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Revisiting: "Welcome to Dynamics"
This post has me revisiting a post from the past with an update.
While working on a performance case recently, I was analysing a Process Monitor log and noticed something interesting. In the log there was an attempt to reference a GPSSystemStart.wav file in the \Windows folder with the result failing with NOT_FOUND. I decided to investigate further....
So, I copied a wave file into the Windows folder and renamed it to…
History of Dynamics GP
Do you still call it Great Plains because you’re so used to it? Or is Dynamics GP the only name you’ve ever used? In either case, you may find looking over the timeline of Dynamics…
Microsoft Dynamics GP in 1980?!?!?!
Did you know that Doug Burgun who did earn him BC's Degree in 1978 was the first founder of the product we currently call Dynamics GP in 1980? I got shocked when I…
GP splash bitmap files over the years
David Musgrave's "GP logos throughout the years
" article continues to receive great reviews and has brought back many great memories for those of us who have been around long enough in the business of building customer success stories with Microsoft Dynamics GP.
I thought I would bring back some very familiar images to many of you: the Dynamics GP splash screens! The splash screen is a bitmap file (.bmp) and was initially introduced with the release of Great Plains Dynamics and eEnterprise version 5.5 and has since been used by partners and customers to bring a more personalized look to their individual implementations.NOTE
: the functionality to load load a splash screen was introduced with Dexterity 3.x.
Microsoft Dynamics GP's History... from a Logo Perspective
I am not sure if my friend David Musgrave has too much time on his hands, but one thing is for sure: the guy does have some of the coolest articles around the GP blogosphere. This…
David Musgrave and Posting from the Past
David started his series of posts from the history, this series looks interesting, I am very excited to…
Blast from the Past - The Inside Track Series Concludes
I hope you have enjoyed the Blast from the Past - The Inside Track Series.
To make life simpler, I have attached a zip file with all 10 of the original Inside Track pdf files.
To finish off, here are some comments from the original author, Karl Gunderson:
“You want to republish what?” was the first thought that went through my head when I received an e-mail from David. I sort of knew David from the distant past, but I’ll bet we were as surprised as the other that we are both still working here. Here being Microsoft Business Solutions, the people formerly known as Great Plains Software from Fargo, North Dakota. I’m now a developer working on Dynamics AX and David is still breathing fire into Dynamics GP (I looked over his blog after receiving the e-mail!). So David wants…