I have received a copy of the newly published Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Reporting, by David Duncan and Chrisopher J Liley, from Packt Publishing to review. This is an update of a previous book the pair wrote for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010:
The book covers an extensive range of the reporting tools in, or available with, Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013:
- SmartList Builder including Excel Report Builder
- Report Writer and Word Templates
- Reporting Services Reports
- Analysis Cubes
- Management Reporter
I have received a copy of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2013 Reporting to review which I will be doing over the next couple of weeks.
This is an update to the previous edition of the book for Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010, but this one is for the current version:
I’ll be giving it a thorough read and, setting aside my distaste for reporting outside of Management Reporter, I may even follow some of the examples and post a detailed account.
If you don’t want to wait for my review of the book, it can be bought now from Packt Publishing.
I have many other outside work items competing for my time at the moment which, combined with being busy at work is leaving me little time for reviewing. To that end I’m snatching an hour while sat at a hotel in the Midlands (South Yorkshire to be exact) to add another part to my review of Leslie Vail’s book Developing Microsoft Dynamics GP Business Applications published in October by Packt Publishing;
A new Microsoft Dynamics GP book, by Leslie Vail is now available from Packt Publishing.
This book will teach you how to create and customize Dynamics GP Applications by taking you through the initial steps of setting up a development environment through to customising and developing an example application using tools such as Dexterity, Visual Studio Tools and sanScript starting with an overview of Microsoft Dynamics GP architecture.