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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 use Word to create professional looking documents you can send to your customers like invoices and statements? I hope so because we added Word forms in GP2010. In GP2013 we took it a step further based on your feedback. Customers now have the ability to email their word documents with password protection. This will ensure the recipient of the document will not be able to edit the document to make changes without entering a password
In this post we will discuss about the use of recursive querying in SQL Server. Recently, I got a request from a Partner to develop a SSRS report for the Indented Bill of Materials in the Inventory module. I was going through the Dexterity Indented Bill of Materials report and found out that the report uses a temporary table.
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
Did you know what we added several features that made it easier to use Microsoft Dynamics GP? They reduce the number of clicks it takes to get your work done. Customers have the ability to choose SmartList Favorites within lookups and select to save that lookup as the default. Once this has been chosen as the default, the next time the user enters the lookup the list will populate based off the view they selected as the default. This gives the customer the flexibility to set the lookups based off how they need to see the data and can save them valuable time in the application. The Set as Default option is available within the Customer and Prospects, Vendors, Items, Salespeople and Employees lookups.
Continuing with the Web Client Wednesday series, today I wanted to highlight the fact that the web client is still a work in progress. While a lot of ground has been covered over the past 3 years, the product continues to evolve, and of course, in the meantime there will be little issues here and there that may affect the way you work. Previous articles in the series: Web Client Wednesday – Browser Support Web Client Wednesday – User Interface Differences Just recently I ran into a Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 web client deployment case where the advanced SQL Server options are enabled to enforce password expiration
I had a case recently where the customer’s auditors were asking the customer to prove the version and build of Microsoft Dynamics GP was the same as the version they claimed it was.