Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Tools Documentation: Developer Toolkit

This documentation describes how to use the Developer Toolkit for Microsoft Dynamics GP, which you can use to build Microsoft .Net-based solutions, customizations, and extensions.
  • Note:There are multiple files available for this download.Once you click on the "Download" button, you will be prompted to select the files you need.


    File Name:

    Developer Toolkit Manuals PDF.exe

    Developer Toolkit Help Files.exe

    Developer Toolkit Manuals XPS.exe

    Date Published:


    File Size:

    5.3 MB

    2.5 MB

    7.1 MB

      You can use this page to download the following documentation components.

      Help files (Developer Toolkit Help Files.exe)
      This .exe file includes the following Help files:
      • Microsoft Dynamics GP Web Service Reference (DynamicsGPWebServiceRef.chm): Contains detailed information about the operations, classes, enumerations, and policies that are available in the Dynamics GP Web service.
      • Microsoft Dynamics Security Service Reference (DynamicsSecurityWebServiceRef.chm): Contains detailed information about the operations and classes that are available in the Dynamics Security Web service.
      • eConnect Programmer's Guide and Reference Help (eConnectProgrammersGuide.chm): Includes the eConnect Programmer's Guide in HTML Help format.

      Manuals in PDF or XPS format (Developer Toolkit Manuals PDF.exe or Developer Toolkit Manuals XPS.exe)
      These .exe files include the following manuals:
      • eConnect Installation and Administration Guide (eConnectInstallAdminGuide.pdf or eConnectInstallAdminGuide.xps): Describes how to install eConnect and configure the eConnect services, and includes maintenance and troubleshooting information.
      • eConnect Programmer's Guide (eConnectProgrammersGuide.pdf or eConnectProgrammersGuide.xps): Describes the eConnect schema and XML documents, explains how to use the eConnect .NET assemblies, and explains how to supplement or modify the eConnect business rules. Also includes information about the sample applications that are included with an eConnect SDK installation.
      • Visual Studio Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP Programmer’s Guide (VSTDGPProgrammersGuide.pdf or VSTDGPProgrammersGuide.xps): Explains how to install Visual Studio Tools for Microsoft Dynamics GP and use the tools to create integrating applications for Microsoft Dynamics GP. Also includes reference information about the resources you can access with the tools, and examples of integrations.
      • Web Services Installation and Administration Guide (WSInstallAdminGuide.pdf or WSInstallAdminGuide.xps): Explains how to install, administer, and run the Web services so they can be used by applications that integrate with Microsoft Dynamics GP. Also explains how to manage security for the Web services.
      • Web Services Programmer's Guide (WSProgrammersGuide.pdf or WSProgrammersGuide.xps): Explains how to use the Web services in your application development and includes information about the sample applications and extending the Web services.
  • Supported Operating System

    Windows 7, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, Windows XP

      • To view the PDF files, you will need a PDF reader, such as the free Adobe Reader.
      1. Click Download to download the manuals or help as an .exe file.
      2. Save the file to your computer.
      3. To extract the manuals or help files from the .exe file, double-click the .exe file on your computer.
      4. When prompted for a location for the Help files, we recommend that you save them to the appropriate folder in your Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 installation folder, so you can access the updated Help from within the product. By default, this location is C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft shared\eConnect 2010\help\ for the eConnect Help files and C:\Program Files\Microsoft Dynamics\GPWebServicesSDK\v2010\ for the Web Services Help files.
      5. Repeat these steps on each computer where you want to install the manuals or help, or save the files to a shared folder where other others can access them.