SQL View to Return Budgets By Month

Microsoft Dynamics GPThe budget functionality in Microsoft Dynamics GP isn’t the strongest with reporting being particularly weak. The ability to report on budgets in Management Reporter does somewhat redeem this area of functionality.

However, the absence of a SmartList Object for budgets is quite a big issue, as SmartList is a very nice flexible reporting tool which the majority of my clients know well. For those with SmartList Builder, it was easy enough to create a SmartList Object for them.

With the introduction of SmartList Designer, we were able to roll out the SmartList budget report to all of the clients who wanted it.

The script is below and returns the budget information with the beginning balance, 12 hard-coded periods and total horizontally across the page.

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SQL View Joining GL Transactions To MDA

Microsoft Dynamics GPWe have a couple of clients using MDA (Multi-dimensional Analysis; the precursor to Analytical Accounting), which I don’t know terribly well. So, when one of them asked for a new SmartList Object to be created which extracts information about General Journals and the related MDA information, I needed to do some exploring of the database to work out the links.

Unfortunately, the links between the GL transactions and MDA are not especially obvious. To verify what I had created I did a search and came across a post from 2011 by Mark Polino which was posting code created by a Jeremy Lowell.

I ended up combining some of the code I had with Jeremy’s code (when I tried just his I was getting duplicate lines) to create the below SQL View. Since writing and giving the view to the client, I’ve spotted a few places where the SQL could be tightened up, but this view has been tested in its current state.

CREATE VIEW uv_AZRCRV_LinkGLtoMDA AS
	SELECT DISTINCT
		GLT.JRNENTRY
		,GLT.YEAR
		,GLT.TRXDATE
		,GLT.REFRENCE
		,GLT.SOURCDOC
		,GLT.DEBITAMT
		,GLT.CRDTAMNT
		,GLT.ACTINDX
		,DTA10100.DTASERIES
		,DTA10100.DTAREF
		,DTA10100.GROUPID
		,DTA10100.DTA_GL_Reference
		,DTA10100.GROUPAMT
		,DTA10200.CODEID
		,DTA10200.POSTDESC
		,DTA10200.CODEAMT
	FROM
		(SELECT GLT.JRNENTRY
			,GLT.OPENYEAR AS YEAR
			,GLT.TRXDATE
			,GLT.REFRENCE
			,GLT.SOURCDOC
			,GLT.DEBITAMT
			,GLT.CRDTAMNT
			,GLT.ACTINDX
			,GLT.SEQNUMBR
			,GLT.OrigSeqNum
			,GLT.ORCTRNUM
		FROM
			GL20000 AS GLT WITH (NOLOCK)
		UNION ALL 
			SELECT GLT.JRNENTRY
				,GLT.HSTYEAR AS YEAR
				,GLT.TRXDATE
				,GLT.REFRENCE
				,GLT.SOURCDOC
				,GLT.DEBITAMT
				,GLT.CRDTAMNT
				,GLT.ACTINDX
				,GLT.SEQNUMBR
				,GLT.OrigSeqNum
				,GLT.ORCTRNUM
			FROM
				GL30000 AS GLT WITH (NOLOCK)
		) AS GLT
	LEFT OUTER JOIN
		DTA10100 WITH (NOLOCK)
			ON
				DTA10100.JRNENTRY = GLT.JRNENTRY
			AND
				DTA10100.ACTINDX = GLT.ACTINDX 
			AND
				(DTA10100.SEQNUMBR = GLT.SEQNUMBR OR DTA10100.SEQNUMBR <> GLT.SEQNUMBR)
			AND
				GLT.ORCTRNUM = DTA10100.DOCNUMBR 
	LEFT OUTER JOIN
		DTA10200 WITH (NOLOCK)
			ON
				(DTA10200.DTAREF = DTA10100.DTAREF
					AND
				GLT.SEQNUMBR = GLT.OrigSeqNum)
			OR
				(DTA10200.DTAREF = DTA10100.DTAREF
					AND
				GLT.SEQNUMBR <> GLT.OrigSeqNum)
GO
GRANT SELECT ON uv_AZRCRV_LinkGLtoMDA TO DYNGRP
GO

View To Return Sales Orders (Work Status) Requiring An Assembly

Microsoft Dynamics GPI have some clients who use the Bill of Materials and assemblies within the Inventory series rather than the Manufacturing series and full MRP; their processes are not so complex that they need this level of MRP functionality. To make it easy to link an assembly to a sales order, the assemblies are created with the same ID as the order (one of the clients has a high level of automation added via customisations to automatically create the assembly from the order).

I’ve created a script to return this information on more than one occasion, so finally decided to post it here so I can easily find it.


CREATE VIEW uv_AZRCRV_SalesOrdersToBeAssembled AS
/*
Created by Ian Grieve of azurecurve|Ramblings of a Dynamics GP Consultant (http://www.azurecurve.co.uk)
This code is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Int).
*/
SELECT
	CASE WHEN LEFT(RTRIM(SOP102.SOPNUMBE),3) = 'ORD' THEN
		SUBSTRING(RTRIM(SOP102.SOPNUMBE),4,LEN(RTRIM(SOP102.SOPNUMBE))-3)
	ELSE
		RTRIM(SOP102.SOPNUMBE)
	END +
	CASE WHEN (SELECT COUNT(SOPNUMBE) FROM SOP10200 SOP102I WHERE SOP102I.SOPNUMBE = SOP102.SOPNUMBE) > 1 THEN
		'_' + CAST(SOP102.LNITMSEQ/13684 AS VARCHAR(2))
	ELSE
		''
	END AS 'Assembly'
	,FORMAT(GETDATE(), 'yyyyMMdd') AS 'Batch Number'
	,RTRIM(SOP102.ITEMNMBR) AS 'Item Number'
	,CASE WHEN SOP102.UOFM = 'EACH' THEN
		CAST(CAST(SOP102.QUANTITY AS DECIMAL(10,0)) AS VARCHAR(10))
	ELSE
		CAST(CAST(SOP102.QUANTITY*10000 AS DECIMAL(10,0)) AS VARCHAR(10))
	END AS 'Quantity'
	,SOP102.UOFM AS 'UofM'
	,SOP101.BACHNUMB AS 'Sales Batch'
FROM
	SOP10200 SOP102 WITH (NOLOCK)
INNER JOIN
	SOP10100 SOP101 WITH (NOLOCK)
		ON
			SOP101.SOPNUMBE = SOP102.SOPNUMBE
		AND
			SOP101.SOPTYPE = SOP102.SOPTYPE
INNER JOIN
	BM00101 BM101 WITH (NOLOCK)
		ON
			BM101.ITEMNMBR = SOP102.ITEMNMBR
		AND
			BM101.Bill_Status = 1
LEFT JOIN
	BM10200 BM102 WITH (NOLOCK)
		ON BM102.TRX_ID = RTRIM(SUBSTRING(SOP102.SOPNUMBE,4,LEN(SOP102.SOPNUMBE)-3))
LEFT JOIN
	BM30200 BM302 WITH (NOLOCK)
		ON BM302.TRX_ID = RTRIM(SUBSTRING(SOP102.SOPNUMBE,4,LEN(SOP102.SOPNUMBE)-3))
WHERE
	SOP102.SOPTYPE = 2
AND
	BM102.TRX_ID IS NULL
AND
	BM302.TRX_ID IS NULL
GO

GRANT SELECT ON uv_AZRCRV_SalesOrdersToBeAssembled TO DYNGRP

SQL View To Allow Customer/Item Link In SmartList Builder

Microsoft Dynamics GPOn this one I am open to someone telling me that there is actually a way to do this out of the box, but I haven’t been able to find it. On a SmartList I was creating, I needed to pull the customer item number and description through to a SOP transaction SmartList, but couldn’t find any table to link with.

As a workaround, I created this view which contains the required link using the CUSTNMBR from SOP10100 (Sales Transaction Work) and the ITEMNMBR from SOP10200 (Sales Transaction Amounts Work):


CREATE VIEW uv_AZRCRV_CustomerItemLink AS
/*
Created by Ian Grieve of azurecurve|Ramblings of a Dynamics GP Consultant (http://www.azurecurve.co.uk)
This code is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Int).
*/
	SELECT
		SOP102.SOPNUMBE
		,SOP102.SOPTYPE
		,SOP102.LNITMSEQ
		,SOP101.CUSTNMBR
		,SOP102.ITEMNMBR
	FROM
		SOP10200 AS SOP102 WITH (NOLOCK)
	INNER JOIN
		SOP10100 AS SOP101 WITH (NOLOCK)
			ON SOP101.SOPNUMBE = SOP102.SOPNUMBE AND SOP101.SOPTYPE = SOP102.SOPTYPE
	INNER JOIN
		SOP60300 AS SOP603 WITH (NOLOCK)
			ON SOP603.CUSTNMBR = SOP101.CUSTNMBR AND SOP603.ITEMNMBR = SOP102.ITEMNMBR
GO

GRANT SELECT ON uv_AZRCRV_CustomerItemLink TO DYNGRP
GO

SQL View To Return Purchasing Transactions With Multicurrency

Microsoft Dynamics GPA client I was working with recently was using two SmartLists, one for Payables Transactions and the other from Purchase Order Transactions, to generate a listing of purchasing transactions. However, they had to do manual fiddling around in Excel to get some of the formatting correct and didn’t have all of the information they wanted. Always up for a challenge, I had a go at producing a view we could plug in using SmartList Designer which would give them the information they wanted in the format the needed.

The below is the SQL view which was produced. It includes the PO and Receipt Numbers as well as the Originating Currency (with symbol) and exchange rate; the Functional Currency was left without a symbol so it can be easily totalled in Excel. Where the transaction does not have an Originating Currency I am outputting the Functional Currency.

/*
Created by Ian Grieve of azurecurve|Ramblings of a Dynamics GP Consultant (http://www.azurecurve.co.uk)
This code is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Int).
*/
CREATE VIEW uv_AZRCRV_PurchasingTrxList AS
	SELECT
		PM.VCHRNMBR AS 'Voucher Number'
		,CASE WHEN PM.DOCTYPE = 1 THEN
			PM401.PMTRXDSC_1
		WHEN PM.DOCTYPE = 2 THEN
			PM401.PMTRXDSC_2
		WHEN PM.DOCTYPE = 3 THEN
			PM401.PMTRXDSC_3
		WHEN PM.DOCTYPE = 4 THEN
			PM401.PMTRXDSC_4
		WHEN PM.DOCTYPE = 5 THEN
			PM401.PMTRXDSC_5
		WHEN PM.DOCTYPE = 6 THEN
			PM401.PMTRXDSC_6
		WHEN PM.DOCTYPE = 7 THEN
			PM401.PMTRXDSC_7
		WHEN PM.DOCTYPE = 8 THEN
			PM401.PMTRXDSC_8
		ELSE
			'Unknown'
		END AS 'Document Type'
		,PM004.DOCTYPE
		,CASE WHEN PM004.DCSTATUS = 1 THEN
			'Work'
		WHEN PM004.DCSTATUS = 2 THEN
			'Open'
		WHEN PM004.DCSTATUS = 3 THEN
			'History'
		ELSE
			'Unknown'
		END AS 'Document Status'
		,PM004.DCSTATUS
		,PM.PORDNMBR AS 'PO Number'
		,ISNULL(POP303.POPRCTNM,'') AS 'Receipt Number'
		,PM.VENDORID AS 'Creditor Name'
		,PM002.VENDNAME AS 'Creditor ID'
		,CONVERT(VARCHAR,PM.DOCDATE,103) AS 'Document Date'
		,CASE WHEN PM.DOCTYPE <= 3 THEN '' ELSE '-' END
			+ ISNULL(RTRIM(MC402.CRNCYSYM),RTRIM(MC402F.CRNCYSYM)) 
			+ CAST(CAST(ISNULL(MC.OPURAMT,PM.PRCHAMNT) AS DECIMAL(10,2)) AS VARCHAR) AS 'Originating Purchasing Amount'
		,CASE WHEN PM.DOCTYPE <= 3 THEN '' ELSE '-' END 
			+ ISNULL(RTRIM(MC402.CRNCYSYM),RTRIM(MC402F.CRNCYSYM)) 
			+ CAST(CAST(ISNULL(MC.ORTAXAMT,PM.TAXAMNT) AS DECIMAL(10,2)) AS VARCHAR) AS 'Originating Tax Amount'
		,CASE WHEN PM.DOCTYPE <= 3 THEN '' ELSE '-' END 
			+ ISNULL(RTRIM(MC402.CRNCYSYM),RTRIM(MC402F.CRNCYSYM)) 
			+ CAST(CAST(ISNULL(MC.ORDOCAMT,PM.DOCAMNT) AS DECIMAL(10,2)) AS VARCHAR) AS 'Originating Document Amount'
		,CASE WHEN MC.XCHGRATE IS NULL THEN 0 ELSE MC.XCHGRATE END AS 'Exchange Rate'
		,CAST(CASE WHEN PM.DOCTYPE <= 3 THEN PM.PRCHAMNT ELSE PM.PRCHAMNT * -1 END AS DECIMAL(10,2)) AS 'Functional Purchasing Amount'
		,CAST(CASE WHEN PM.DOCTYPE <= 3 THEN PM.TAXAMNT ELSE PM.TAXAMNT * -1 END AS DECIMAL(10,2)) AS 'Functional Tax Amount'
		,CAST(CASE WHEN PM.DOCTYPE <= 3 THEN PM.DOCAMNT ELSE PM.DOCAMNT * -1 END AS DECIMAL(10,2)) AS 'Functional Document Amount'
	FROM
		(
		-- Transaction History
		SELECT
			VCHRNMBR,DOCTYPE,DOCDATE,PORDNMBR,VENDORID,PRCHAMNT,TAXAMNT,DOCAMNT
		FROM
			PM30200 WITH (NOLOCK)
		UNION ALL
			-- Transaction Open
			SELECT
				VCHRNMBR,DOCTYPE,DOCDATE,PORDNMBR,VENDORID,PRCHAMNT,TAXAMNT,DOCAMNT
			FROM
				PM20000 WITH (NOLOCK)
		UNION ALL
			-- Transaction Work
			SELECT
				VCHRNMBR,DOCTYPE,DOCDATE,PORDNMBR,VENDORID,PRCHAMNT,TAXAMNT,DOCAMNT
			FROM
				PM10000 WITH (NOLOCK)
		UNION ALL
			-- Payment Work
			SELECT
				VCHRNMBR,DOCTYPE,DOCDATE,'',VENDORID,0,0,CHEKTOTL
			FROM
				PM10300 WITH (NOLOCK)
		UNION ALL
			-- Manual Payment Work
			SELECT
				VCHRNMBR,DOCTYPE,DOCDATE,'',VENDORID,0,0,DOCAMNT
			FROM
				PM10400 WITH (NOLOCK)
		) AS PM
	 INNER JOIN
		PM00400 PM004 WITH (NOLOCK)
			 ON PM004.CNTRLNUM = PM.VCHRNMBR AND PM004.DOCTYPE = PM.DOCTYPE
	 INNER JOIN
		PM00200 AS PM002 WITH (NOLOCK)
			 ON PM002.VENDORID = PM.VENDORID
	 LEFT JOIN
		MC020103 AS MC WITH (NOLOCK)
			 ON MC.VCHRNMBR = PM.VCHRNMBR AND MC.DOCTYPE = PM.DOCTYPE
	 LEFT JOIN
		POP30300 AS POP303 WITH (NOLOCK)
			 ON POP303.VCHRNMBR = PM.VCHRNMBR
	 LEFT JOIN
		DYNAMICS..MC40200 AS MC402 WITH (NOLOCK)
			 ON MC402.CURRNIDX = MC.CURRNIDX
	 INNER JOIN
		MC40000 AS MC400 WITH (NOLOCK)
			 ON MC400.FUNLCURR = MC400.FUNLCURR
	 INNER JOIN
		DYNAMICS..MC40200 AS MC402F WITH (NOLOCK)
			 ON MC402F.CURRNIDX = MC400.FUNCRIDX
	 INNER JOIN
		PM40100 AS PM401 WITH (NOLOCK)
			 ON PM401.UNIQKEY = PM401.UNIQKEY
	ORDER BY PM.DOCDATE
 GO 

GRANT SELECT ON uv_AZRCRV_PurchasingTrxList TO DYNGRP
GO

SQL View For Computer Cheques At Work Status To Check Email Enabled

Microsoft Dynamics GPWhile onsite with a client recently, I was asked if it was possible to view the payments in a computer checks batch and whether the creditors (vendors) were enabled for emailed remittances.

Out of the box no, but SmartList Designer can be used to do this. I created a new SQL view to get payments at a status of work and, in SmartList Designer, combined it with the remittance enabled view and vendor email addresses view I have previously posted.

I could have used the table in GP, but I find using views in SmartList Designer easier so created the view.

CREATE VIEW uv_AZRCRV_PaymentRunWORK AS

SELECT
	PM103.BACHNUMB AS 'Batch Number'
	,PM103.VENDORID AS 'Creditor ID'
	,PM2.VENDNAME AS 'Creditor Name'
	,PM2.VADDCDPR AS 'Primary Address'
	,PM2.VADCDTRO AS 'Remit To Address'
	,PM103.DOCDATE AS 'Document Date'
FROM
	PM00200 AS PM2
INNER JOIN
	PM10300 AS PM103 ON PM103.VENDORID = PM2.VENDORID
GO

GRANT SELECT ON uv_AZRCRV_PaymentRunWORK TO DYNGRP
GO

All of these views could have been created natively in SmartList Builder, but by creating them as views I can reuse them in SmartList Designer or any other reporting tool.

SQL View For Remittance Enabled

Microsoft Dynamics GPWant an easy way to see which vendors are configured for remittances to be emailed? Plug this view into SmartList Designer, or SmartList Builder, and you’ll have that easy way.

CREATE VIEW uv_AZRCRV_VendorRemittanceEnabled AS
SELECT 
	EmailCardID AS VENDORID
	,CASE WHEN EmailDocumentEnabled = 1 THEN 'Yes' ELSE 'No' END AS 'Remittance Enabled'
 FROM 
	SY04905
WHERE
	EmailSeriesID = 4
AND
	MODULE1 = 19
AND	
	EmailDocumentID = 6
GO

GRANT SELECT ON uv_AZRCRV_VendorRemittanceEnabled TO DYNGRP
GO

SQL View For Vendor Email Addresses

Microsoft Dynamics GPI produced this view to return vendor email address for a client a while ago; I don’t typically use this view by itself, but instead combine it with GP tables to produce a larger SmartList report using either SmartList Designer or SmartList Builder.


CREATE VIEW uv_AZRCRV_VendorInternetAddresses
AS
SELECT
	['Internet Addresses'].Master_ID AS 'Vendor ID'
	,['Internet Addresses'].ADRSCODE AS 'Address Code'
	,['Internet Addresses'].EmailToAddress AS 'Email To Address'
	,['Internet Addresses'].EmailCcAddress AS 'Email Cc Address'
	,['Internet Addresses'].EmailBccAddress AS 'Email Bcc Address'
	,['Internet Addresses'].INET1 AS 'Email'
FROM
	SY01200 AS ['Internet Addresses']
WHERE
	['Internet Addresses'].Master_Type = 'VEN'
GO

GRANT SELECT ON uv_AZRCRV_VendorInternetAddresses TO DYNGRP
GO

Security Views For Use In SmartList Designer: User Access & Granted Security Roles With Tasks & Operations

Microsoft Dynamics GPThe eighth and final view in the series, shows users with their access to companies, roles, tasks and security operations. I’ll state up front that this is probably the least useful fo the views due to the sheer number of rows that it returns.

CREATE VIEW [dbo].[uv_AZRCRV_UserAccessAndGrantedSecurityRolesWithTasksAndOperations] AS
/*
Created by Ian Grieve of azurecurve|Ramblings of a Dynamics GP Consultant (http://www.azurecurve.co.uk)
This code is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 UK: England & Wales (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 UK).
*/
SELECT
	['User Master'].USERID AS 'User ID'
	,['User Master'].USERNAME AS 'Username'
	,['User Master'].USRCLASS AS 'User Class'
	,ISNULL(['Class Master'].DSCRIPTN, '') AS 'User Class Description'
	,ISNULL(['Company Master'].INTERID, '') AS 'Intercompany ID'
	,ISNULL(['Company Master'].CMPNYNAM, '') AS 'Company Name'
	,ISNULL(['Security Assignment User Role'].SECURITYROLEID, '') AS 'Security Role ID'
	,ISNULL(['Security Roles Master'].SECURITYROLENAME, '') AS 'Security Role Name'
	,ISNULL(['Security Role Task Assignment'].SECURITYTASKID, '') AS 'Security Task ID'
	,ISNULL(['Security Task Master'].SECURITYTASKNAME, '') AS 'Security Task Name'
	,ISNULL(['Security Task Master'].SECURITYTASKDESC, '') AS 'Security Task Description'
	,ISNULL(['Security Resource Descriptions'].PRODNAME, '') AS 'Product Name'
	,ISNULL(['Security Resource Descriptions'].Series_Name, '') AS 'Series Name'
	,ISNULL(['Security Resource Descriptions'].DSPLNAME, '') AS 'Security Operation Name'
	,ISNULL(['Security Resource Descriptions'].TYPESTR, '') AS 'Security Operation Type'
FROM
	SY01400 AS ['User Master']
LEFT JOIN
	SY40400 AS ['Class Master']
		ON ['Class Master'].USRCLASS = ['User Master'].USRCLASS
LEFT JOIN
	SY60100 AS ['User-Company Access']
		ON ['User-Company Access'].USERID = ['User Master'].USERID
LEFT JOIN
	SY10500 AS ['Security Assignment User Role']
		ON ['Security Assignment User Role'].CMPANYID = ['User-Company Access'].CMPANYID
			AND ['Security Assignment User Role'].USERID = ['User-Company Access'].USERID
LEFT JOIN
	SY09100 AS ['Security Roles Master']
		ON ['Security Roles Master'].SECURITYROLEID = ['Security Assignment User Role'].SECURITYROLEID
LEFT JOIN
	SY10600 AS ['Security Role Task Assignment']
		ON ['Security Role Task Assignment'].SECURITYROLEID = ['Security Roles Master'].SECURITYROLEID
LEFT JOIN
	SY01500 AS ['Company Master']
		ON ['Company Master'].CMPANYID = ['User-Company Access'].CMPANYID
LEFT JOIN
	SY09000 AS ['Security Task Master']
		ON ['Security Task Master'].SECURITYTASKID = ['Security Role Task Assignment'].SECURITYTASKID
LEFT JOIN
	SY10700 AS ['Security Assignment Task Operations']
		ON ['Security Assignment Task Operations'].SECURITYTASKID = ['Security Task Master'].SECURITYTASKID
LEFT JOIN
	SY09400 AS ['Security Resource Descriptions']
		ON ['Security Resource Descriptions'].SECURITYID = ['Security Assignment Task Operations'].SECURITYID
GO

GRANT SELECT ON uv_AZRCRV_UserAccessAndGrantedSecurityRolesWithTasks TO DYNGRP
GO

Security Views For Use In SmartList Designer: Security Tasks & Operations

Microsoft Dynamics GPThe seventh SQL view in this series does not include users, but instead shows the tasks and the operations. To use this view you will need to have populated the Security Resource Descriptions table.

CREATE VIEW [dbo].[uv_AZRCRV_SecurityTasksWithOperations] AS
/*
Created by Ian Grieve of azurecurve|Ramblings of a Dynamics GP Consultant (http://www.azurecurve.co.uk)
This code is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.0 UK: England & Wales (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 UK).
*/
SELECT
	['Security Task Master'].SECURITYTASKID AS 'Security Task ID'
	,['Security Task Master'].SECURITYTASKNAME AS 'Security Task Name'
	,['Security Task Master'].SECURITYTASKDESC AS 'Security Task Description'
	,['Security Resource Descriptions'].PRODNAME AS 'Product Name'
	,['Security Resource Descriptions'].Series_Name AS 'Series Name'
	,['Security Resource Descriptions'].DSPLNAME AS 'Security Operation Name'
	,['Security Resource Descriptions'].TYPESTR AS 'Security Operation Type'
FROM
	SY09000 AS ['Security Task Master']
INNER JOIN
	SY10700 AS ['Security Assignment Task Operations']
		ON ['Security Assignment Task Operations'].SECURITYTASKID = ['Security Task Master'].SECURITYTASKID
INNER JOIN
	SY09400 AS ['Security Resource Descriptions']
		ON ['Security Resource Descriptions'].SECURITYID = ['Security Assignment Task Operations'].SECURITYID
GO

GRANT SELECT ON uv_AZRCRV_SecurityTasksWithOperations TO DYNGRP
GO