This latest SQL Server tip comes from the Feb/March 2013 GP Reports Viewer newsletter.
Directions is the only Microsoft Dynamics NAV event driven by NAV partners — for NAV partners. It is designed to help your organization build new business contacts, learn about best practices, and discover valuable tools for execution and success. At each conference you’ll find a wealth of sessions and speakers offering relevant and crucial information to give you the knowledge base you need to be successful.
Partners can now use this easy to view calendar in the link below to view all the events https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/worldwide/northamerica/us_recent/msdy_us_partnertraineventscalendar.htm?printpage=false#GP You can also view the upcoming events for the next couple of months in the global partner events calendar which can be accessed from the link below. https://mbs.microsoft.com/partnersource/newsevents/news/MSDPartnerEventsCalendar.htm I hope this helps the community… Until next post!
Partners can now register for a free online virtual launch event for Microsoft Dynamics AX, where they can hear directly from Microsoft executives about the innovations we’re introducing, right from your own desk. Feel free to register for this event online from the links below.
There is a new look coming up for the Microsoft CRM Online Sign-in page. Please check the details of this article in the PartnerSource link below.
We had a great time doing a webinar recently for the GPUG Special Interest Group (SIG) for SQL Reporting Services. We talked about using Common Table Expressions (CTE) to simplify queries for reports.
April Olson has posted a couple of cool videos in her blog article where she demonstrates the following: Generate a report at Account Level when using a Budget Tree Generate a report at Tree Level when using a Budget Tree Take a look at her article in the link below. Reporting on Dynamics GP Analytical Accounting Budget Trees You can watch the videos from the links below. Reporting on Analytical Accounting Budget Trees – Part 1 of 2 Reporting on Analytical Accounting Budget Trees – Part 2 of 2 I hope the community finds these videos interesting and new learning…