Tag: Sales Order Processing
Back in February of this year, I did a full walk-through of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 deployment on Windows Azure . I realized that one of the things that make it hard for partners and customers to determine whether to use the Windows Azure platform for hosting their Microsoft Dynamics GP solution is the scattered information regarding (application) features that are supported on the platform. In fact, did you know that even if you are not running Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013, you can still take advantage of Windows Azure to host other versions of Microsoft Dynamics GP?
I did a couple of posts a while ago on fixing the sample company reports (the first post fixed the Row and Column Definitions and the second the Reporting Tree Definitions), but there has been another issue with them that … Continue reading →
Did you know that you can access SQL Reporting Service Reports directly from a GP form? This feature is cool because it allows customers to print SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) reports directly from a Microsoft Dynamics GP form making it easier to access information in a format that makes sense. The user may select to print SSRS reports from various forms across General Ledger, Receivables Management, Sales Order Processing, Payables Management, Inventory Management, Human Resources, and Payroll. Users can simply select to print a SSRS report assigned to the Microsoft Dynamics GP Form and the report will render information based on the record retrieved on the form. Customers can print the reports we ship or they can create their own custom SSRS reports to print
Last week MVP Mark Polino started a series called Web Client Wednesdays, which is actually a Microsoft Dynamics GP community outreach to start building up the body of knowledge around Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 web client. If you are a blogger, consultant, customer, or partner who has had some experience with the web client, Mark would like to hear from you. As part of my contribution to this series, last week I started talking about the UI differences between the desktop client and the web client.
A client reported a problem with Management Reporter returning incorrect figures when a link to the Financial Dimensions on the Row Definition had been entered in lower case.