Developing for Dynamics GP

by Microsoft Dynamics GP Developer Support Team (Fargo, ND, USA)

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  • Blog Post: Goodbye Windows XP - Hello Windows 8.1 Update

    Today heralds the end of an era. After 12 years, support for Microsoft Windows XP will end on today, 8 th April 2014 (in around 14 hours time after this article is published). This comes as no surprise as the date for the end of Windows XP extended support was announced about 6 years ago. Opinion...
  • Blog Post: Window Scrollbar Is Too Wide and Obscures Data

    A customer recently ran across an oddity on several (but not all) of their new Windows 7 machines. The previous Windows XP machines being replaced were OK. The issue was that on windows with scrolling windows, they noticed that the rightmost fields were partially obscured by the scrolling window scrollbar...
  • Blog Post: New TV Commercials showing Windows, Windows Phone and Cloud Services

    There have been some new Microsoft TV Commercials released recently which show off how all the Microsoft products and services can work together from the PC to the phone and the cloud. Check out the videos below. I like the "Keep Shopping" advert and example as that shows a real practical use. ...
  • Blog Post: Fun Adverts for Microsoft Windows 7 PCs

    I came across some fun Microsoft adverts and thought you might enjoy them. The first set of adverts are for a campaign where an XBox 360 was giving away with a new PC purchase. The second set of adverts are for a campaign where a personal PC store is created in the home of users with really old...
  • Blog Post: Edits To Dynamics Launch File Won't Save

    My blog post today isn't anything earth shattering but something a partner ran into that was unexpected. Logical - but unexpected nonetheless. A recent forum post detailed how the user was trying to set forms & reports dictionary paths using the Edit Launch File window. What they found was that...
  • Blog Post: Writing to An Event Log in a Visual Studio Tools Customization

    So you are writing your top notch, one-of-a-kind Visual Studio Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP customization. You've covered all the bases for any potential errors and just in case you miss any and an exception is thrown, you are catching the exception to write into an event log. This works great...
  • Blog Post: Dexterity Source Code Control Server 2010 with Windows 7

    Supporting Web Services and Workflow in Dynamics, my primary desktop machines have been Windows 2003 for a number of years. Of course Vista was out of the question because GP Web Services would only install on a server OS. When Windows 2008 was released I had considered upgrading my OS but honestly...
  • Blog Post: More on Windows 7, bitmap fonts and DPI settings

    This post is a follow up to the previous post on the topic which discussed how you can use the registry editor to adjust the font files used for bitmap fonts to restore them to the default 100% DPI size. If you have not read the previous post, please use the link below: Windows 7, bitmap fonts...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7, bitmap fonts and Microsoft Dynamics GP

    I have a story to tell..... and it even has a happy ending. During the last week of August 2009, I was over in Sydney at the Microsoft Office in North Ryde for meetings and to catch up with my Australian based colleagues on the Asia Pacific support team for Microsoft Dynamics GP. While there I downloaded...
  • Blog Post: Asus Eee PC and Microsoft Dynamics GP

    So you have now all heard about the fun I have had getting my ASUS Eee PC 1005HA-H netbook working with Windows 7 with the latest and greatest BIOS and drivers. If you missed out on the saga, please have a look at the posts: Asus Eee PC BIOS woes with Windows 7 and Asus Eee PC BIOS joys with Windows...
  • Blog Post: Asus Eee PC BIOS joys with Windows 7

    This post is a (little late) follow up to last week's post where I explained the fun I had with upgrading and then downgrading the BIOS ROM in my ASUS Eee PC 1005HA-H netbook. And this post is a happy one, full of praise for ASUS. If you have not read the previous post, have a quick read using the...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 Releases Today

    Windows 7 launches General Availability (GA) today, being 22 nd October. Yes, it is already release day in the Asia Pacific region. If you want information on what is happening, check out: Windows Team Blog: Windows 7’s Big Day Tomorrow + New Offers Announced! Microsoft.com: Welcome to Windows...
  • Blog Post: Asus Eee PC BIOS woes with Windows 7

    This issue is not related to Microsoft Dynamics GP, but caused me a lot of frustration and wasted time. I decided to post about it on the blog to hopefully make life easier for anyone else "out there" who has the same problem and is searching for answers. This is a bit of a saga, so bear with me. ...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 is almost here

    Windows 7's release is just around the corner and there have been some interesting happenings discussed around the blogsphere. First is that Microsoft and Fox are collaborating together on some Family Guy promotions of Windows 7. Check out the clip below: There is more Family Guy content...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 and Microsoft Dynamics GP

    Today, I saw that MSDynamicsWorld.com have posted an article titled: Pleasant Surprise: Expect Microsoft Dynamics GP 10 to Work with Windows 7 Right Out of the Box . This is great news which Andy on the Inside Dynamics GP blog posted a while ago. The reason I am bringing this topic up again is that...
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