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As you hopefully already know, one of the modules of 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.
However, the same triggering and scripting functionality can be used to create customisations for Microsoft Dynamics GP.
For a long time I have wanted to create a library of customisation samples for the community to have as a reference. A recent support request from Michael Nola finally prompted me to create an additional page on the GP Power Tools portal with a list of articles with sample GP Power Tools (or Support Debugging Tool) code.
The GP Power Tools portal page and menus on the blog have been updated with links to the sample page.
Please have a look at the GP Power Tools Portal and the sub pages for videos and now samples:
This article was originally posted on http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.
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