hi...i had problem with dexterity 11.0 report screen output window.

Scripts with No Executable Code
 
Dexterity will now produce a warning for scripts which have no executable code in them, but need to remain in the dictionary, for example: placeholder scripts to trigger against.
 
The reason for the warning is to avoid un-necessary call backs between the User Interface and the business logic with the Web Client and so improve performance.
 
You can add the following pragma comment to avoid the warning message.
 
pragma(disable warning NoExecutableCode);
 
You could also add the command abort script; to the script to avoid the warning, but this will not help with the Web Client performance issue.
 
 
 
Please note that as always, after updating your code (with index file) into a clean GP 2013 DYNAMICS.DIC, you should recompile your entire dictionary. Changes to some commands, for example: Defaults_Write() will cause errors if the code has not been recompiled.
 
Hope this gets you going with Dexterity for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013.
 
David

The Dexterity programming language was designed in the early 1990s for the implementation of platform independent graphical accounting software. Dexterity itself is written in the C programming language It was used in the development of Great Plains accounting software.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dexterity_programming_language
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