Update to Support Debugging Tool For Build 12

David Meego - Click for blog homepageI admit it. I broke it …. well, just a little bit.

Yesterday, I found out that the XML Table Import window in the Support Debugging Tool was failing to work.  It would just say “0 Tables imported”.  This issue was caused by the changes to provide the Profile functionality to XML Table Export in build 12

So, I have fixed the code for all 4 versions of the Support Debugging Tool, and worked with my colleagues in Fargo to get them published to PartnerSource overnight.

If you have downloaded build 12 for v8.0, v9.0, v10.0 or GP 2010 (v11.0) prior to today, 10-Mar-2010, please download the file again to get the updated build. The updated build shows a last modified date of 09-Mar-2010 on the About Support Debugging Tool window.

On the plus side, because I had to re-open the v8.0 code to fix this issue, I have also rolled back the features which were added for GP 2010 into the fixed v8.0 code.  So now all versions have the same feature set.  However, I will not be developing the v8.0 code further.



For downloads, please see the Support Debugging Tool Portal Page:

Support Debugging Tool Portal


Support Information 

The Support Debugging Tool is a custom built tool to provide additional capabilities to troubleshoot issues and is not part of the standard Microsoft Dynamics GP released application. Technical support for this tool is not handled via the standard support systems and instead is provided via the public Microsoft Dynamics GP Community Forum. You can use the link below to access the forum:


To assist the partners and Microsoft employees who monitor the forum for these questions, please prefix any subject lines with the initials “SDT: “.


More Information

For more information, please see the Support Debugging Tool Portal Page:

Support Debugging Tool Portal


Thanks for your support and feedback about the Support Debugging Tool.


16-May-2013: Updated More Information and Downloads to link to Support Debugging Tool Portal page.

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