoft Dynamics GP menu navigation model.

It contains a Dexterity Chunk and an associated assembly for use with Visual Studio Tools. Also included is full documentation and examples showing how to implement the code for both C# and VB.Net.

 

Release Announcements 

Below are the links for the various release announcement blog posts:

29-Jul-2008: Menus for Visual Studio Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP 10.0

24-Sep-2008: Menus for Visual Studio Tools - The wait is over

25-Jun-2010: Menus for Visual Studio Tools Build 9 Released

20-Dec-2012: Menus for Visual Studio Tools Build 9 for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Released 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

These blog posts provide lots of additional information about Menus for Visual Studio Tools:

 

Downloads 

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Menus for Visual Studio Tools will be available from Winthrop Development Consultants (http://winthropdc.com/MVST)

 

Other Articles and Posts

For other related articles and posts have a look at the Menus for Visual Studio Tools Tag page.

 

Comments and Feedback

Please provide comments, feedback and suggestions for Menus for Visual Studio Tools to help us understand how we can improve it.

 

02-Aug-2013: Added Link to new article on using Menus for Visual Studio Tools with an XML file.

22-Mar-2015: Updated with links to Winthrop Development Consultants.

  • Hello!!!

    I was able to create customized form using Visual Studio. Thanks to Mariano.

    For my .Net project I am using thirdparty controls like Grid, Textbox etc called devExpress.com, but I am not able to add it in Dynamics GP templates. When I try to add it throw error called- "Athe assembly reference "devExpress.Data.v13.1" could not be added to the project. This Wizard will continue to run but the resulting project may not build properly".

    FYI- I am using Visaul Studio 2010 and GP 2010.

    How can I used thirdparty controls in my Projects.

    Expert any advice?

    Thanks

    Sandip

  • VS Tools for GP Database Trigger to create or re-create same from Dex -Trigger_RegisterByDatabaseName()

    How can we do this in VS Tools for GP? I'm upgrading some old Dex code that has this trigger and I want to move all events over to .Net. I tried to expand the ISV code to the table and similarily create a local much like I would for a Form or Window trigger. I don't see how, at this time, that I can create VS Tools triggers on tables in a third party or DynGP dictionary. Thoughts?

  • Rick,

    Unfortuantely that didn't happen for GP 2010/2013.  Not sure what will happen for GP14 (next release).

    In order to do this, you'd have to add the Continuum db triggers for this piece.  Which is a drag.

  • Hi,

    Where are the VST for GP 2015? I can't find them anywhere!

  • has anybody had any luck finding the 2015 version?

  • For info on Menus for Visual Studio Tools for GP 2015 see

    winthropdc.wordpress.com/.../update-where-is-menus-for-visual-studio-tools-for-microsoft-dynamics-gp-2015

    David

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