Series Wrap Up
It's been a couple of exciting weeks reviewing the position, procedures, and tools available for troubleshooting the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Web Client and I hope that you walked away with an idea of where to turn and what it takes to resolve your issues.
Troubleshooting may not be glamorous or exciting and frankly a lot of folks down right don't like it, but I personally find it to be a challenge. I like when stuff breaks - figuratively speaking - knowing that you (and a handful of others) are the only one capable of fixing it. Also, it is awesome when you can showcase your Angus MacGyver (yes, his first name was Angus!) ingenuity by using resources and tools that have been in the public domain for a while, "common knowledge" if you will, and can now be applied in the context of GP.
I want to synthetize the series by providing a link to all the articles covered, below:
Part 1: Microsoft Dynamics GP Support Team's Posture
Part 2: Resolving Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Web Client Implementation Issues
Part 3: Resolving Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Web Client Functional Issues
Part 4: Tools for Troubleshooting Web Client issues: the Web Client Diagnostic tool
Part 5: Tools for Troubleshooting Web Client issues: Fiddler
Part 6: Tools for Troubleshooting Web Client issues: Other Tools
Part 7: Tools for Troubleshooting Web Client issues: Command Line Tools
Well, I am preparing for a new series of articles, but in the mean time stay tuned.
Until next post!
Mariano Gomez, MVP