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Assign sequential numbers in SQL Server

Here is a cool little SQL Server tip from the April GP Reports Viewer newsletter. Say you have a list of rows and you want to assign sequential numbers to them, so that you always know which one is first, second, etc. Or so that you can display line numbers. This is often a need […]

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SQL view for current Receivables aging detail in Dynamics GP

Another reader request brings us this new script. Below is a view for current Receivables aging in detail. This code is only looking at functional currency and will return one row per open (unpaid) receivables transaction. I am hard-coding the aging using the following buckets and aging by due date: Current 0 to 30 Days 31 to […]

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SQL view for current Payables aging detail in Dynamics GP

I have received a few requests for a detailed version my Current Payables Aging Summary view. Here it is. This code is only looking at functional currency and will return one row per open (unpaid) payables transaction. I am hard-coding the aging using the default aging setup installed with GP, which is aging by due date and using the […]

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Changing part of a string in SQL Server using REPLACE

This latest SQL Server tip comes from the Feb/March 2013 GP Reports Viewer newsletter. Have you ever needed to change part of a string in SQL Server? I have seen this come up in a variety of situations, like needing to change account names in the General Ledger or needing to show something differently when […]

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SQL view for sales quantities by item by site by year

Below is another variation on my view for sales by item by year and view for sales quantities by item by year. This one shows the total item quantity sold by site by year. The view below makes a number of assumptions (listed in the view comments in green), and I am hard coding years from 2006 through 2013 […]

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SQL view for Fixed Allocation Accounts in Dynamics GP

Below is a view that will return a list of the distribution accounts and percentages for all active fixed  allocation accounts in your Dynamics GP. Nothing fancy, but sometimes it is easier to have a report of these rather than have to look at them on the screen, especially when you have a lot of […]

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Happy New Year – 2013

It’s now become a little tradition of mine to sit in front of the computer when I get up on New Year’s Day, sipping coffee and checking my email…hoping that I once again can write a little blog post like this one. I just got that email I was waiting for, letting me know that […]

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How to add a sparkline to a report in SSRS

Introduction: This blog post is written by my friend and colleague Mickie Stamm. Mickie is a fabulous Dexterity, SQL and application developer and is one of the great minds behind GP Reports Viewer. By Mickie Stamm: In the last GP Reports Viewer newsletter I wrote about using rectangles as containers in SQL Server Reporting Services […]

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Voiding a partially applied Payables transaction in Dynamics GP

Periodically I get calls or see questions online about how to void a partially applied Payables transaction in Dynamics GP. This is one area where the Payables module differs drastically from the Receivables module and you have to jump through some hoops to actually accomplish this. The issue is that when you go to void […]

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Big announcement for Microsoft Dynamics GP’s Extender module

Last week, while searching for something on Microsoft’s PartnerSource, I came across an announcement that Microsoft is discontinuing sales of the Extender module and that both sales and support of Extender will revert back to eOne Solutions, the original developer of Extender, starting February 1, 2013. Please note that eOne has always sold a more […]

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Coding for specific dates in Crystal Reports

Below is an old tip from one of the GP Reports Viewer monthly newsletters. In the past few months I have had to look this up several times, because I just cannot seem to remember the syntax, so I thought I would put it on my blog, where it will be easier for to find […]

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SQL view for rolling 12 months of sales by item in Dynamics GP

Rolling twelve month reports are not always very easy to create,  and I have been seeing more requests for them, so I thought I would show an example of one way to do this. The view below is a variation of my sales by item by month view, however instead of specifying all months in […]

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SQL view for Variable Allocation Accounts in Dynamics GP

Below is a view that will return a list of the distribution and breakdown accounts for all active variable allocation accounts in your Dynamics GP. Nothing fancy, but sometimes it is easier to have a report of these rather than have to look at them on the screen, specially since you have to click on […]

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SQL view for commissions details in Dynamics GP

Commissions are typically difficult to create generic reports for, as many companies have unique commission structures. We find that out-of-the-box functionality in GP does not really work for most companies and often the commissions are recorded in ways other than what was intended. That said, if you find that you are using the commissions functionality […]

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Dynamics GP SOP line items with serial numbers and comments

Based on some reader requests, this new view is a combination of  my All SOP Line Items view and the recently posted script showing how to get a concatenated list of serial numbers in SQL. This new view will return all posted (history) or unposted (open) Sales Order Processing line items with the associated serial numbers (or lot numbers). […]

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