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Reporting Services for Microsoft Dynamics 2009 Enterprise Portal – Part 3 Designing a Basic Report
In this post I’ll discuss, creation of a simple Customer Report, as and when it is time to introduce new concepts I will add more to this report. Creating a Reporting Project 1) Open Visual Studio 2) Click on File –> New –> Project –> <Select your preferred language C# or VB.NET> –> Dynamics –> Dynamics AX Reporting Project Note: You should have Reporting Extensions installed on your system. Reporting Extensions will install a Visual Studio plug-in which enables you to create ......

Posted On Tuesday, March 10, 2009 5:47 AM

Reporting Services for Microsoft Dynamics 2009 Enterprise Portal – Part 2 Reporting Projects
A Reporting project consists of a set of assemblies used to create SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) reports which can be used in Microsoft Dynamics AX. This project is created in Visual Studio and has two templates : C# and VB.NET. A typical layout of the solution file created is shown below: Project Element File Extension Description Solution File *.sln Contains one or more reporting projects. Reporting Project *.dynamicsproj Contains necessary files and assemblies to create a report. Model ......

Posted On Monday, March 9, 2009 10:43 AM

Reporting Services for Microsoft Dynamics 2009 Enterprise Portal – Part 1 Introduction
Microsoft Dynamics AX provides a model-based approach for creating reports by providing project templates and modelling tools that are incorporated into the Microsoft Visual Studio development environment. The reporting features provided by Microsoft Dynamics AX are based on a tight integration with SQL Server Reporting Services. Using the Microsoft Visual Studio reporting tools provided by Microsoft Dynamics AX has the following benefits: You can create reports quickly using the auto design reporting ......

Posted On Sunday, March 8, 2009 10:50 AM

Debugging SSRS AX 2009 Reports in VS 2008

I found a very good link from MSDN blogs related to this try this one out!!

It works well!!

http://blogs.msdn.com/vnicolas/archive/2008/08/30/debugging-business-logic-in-ax-2009-ssrs-reports.aspx

Posted On Monday, March 2, 2009 11:34 PM

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