Modifying reports that use Temp table and Accessing SQL data in Report Writer

David Musgrave demonstrates two Report Writer customization techniques. The first technique shows you how to access SQL data using VBA, which can be thought of as a way of working around those impossible table references, especially between GP and third-party products or viceversa. The second technique discusses how to customize reports that use temporary tables and considerations when attempting to create new relationships to other tables.

Enjoy these two Dynamics GP customization jewels and remember that you can take advantage of David's fully downloadable samples.

Until next post!

Mariano Gomez, MVP, MCP
Maximum Global Business, LLC


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