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Auto-Complete for Dexterity Coding?!?!
Last year, David posted an article that shocked all Dexterity developers, he created a screenshot that shows dexterity codes inside Visual Studio .Net! Developers using dexterity was very much excited to work on that, but unfortunately it was April fool’s day and David couldn’t live without posting such an article!
I found this bit of SQL while reviewing a trace of Great Plains acitivity:
SELECT desSPRkmhBBCreh FROM…
Dexterity and IntelliSense: It's time to vote!
Dexterity's Hidden About Window
Dexterity has a long development history, dating back to the late 1980's. There were many people involved in the design, development, testing and documentation of Dexterity. If you want to see some of these names, you can use a little bit…
Dexterity Posts around the Blogsphere
There have been a couple of great Dexterity related posts on the blogsphere recently.
So, to make sure you get to see them I am posting the links here for you.
Enabling References In Dexterity
Please have a look at Sivakumar…
All about the Dexterity OLE Container
Over the years, the question of how to interact with the Microsoft Dynamics GP OLE Notes from outside the application has been raised many times.
I have responded to newsgroup posts with information that would hopefully…
Three Trigger Technique - A Reference for Dex Developers
Triggers in Dexterity; the most powerful and safest way of writing Cross Dictionary Customizations. Often, we get stuck in our Customization Development, not knowing how to intercept certain processes in GP (or any 3rd Party Product).
The Three Trigger Technique, by David Musgrave, explains the "Scope,…