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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Reporting by David Duncan, Christopher Liley

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Locating Dynamics GP data with additional tools

Earlier in this chapter, we discussed a logical way for finding data for our report by starting at the database level and working our way down to the field level within the SQL database tables. While this approach utilized the GP naming and numbering convention, as well as the Resource Descriptions and Table Import tools within Dynamics GP, several other tools exist outside of the standard GP application that can help us better understand where our data might be located.

Dynamics GP 2010 Software Development Kit

Another useful tool for report writers and developers to use when trying to determine which tables should be used in building a report is the Software Development Kit or SDK, for short. Unlike ...

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