Monday, July 2, 2018

Free GP Transaction Search v2.0 now available with new RM and SOP search windows!

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By Steve Endow

Version 2.0 of the FREE Dynamics GP Transaction Search is now available!

A big thanks to Ian Grieve for assistance with the development and testing of this new version!

For more information and to download compiled releases:

Here is a brief video showing the simple installation process and an overview of the search windows:

The latest source code is available on GitHub:

This new release includes two new search windows:

  • RM Transaction Search
  • SOP Transaction Search

Also, version 2 uses David Musgrave's Visual Studio Integration Toolkit to create dedicated custom menus for each search window.  (must be downloaded and installed separately)

The menus also appear on the Sales and Purchasing landing pages in GP.

Instead of having to click on the new menu items, you can simply press a keyboard shortcut key.

Ctrl + Shift + P = PM Transaction Search

Ctrl + Shift + R = RM Transaction Search

Ctrl + Shift + S = SOP Transaction Search

For customers outside of the US, the configuration file now includes a setting to change the name of Customer and Vendor to Debtor and Creditor if desired.

The RM Transaction Search window is very similar to the PM Transaction Search window, with filters on date, customer, document number, and amount.

However, the SOP Transaction Search includes a combined filter for Item # and Item Name.

If you are a .NET developer or a Dexterity developer and are interested in helping enhance GP Transaction Search, please contact me!

If you have any questions about the search tool, or if you have used it in a real GP environment and have any suggestions for improving it, please contact me!

Steve Endow is a Microsoft MVP in Los Angeles.  He is the owner of Precipio Services, which provides Dynamics GP integrations, customizations, and automation solutions.

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1 comment:

Unknown said...

Testing with GP 2018 as we're preparing to do the upgrade. The slowness (even with January Hotfix) was unacceptable and this looks like a good fix. Also, the flexibility of the search window adds functionality beyond what the built in forms do and our users are excited about that.