How to Deal with (very) large data table transfers ?


This post isn't dealing directly with Dynamics GP, but the process I went thru might actually apply equally well, so keep reading and feel free to add your comment. Last week a customer contacted me to proceed with some data structure changes in one of their database. It wasn't a big deal as they wanted... Continue Reading →

#GPPT Why every GP site needs GP Power Tools – Series Introduction


As a long-life fan of the GP PowerTools (formerly known as SDT or Support Debugging Tool), I can’t pass by of this series of blog posts about why every company using Dynamics GP should use GPPT and what each module can do for you.
Enjoy the reading !

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David Meego - Click for blog homepageGP Power Tools is the premier tool for administrators, consultants and developers of Microsoft Dynamics GP systems to enhance the usability, support and customize their ERP system.

This series will cover each of the modules of GP Power Tools and explain to potential users and existing users why every Dynamics GP site needs GP Power Tools.

If you already have GP Power Tools, but don’t have all the modules registered, this series will help you understand why you should register the other modules.

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#GPPT GP Power Tools build 27 released


The Wait is Over ! Grab your latest copy of the GPPT build 27 and upgrade your GP instance ASAP.

David Musgrave's Winthrop Development Consultants Blog

David Meego - Click for blog homepageWinthrop Development Consultants is pleased to announce Build 27 of GP Power Tools (GPPT) for Microsoft Dynamics GP was released on 24-May-2019.

This build incorporates new features and enhancements to all modules of GP Power Tools, as well as general code improvements and fixes to existing functionality. It includes a number of features that were on the wish list, but did not get into the previous build.

To give you an idea of how much has been added, the user guide manual has grown from 385 pages in build 26 to 424 pages in build 27!

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