This post is part of the New Features in GP Power Tools Build 26 sub-series of the GP Power Tools Build 26 & 27 New Features series in which I’m taking a look at the changes and new features since I last blogged about GP Power Tools.
The third area of new features I’m going to cover, is the Developer Tools module in which there are a number of new features:
- Publish Script by Users and/or Companies
- SQL Execute remember database selection
- Runtime Execute can generate Dexterity sanScript
- Parameters in Parameter Lists can be hidden
- Project Setup can stop triggers
- Script Editor can open full Dexterity help file
The Developer Tools is one an area of GPPT with which I have little experience, so I’ll more just be listing the new features than giving commentary on them.
Runtime Execute, SQL Execute and .Net Execute can now control the users and/or companies to which a script is published:
SQL Execute will now remember the database selection when running scripts against all databases.
Runtime Execute can now generate pass-through Dexterity sanScript for Visual C# and Visual Basic .Net including handling of parameters from an associated Parameter List.
Parameters in Parameter Lists can now be hidden to allow parameter substitution for data populated by code rather than the user.
Project Setup can now stop all triggers and has an Add button for adding new components to a project.
Runtime Execute Setup and Trigger Setup windows can now open full Dexterity help file from the script editor.
|GP Power Tools Build 26 & 27 New Features: New in Build 26|
|System Module Enhancements|
|Administrator Tools Module Enhancements|
|Developer Tools Module Enhancements|
|Database Tools Module Enhancements|