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Developing Microsoft Dynamics GP Business Applications by Leslie Vail

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Accessing dictionary resources

When you installed VS Tools, you installed assemblies for each dictionary that ships with Dynamics GP. If you followed the instructions in this chapter, you installed all of the assemblies. In order for your application to read those assemblies, you need to tell it where they are. You can accomplish this using a reference. Two references are required:

  • Referencing the application assembly
  • Referencing the namespace

Referencing the application assembly

When you initially created your VS Tools project, you automatically created a reference to the Dynamics assembly. You can see that reference in the following screenshot:

Referencing the application assembly

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