Developing for Dynamics GP has been rescued!

For many years several Dynamics GP users have been relying on David’s blog over at the MSDN site.. Unfortunately Microsoft decide to retire the site and the content would soon be lost, so it was urgent to act quickly.

From a trove of over 1100 blog articles, David managed to save and repost the most relevant of them that are still of use with current and supported versions of GP.

Thank you David for this massive work that allows us to still tap into over 500 articles for references and bug search.

Read more about it here :

https://winthropdc.wordpress.com/2019/03/19/developing-for-dynamics-gp-blog-saved/

Enjoy the reading!

Until next, @GP_Beat

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