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Posts Tagged ‘SQL Server Reporting Services’

What is Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) and What Can It Do For You?

There is a lot of buzz around the exciting reporting tool for Microsoft Dynamics GP called Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). Because it is very powerful, people tend to think it is complicated and they don’t take the time to understand what it can do. So in this interview with Dawn Pleil, Software Developer/Support […]

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10 Tips and Tricks for Using SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS)

Part 1 of 3: Viewing & Using One of those most underused Microsoft Dynamics GP tools is SQL Server Reporting Services.  SSRS is an additional reporting tool (included with your SQL Server license) that allows you to access all of your standard Dynamics GP reports via your web browser.  Additionally, you have the flexibility to […]

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SSRS and Dynamics GP Report Models

Have you ever wanted to create a new Dynamics GP report, but were overwhelmed by finding out how to get the data that you wanted? Report writing isn’t impossible if you already have a data source that gives you the data you want, but what if you want something a little different? The Dynamics GP […]

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Dynamics GP 2013 New Features – SSRS Reports on Forms

This 3 minute video is about Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013's new feature—SSRS reports on forms.

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Five Steps to Identifying Dynamics GP Tables from Window Fields for SSRS Reports

Microsoft Dynamics GP has a great field, table, and window repository at the user’s finger tips. What the application does not do so easily is connect the dots between the window, the table, and the field.  So how does a user figure out how to create a report from scratch with data from a GP […]

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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Reporting – Book Review

By Marcia Nita Doron, Altico Advisors This review is for:  Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Reporting (Paperback) Full Disclosure:  I was provided a no-charge paperback edition for the purpose of this review by the publisher, Packt. What piqued my interest in the first place was actually the fact that Errol Schoenfish, a monument in the Microsoft […]

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SQL Server Reporting Services Versus Crystal Reports

If you are looking into buying Microsoft Dynamics GP, you will be interested in the reporting tools available. Reports are an essential part of any ERP system; a good report not only gives the right information but is also produced in the right format for a specific end user, particularly managerial level. It can be […]

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Developing SSRS Server Reports within Microsoft Dynamics GP to Fit your Needs

There is no doubt about it, reporting within Microsoft Dynamics® GP is getting more and more advanced. The capabilities are endless and the insight is phenomenal. Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 includes more than 75 SSRS reports and more than 200 Excel reports with refreshable data. But what if you’re not sure what you need to […]

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FAQ: Integration of SQL Server Reporting Services with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010

Microsoft Dynamics® GP 2010 has over 330 new updates and features – nearly triple the number for previous releases. So the main challenge is how to come up to speed quickly on those that are most useful to you.  The biggest obstacle with a state of the art system is training – not knowing what […]

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Crystal Reports vs SQL Server Reporting Services: Clash of the Microsoft Dynamics GP Reporting Titans

With Dynamics GP, you have a number of options when it comes to generating reports.  Depending on your specific needs there is usually an appropriate tool.  For example, FRx is the reporting tool for generating traditional structured financial statements such as Profit and Loss Statements or Balance Sheets.  Dynamics GP Smartlists provide easy access to […]

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