Batch Posting Service Toolkit

Post Batches into Dynamics GP from an external application... Without Dexterity!

Batch Posting Service Toolkit

 

This software development tool contains service procedures to retrieve lists of batches and post batches in Microsoft Dynamics GP. These procedures can be called via Service Based Architecture Web Services (for Version 14.0 or later), Visual Studio development systems using Visual Basic or Visual C#, or from Dexterity using sanScript language.

Batch Posting Service Toolkit supports all batch types natively supported by the Master Posting window:

Financial: General Entry, Clearing Entry, Quick Entry, Budget Transactions
Sales: Receivables Transaction Entry, Cash Receipts Entry, Invoicing Entry, Sales Transaction Entry
Purchasing: Payables Transaction Entry, Manual Payment Entry, Receivings Entry, Invoice Matching Entry, Purchase Returns Entry
Inventory: Transaction Entry, Transfer Entry, Assembly Entry
Project Accounting: Timesheet Entry*, Employee Expense Entry, Equipment Log Entry, Misc. Log Entry, Inventory Transfer Entry, Billing Entry, Revenue Recognition Entry

*Timesheet Entry currently does not support posting through to payroll.

Batch Posting Service Toolkit is available for versions Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 (v11.0), GP 2013 (v12.0 including R2), GP 2015 (v14.0 including R2), and GP 2016 (v16.0 including R2).

In our continued commitment to the GP community, Mekorma is pleased to partner with David Musgrave and Winthrop Development Consultants in order to exclusively offer his exceptional products and services worldwide.  

 

David Musgrave has provided software solutions since 1984. After many years at Microsoft, he returned to Winthrop Development Consultants in 2014. He offers development, consulting, and training services globally. David has presented sessions at numerous customer and partner conferences. Known for his work as the Escalation Engineer on the Microsoft Dynamics GP Asia Pacific support team and contributions to the Developing for Dynamics GP MSDN blog, he is an active contributor to forums and the Winthrop Development Consultants' blog . David is the original author of Named Printers, Omni Tools, Omni Price, Advanced Security, Field Level Security, Business Activity Statement (for Australian GST), SnapShot, Menus for Visual Studio Tools, and the popular Support Debugging Tool. He has also made many contributions to the code of Microsoft Dynamics GP.


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