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Category :: Software Articles Author :: Shawn Torkelson 
 
 Article Title :: Software Companies: Generate New Revenue Streams and Decrease Costs with Custom e-Learning Content
 
It’s no secret that software companies operate in a very competitive space where rivalry is increasingly fierce and where profit margins can be razor thin. New, smaller software companies are sprouting up each month and the leading software companies continually make strong advancements forward leveraging massive cash flow reserves. This cycle makes it difficult for the mid-sized software company to compete because (a) they don’t typically have the cash flow necessary to take giant leaps forward in the industry and (b) because they need to continually move forward to stay ahead of the smaller software companies that are vying for their slot in the marketplace. Consequ  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: Microsoft Great Plains Integration with Microsoft Access – Overview for Developer
 
 Microsoft Business Solutions stakes on Microsoft Great Plains as main Accounting/ERP application for US market.  At the same time it seems to be staking on Navision in Europe and has Axapta as high end large corporation market competitor to Oracle, PeopleSoft, SAP, IBM.  This article is brief review of Microsoft Great Plains integration with Microsoft Access.  This is also applicable to Small Business Manager (which is based on the same technology – Great Plains Dexterity dictionary - DYNAMICS.DIC and runtime DYNAMICS.EXE) and Great Plains St  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: Microsoft Great Plains Reporting – Overview for Developer
 
Looks like Microsoft Great Plains becomes more and more popular, partly because of Microsoft muscles behind it.  Now it is targeted to the whole spectrum of horizontal and vertical market clientele.  Small companies use Small Business Manager (which is based on the same technology – Great Plains Dexterity dictionary and runtime), Great Plains Standard on MSDE is for small to midsize clients, and then Great Plains serves the rest of the market up to big corporations.  There are several reporting tools available and you definitely need to know which one to use for different types of reports. If you a  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: Crystal Reports for Microsoft Great Plains – Overview for Developer
 
Microsoft Great Plains is main accounting / ERP application from Microsoft Business Solutions, targeted to the US market.  It serves the whole of vertical and horizontal market: most of the industries and company sizes.  Crystal Reports on the other hand is the leader in the reporting software industry and Microsoft is willing to use Crystal as main reporting tool for Great Plains, Solomon, Microsoft CRM, .Net platform, etc. If you are developer who is asked: how do we extend Great Plains ReportWriter with somewhat more sophisticated – read this and you will have the clues on where to look further.  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: How to Upgrade Dexterity Customization – Tips for IT Manager
 
If you have Microsoft Great Plains and support it for your company and have light or heavy Great Plains customization, written in Dexterity – you need to know your options in upgrading Great Plains or migrating it from ctree/Pervasive to MS SQL/MSDE. Great Plains Dexterity is proprietary programming language/environment, which was created in early 1990-th to provide platform / database / graphical interface independence for Mac and Windows based Great Plains Dynamics.  Today it is legacy and Microsoft Business Solutions is phasing Dexterity out.   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: IT Department Skills to Support Microsoft Great Plains and Microsoft CRM
 
Microsoft Great Plains as ERP and Microsoft CRM as Client Relation Management system is very robust combination and could serve midsize to large corporation as Business System.  Being VP IT or IT Director you need to foresee the positions to have in your IT department to do internal MS Great Plains and MS CRM support. Let us give you the directions, based on our research and consulting practice. Microsoft SQL Server Specialist – we specially do not name this posit  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: SQL: Querying Microsoft Great Plains – Overview for Database Administrator/Developer
 
Looks like Microsoft Great Plains becomes more and more popular, partly because of Microsoft muscles behind it.  Now it is targeted to the whole spectrum of horizontal and vertical market clientele.  Small companies use Small Business Manager (which is based on the same technology – Great Plains Dexterity dictionary and runtime), Great Plains Standard on MSDE is for small to midsize clients, and then Great Plains serves the rest of the market up to big corporations.  There are several reporting tools available and you definitely need to know which one to use for different types of reports. If you are  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: Microsoft CRM Custom Design & Development: SDK, C#, SQL, Exchange, Integration, Crystal Reports
 
Microsoft CRM is new player on the CRM software market.  The whole conception behind CRM seems to be different.  In case of traditional CRM software (Siebel, Oracle) - the application was designed with platform independence in mind.  Microsoft CRM is dedicated to Microsoft technology and so deploys all the Microsoft tools: Windows Active Directory, Microsoft Exchange 2003/2000, SQL Server, Crystal Reports Enterprise, Biztalk server, Microsoft Outlook, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Great Plains as backend, etc. If you are software developer, database administrator or web designer who is asked: how do w  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Andrew Karasev 
 
 Article Title :: Upgrading Great Plains Dexterity Customization – switching to new technologies: SQL, Crystal, eCon
 
1.  Replace Dexterity cursor with SQL Stored Procedure Dexterity was designed as multiplatform technology (primarily Btrieve, Ctree, SQL Server, potentially Oracle).  Dexterity data retrieving mechanism is based on Range start, Range End, Get First and Get Next clauses.  It  is in fact similar, however a little bit slower to cursors in Transact SQL.  Long ranges in Dexterity are good candidates for replacement by SQL stored procedures with update clause. For example, consider to replace following Dexterity code:  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Software Articles Author :: Shashank 
 
 Article Title :: Choose your Java Wisely
 
Java has come along a long way.  Many would agree with this.  I did not until the Java 1.5 “Tiger” hit me.  The tiger had several new features, and more importantly, it has new syntax.  Six major upgrades that the tiger presents are certainly the generics, enhanced for loop, autoboxing (unboxing), improvement on Typesafe enum, Static import and the metadata.  Of course there are many more, which can be found at java’s official site.  Out of these six, at least four would be used in my daily “programming” life.  From java 1.1 to 1.4, it seemed more like new frills were simply added.  It felt like earning more brownie points when you downloaded the newer version.  But sh  (read full article)
 
 
 
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