This was my first book as a reviewer this year. I am in fact a bit too late to write about this gem.
A few weeks aback I talked about Updating your Visual Studio Tools for web client development environment and soon after I started receiving numerous emails from developers wanting to know if they could leverage the current Visual Studio Tools 2013 SP2 (VST) templates with Visual Studio 2013. As of yet, Microsoft has not released Microsoft Dynamics GP Add-In and Microsoft Dynamics GP Web Client Add-In templates for Visual Studio 2013, but with the help of my good friend Michael Hammond , Sr.
Over the past year, I got the privilege of being a reviewer of books written by Dynamics GP Experts/MVPs. I wished writing about these books once they got published, but it never happened till now. Here we go. To begin with, this post is my views of an all important book: Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Implementation This book is written by Victoria Yudin , founder of Flexible Solutions , a GP expert and an MVP ( an award that she holds on to for past 9 consecutive years )
Microsoft has just made available the Dashboard template that can be used to create a new SharePoint Online subsite in Office 365. Previously, creating a sharepoint site involved a few manual steps.
One of the challenges that I been trying to achieve is having my reports graphically designed to show data on “Maps” and that always been the toughest part customers might request. Few days back I been researching with my colleagues on how the “Sales By States” KPI works in Dynamics GP that dynamically pulls the sales of each state on the US map and discovered the “Map” feature in SSRS! We have been able to download the “.shp” file for Jordan map from one of the online free GIS providers and integrated this will SSRS, and then created the following report in SSRS in few minutes, saved this report in SSRS and been able to print this report from GP business analyzer: This article is just to show that this is doable for users to give it a try.