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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Reporting by David Duncan, Christopher Liley

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Accessing data at the table level using SQL Management Studio

Once we have identified our physical table name, we can begin to use SQL Management Studio to view the data in the table. To accomplish this, we can write simple select statements to view the data. This can be very useful, as it allows us to see actual data in the underlying table. So, if a user tells us they need information they are entering in Sales User defined fields, we can view that data directly in the table to be sure we are capturing the requested data. A helpful tip for this is to open the Sales User-Defined Fields Entry window in Dynamics GP for a specific document number. Then, in SQL Management Studio, we can select the record from the table (in this case, the SOP10106 ...

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