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Welcome to a series of articles that explains in detail the steps to add a user defined custom field to a window using Modifier, Report Writer and GP Power Tools to add the business logic. The example project will only need six scripts and no external development tools will be required.
The aim of this series is to work through each of the parts of the process and explain with step by step instructions how it works and why various settings are used.
It would be possible to just show the final result, but I want this series to serve as a guide for creating similar customizations in your own system. That said I will provide the final customization files at the end of the series.
As you hopefully already know, one of the modules ofÂ GP Power Tools is the Developer Tools module. This module was originally created to provide powerful debugging functionality to capture logs for intermittent and no-repro issues.
toutefois, the same triggering and scripting functionality can be used to create customisations for Microsoft Dynamics GP.
I saw this great video yesterday and had to share it.
Danny MacAskill is an amazing mountain bike cyclist who turns freestyle riding into an art form. His videos are always awe inspiring and funny (especially the bloopers at the end).
Welcome to 2020.
I hope everyone has had a great break over the Holiday Season. My family went to Canberra to visit family over Christmas and New Year which was great except for the extremely bad smoke levels on a few days caused by the bushfires along the east coast of Australia. Our hearts go out to those who have lost family, friends or property and to the brave volunteer fire fighters working hard to save as much as possible. Perth on the west coast has not been directly affected.
While I was in Canberra, I had some time to edit the video footage recorded on the Great Vic Bike Ride 2019 along the Great Ocean Road.
This is just a quick post to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the team at Winthrop Development Consultants (David & Jennifer).
I have been back home about a week since the Great Vic Bike Ride 2019 , which was an amazing experience. I am planning on posting some additional blog articles with actual maps and elevation/speed graphs as well as photos and video footage from the 700km bike ride. Stay tunedâ€¦
In this article, as we approach the end of the year, I wanted to highlight one of the best moments of 2019: the User Group Summit in Orlando in October and especially the #GPPTSelfie Twitter competition that Winthrop Development Consultants ran during the conference.