Hi Folks, With the latest update of CRM 2011 we have compatibility with SQL 2012 server. I have got a chance to install CRM application on top of SQL 2012. If you are successful in installing CRM then trying to configure Reporting Extensions for CRM you might encounter the following error: “Installation of Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime failed.
Below is another variation on my view for sales by item by year and view for sales quantities by item by year . This one shows the total item quantity sold by site by year. The view below makes a number of assumptions (listed in the view comments in green), and I am hard coding years from 2006 through 2013 as well as adding an overall total column at the end. You can easily change the years or add new ones by following the example in my code.
It’s that time of the year again! Time to say goodbye to the outgoing year, 2012, and receive the new one, 2013, making all sort of resolutions that we never seem to be able to achieve and with good measure, since most of us are simply consumed with the daily grind that lifting our heads up to take a breather and see the forest from the trees seems difficult and sometimes downright impossible. 2012 however was a very good year and gave me tons of stuff to write about. In retrospect, 3 conferences, 2 virtual conferences, the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 and the Web Client are simply a subset of the activities that allowed me to write some really cool stuff that you expressed through your comments to enjoy.
With another Summit behind us, it’s just fitting that I close this one out with some remarks about the event, and as it is customary, with all links I could find from people talking about it. This is indeed my second GPUG Summit as a presenter and I have to say, this event is growing very fast in popularity, with over 550 users, partners, and ISVs from the Microsoft Dynamics GP world