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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Reporting - Second Edition by Christopher J Liley, David Duncan

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Summary

In this chapter, we discussed both various ways to identify the data we need to create our reports as well as the various tools that assist us with this task. Once the challenges presented in the previous chapter have been identified, the next logical step is finding our data. Keep in mind that although some reporting tools do not require a pre-knowledge of the SQL database or GP company database structure, we can still use our knowledge of GP data structures to build better reports.

To that end, we've used this chapter to explore some of the conventions surrounding how GP data is stored. We began at the database level by exploring the differences between the system and company databases, including the new enhancements to naming system ...

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