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Using a .NET Assembly from a Dexterity-based Application White Paper for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010

Last Modified Tuesday, December 24, 2013
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This document explains how to create a .NET assembly and use it in a Microsoft Dexterity-based application.
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The document describes the steps to write a C# class and compile it into a .NET assembly that can be called via COM from a Dexterity-based application such as Microsoft Dynamics GP. After the .NET assembly is created, a Dexterity script is created that calls and tests the code in the assembly.

The C# class created for this example is a simple. However, more complex projects can be created and used successfully.

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