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The release of Build 15 of the free product Visual Studio IntegrationToolkit is a bonus to Visual Studio Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP developers around the globe.
As well as the enhancements to the Menu Navigation functionality and the addition of support for custom Area Pages, Build 15 adds a new Helper functions module with over 220 functions.
This build is the result of a month’s development effort and is why you have not heard much from me on the blog recently.
The idea behind the addition of the helper functions module to Visual Studio Integration Toolkit (VSIT) is to give the Visual Studio developer access to many of the functions previously only available to Dexterity developers.
The functions are a combination of Dexterity and Dynamics GP functions wrapped to expose them to Visual Studio, and many custom functions written to allow them to work with any Form, Window or Field in any product Dictionary.
The functional areas covered by the helper functions include:
The functions are available using the path MenusForVisualStudioTools.Forms.VstmHelper.Functions and the easiest way to access them is by defining a helper variable at the top of your code. For example:
var helper = MenusForVisualStudioTools.Forms.VstmHelper.Functions;
short response = helper.Ask.Invoke("Do you want to save this record?", "&Save", "&Discard", "&Cancel");
For more information see:
This tool is my gift to the Microsoft Dynamics GP development community, please take advantage of its new features to make your lives easier.
Please provide feedback and product suggestions in the comments below.
This article was originally posted on http://www.winthropdc.com/blog.
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