Microsoft Dynamics GP Business Analyzer: Part 2

As you saw in last week’s blog, Business Analyzer can be used to select and view SQL Server Reporting Services Reports from your desktop. To view the reports though, you must have security access to the Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services reports in Report Manager or the Microsoft SharePoint site and you also need access in…

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Microsoft Dynamics GP Business Analyzer: Part 1

Did you know that you have access to a tool that will interactively display Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services reports containing data from your Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 reports?  Did you know that you can use this tool right now without any additional registration? If this sounds like something you can get on-board with you…

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SQL Server Reporting Services 2012 with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010

With the Release of Microsoft SQL Server 2012, there are new considerations to be made when deploying SQL Server Reporting Services 2012 to use with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010. Here are a couple of the main ones. Native Mode Deployment 1.  If you’re going to deploy the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 reports to a Native…


Moving SQL Server Reporting Services from Native Mode to SharePoint Integrated Mode

Historically, many of our customers started out deploying their Microsoft Dynamics GP reports to SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) in Native mode, meaning that they used a Report Manager site to access their reports.  With the high adoption rate of Microsoft SharePoint Server, many of our customers would like to know how to switch their…

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Microsoft Dynamics GP SSRS Reports and Deployment

If you’ve deployed the Microsoft Dynamics GP pre-defined Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) reports in a previous version of Microsoft Dynamics GP and tied them to Microsoft Dynamics GP using the Reporting Tools Setup window, the reports will automatically be updated when you run Microsoft Dynamics GP Utilities to update to Service Pack 2…

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