Just recently I ran across a request to add the Customer Item user defined fields to the Sales Blank Invoice Form report in Report Writer. As usual with these type of requests, chances are it’s been done before and/or it’s probably documented in some KB article
As you saw in last week’s blog, Business Analyzer can be used to select and view SQL Server Reporting Services Reports from your desktop. To view the reports though, you must have security access to the Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services reports in Report Manager or the Microsoft SharePoint site and you also need access in SQL Server Management Studio. SQL Server Reporting Services Reports and Business Analyzer all use the same security, so once you have the security set up for the SSRS reports, it doesn’t have to be set up again to view these reports within Business Analyzer
Business Analyzer is one of those products that I really dig: it’s slick, it works, and it just makes life easier for executives and information consumers who don’t necessarily need access to GP… but if they do, Business Analyzer also lives within GP, with some pretty cool context sensitivity, based on the info displayed by a specific item or items within a Navigation List object
Over at DynamicAccounting.net , fellow MVP Mark Polino has hit on a great idea – again! Every Tuesday, he’s going to post a link and a short description of a GP enhancement request that appears on Microsoft Connect that he deems to be worthy. For those of you not familiar with Connect, this is a Microsoft site that allows users to make suggestions for improvements to the software. Users vote for the improvements they’d like to see incorporated in future releases. The more votes a suggestion gets, the more attention it gets from GP developers. So, here’s the link to this week’s installment – http://msdynamicsgp.blogspot.com/2012/05/dynamic-futurevote-unit-account-should.html .
The U.S. Payroll 2012 Round 4 tax update has released for Microsoft Dynamics GP 10 and 2010.
Did you know that you have access to a tool that will interactively display Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services reports containing data from your Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 reports? Did you know that you can use this tool right now without any additional registration? If this sounds like something you can get on-board with you should consider using Business Analyzer for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010. This tool is available in two flavors: one that is tied to the navigation lists inside Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 and another that is an external client that does not rely on the Microsoft Dynamics GP application.