When developing your integration, consider
creating a separate “development” folder. To this folder you will
add a copy of the Dynamics dictionary, which will become your
development dictionary. Using a separate development folder has the
It keeps the core dictionary for the
Microsoft Dynamics GP installation in its original state, which is
important for testing your integration in a runtime setting.
The additional files generated, such as
Resource Explorer temporary files and reference information files
won’t clutter the application installation folder.
The path for accessing the development
folder can be much simpler. For example, C:\Develop.
Build operations, such as creating a
dictionary chunk for your integration, can be performed in the