The SUPER PROmotion: Microsoft Visio and Microsoft Project

Fans of Visio and Project might be interested in this latest promotion between the two products… For a limited time, get up to 15% back on ERP* in partner subsidy funds when you purchase at least 10 Microsoft® Office Visio® Professional 2007 licenses through a new or true-up Enterprise Agreement or Select License Agreement with…


Dynamics AX 2009: Launching an SSRS report from the Dynamics AX client UI

In my previous post I showed how to create and deploy report. At that time I just manually browsed the SSRS website to find the report. However, the typical way a user will launch a report is from the AX client (or from the AX Enterprise Portal web site) In this example, I’ll show how…


Dynamics AX 2009: Creating a simple SSRS Report

Dynamics AX 2009 features support for writing reports using SQL Server Reporting Services. In this post, I’m going to show you how to create a simple SSRS report that accesses data in the AX database. The overall process I will describe will focus on the first stage of authoring and deploying the report from the…


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Nothing but Screen Captures –

I’m an avid user of screen capture and screen recording software. Finally I found a site that is focused on nothing but screen capturing:  


Dynamics AX 2009: BI/Reporting/Analysis on SQL Server 2008, and Windows Server 2008

If you  have tried installing Dynamics AX 2009, you may have noticed that the Business Intelligence components (Reporting & Analysis components) have issues installing with Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008. (Axel Kühn posts about his experience here). Does Dynamics AX 2009 support SQL Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008? Yes, and this support…