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new release SDK2004 SAP Bussiness One 2004, Csharp support

Hello,

We currently working with the SDK 2004 and wondering when we can expect a new release of the SAP Business ONE 2004 SDK?

We are programming in csharp(c#) and we noticed that there is not a fully support for this programming language.

Will this support be better in the next release of the SDK?

Thanks!

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2005 at 11:06 AM

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  • Posted on Oct 07, 2005 at 05:29 PM

    Rene,

    There is not a "new release" of the Business One SDK 2004A that is specific to C# or any other programming language. The SDK is geared to work with any programming language that can interact with COM objects such as VB, VB.Net, C, C++, C#, Java,etc. We do have the 2005A SDK that is currently in ramp-up and will be new, but again this is not specific to any programming language which is a benefit of the Business One SDK. We have many developers that are using the Business One SDK around the globe that program in C# and are using the 2004A SDK. In the Business One 2005A SDK there will be Visual Studio Wizards that will help with the creation of VB.Net and Visual C# UI modifications. Is the issue that we do not have C# code examples or is there another issue? If you have a question with respect to the SDK and C#, this is the forum to post a question and have a community of Business One developers help.

    Eddy

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