I will try to publish these this week
Visual Studio 2017-2019 (Community, Professional, Enterprise and Standard) Extension for Epicor 10 Customization
Thank You. I appreciate it.
Is there a plan to support customizations to deployed dashboards? I’m having issues with a dashboard customization and it would be helpful to bring it into visual studio like the base form customization extension. If not, has anyone found a good workaround for this?
I’m pretty sure it does support that. I remember using it on dashboards before. What are you having problems with?
After further investigation, I found that the issue was the customization was last saved with an error. This prevented it from loading a project into Visual Studio. When reloading in Epicor, I noticed the issue and after editing the code there I was able to load into the greatest tool ever built! Thanks for your help @Banderson
Post the log from the epicor folder and I’ll take a look
So I thought I had it fixed but another issue popped up. Here is the log if you are willing / have time to look at
CustomizationEditor20201207.log.txt (2.4 KB)
After commenting out the source code body in Epicor customization editor, I was able to load the customization into Visual Studio. Then I get an error when uncommenting the source code:
I don’t know what library provides EpiUIImages but it seems I need to add a reference to it
where are we at with this?
“we” have been working non stop on a go live
It’s an open source project if you are in a rush I do take pull requests.
I’ll try to get to it as soon as I can though
Thank you so much, sorry to make it sound like I am nagging.
could we maybe get 10.2.700 helper files by the end of the year?
All right sorry about the delay this is now live and uploaded the version for 700 can be downloaded from the download page at
Sorry. User error
Can you enlighten me onn the user error ? I had a different person have a similar issue but I couldn’t figure out what it was .
I had it pointing to the folder above Client, not the Client folder. But, this is how I got there.
I opened up VS and clicked Open. It said I needed to add settings. I added the settings correctly, but it still didn’t work. Then I thought that maybe the Customization Helper files were gone. So I redownloaded them and they were gone as I got no overwrite prompt when I unzipped. Then I had to redo the settings again and selected the wrong one.