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Configuring SAP ERP financials and controlling / / Peter Jones, John Burger ; cover designer, Ryan Sneed
Configuring SAP ERP financials and controlling / / Peter Jones, John Burger ; cover designer, Ryan Sneed
Autore Jones Peter
Edizione [1st edition]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Indianapolis, Indiana : , : Wiley, , 2009
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (1607 p.)
Disciplina 657.0285/53
658.150285536
Collana Serious skills
Soggetto topico Accounting - Data processing
Accounting - Computer programs
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-118-25733-2
1-118-05916-6
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Title Page; Credits; Copyright; Publisher's Note; Dedication; Acknowledgments; About the Authors; Introduction; Is This Book for You?; How This Book Is Organized; Conventions Used in This Book; Case Company Background; Chapter 1: Configuration Tools; Introduction to SAP; A New Approach to System Customization; The Implementation Guide (IMG); The Service Market Place; Summary; Chapter 2: Financial Accounting Enterprise Structure; Chart of Accounts; Fiscal Year Variant; Posting Period Variant; Company Code Configuration; Business Areas; Functional Areas
Advanced Validation and Substitution ConfigurationSales and Use Tax; Summary; Chapter 3: General Ledger; Continuing with the Chart of Accounts; Copying and Transporting G/L Accounts; Field Status Groups; Posting Key Configuration; Automatic Account Determination; Intercompany Posting Automatic Account Assignment; Financial Statement Versions; G/L Display Configuration; Posting Amount Defaults and Tolerance Groups; Number Ranges and Document Types; Summary; Chapter 4: Accounts Payable; House Banks and Accounts; Payment Program Configuration; Company Code Data; Paying Company Code Data
Vendor Master DataSummary; Chapter 5: Accounts Receivable; Terms of Payment and Interest Calculation; Reason Codes; Default Account Assignments; Overall A/R and Employee Tolerances; Credit Management; Customer Master Records; Summary; Chapter 6: Financial Supply Chain Management; Biller Direct; Cash and Liquidity Management; Liquidity Planner; Collections Management; Credit Management; Summary; Chapter 7: New GL Accounting; Overview of the New GL; Initial Configuration Requirements of the New GL; Master Data of the New GL; Summary; Chapter 8: Controlling Enterprise Structure
The Controlling AreaThe Operating Concern; Summary; Chapter 9: Cost Element Accounting; Cost Element Types; Creating Cost Elements Automatically; Creating Cost Elements Manually; Imputed Costs; Reconciliation Ledger; Explanation of CO Updates; Summary; Chapter 10: Cost Center Accounting; Introduction to Cost Center Accounting Configuration; Cost Center Accounting Standard Hierarchy; Controlling Area/Profit Center Accounting Maintenance; Cost Center Basics; Activity Types and Statistical Key Figures; Assessments, Distributions, and Periodic Repostings; Cost Center Accounting: Planning
Assigning Accounts Automatically in COSummary; Chapter 11: Internal Order Accounting; Configuring Internal Order Accounting; Controlling Area Maintenance for Internal Order Accounting; Order Settlement Configuration; Order Planning and Budgeting; Internal Order Status Management; Order Type Development; Summary; Chapter 12: Profitability Analysis; Costing-Based vs. Account-Based CO-PA; Operating Concern Development; Characteristic Derivation; Assigning Values to Value Fields; CO-PA Planning; Activating CO-PA; CO-PA Reporting; CO-PA Transports; Summary; Chapter 13: Profit Center Accounting
PCA Configuration Overview
Record Nr. UNINA-9910141180603321
Jones Peter  
Indianapolis, Indiana : , : Wiley, , 2009
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Customer success with Microsoft Dynamics Sure Step / / Chandru Shankar, Vincent Bellefroid, Nilesh Thakkar
Customer success with Microsoft Dynamics Sure Step / / Chandru Shankar, Vincent Bellefroid, Nilesh Thakkar
Autore Shankar Chandru
Edizione [2nd ed.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Birmingham, England : , : Packt Publishing, , 2014
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (380 p.)
Disciplina 658.7
Collana Professional expertise distilled
Soggetto topico Accounting - Computer programs
Business logistics - Data processing
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-84968-703-X
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Copyright; Credits; Foreword; About the Author; About the Reviewer; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Background and Concepts; The business solutions market; Building a solution strategy with pace layering; The two-tier approach, cloud computing, and workloads; The importance of a methodology; The importance of a methodology for solution selection; Introducing Microsoft Dynamics Sure Step; Microsoft Dynamics overview; Understanding what a project is; Implementing the solution; ERP and CRM implementations and statistics; Summary
Chapter 2: Solution Selling and Driving Due DiligenceDriving value for the customer and solution provider; Value realization and measurement; What it means to be solution centric; Solution selling concepts; Solution selling - the buyer's perspective; Building the trust; Building the vision; Determining the right time to demo the solution; Staying aligned with the buyer; Vision processing - creation and reengineering; The Microsoft Solution Selling Process; Summary; Chapter 3: Solution Envisioning with Sure Step; The Sure Step Diagnostic phase
The concept of Decision Accelerator (DA) OfferingsDiagnostic for a new Dynamics customer; Starting the discovery process; Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services tools and alignment with Sure Step; The first step to envisioning the future state; Identifying the right solution; Determining the infrastructure implications; Estimating the delivery costs, approach, plans, and roles; Phased approach and staging options for multiple site deployments; Reducing the risk perception; Estimating the Return on Investment; Developing the project charter and proposal; Closing the sales cycle
Initiating the delivery cycleOther aspects of the Decision Accelerator offering services; Diagnostic leveraging of the Accelerated POC with the CRM Online service; The Diagnostic phase for a current Dynamics customer; Assessing the upgrade requirements; Applying the other Decision Accelerator services to upgrade engagements; Supporting the customer's buying cycle; Defining organizational needs; Determining the right solution; Understanding and mitigating risks; Approach for upgrading existing solutions; Positioning solutions for specific industries; Industry/vertical solutions
The manufacturing industryThe public sector industry; The retail industry; Service industries; Cross-industry/horizontal solutions; Cross-industry customer care solutions; xRM or extended CRM solutions; Future industry and cross-industry solution content; Quick Reference; Summary; Chapter 4: Managing Projects; About projects and project management; Myths and resistance; Is project management an overhead?; Is project management an obstacle to flexibility?; Is project management unsalable?; Why project management?; The alternative; Using our own methodology
Why quality-driven companies prefer project management
Record Nr. UNINA-9910453572803321
Shankar Chandru  
Birmingham, England : , : Packt Publishing, , 2014
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Customer success with Microsoft Dynamics Sure Step / / Chandru Shankar, Vincent Bellefroid, Nilesh Thakkar
Customer success with Microsoft Dynamics Sure Step / / Chandru Shankar, Vincent Bellefroid, Nilesh Thakkar
Autore Shankar Chandru
Edizione [2nd ed.]
Pubbl/distr/stampa Birmingham, England : , : Packt Publishing, , 2014
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (380 p.)
Disciplina 658.7
Collana Professional expertise distilled
Soggetto topico Accounting - Computer programs
Business logistics - Data processing
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-84968-703-X
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Copyright; Credits; Foreword; About the Author; About the Reviewer; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Background and Concepts; The business solutions market; Building a solution strategy with pace layering; The two-tier approach, cloud computing, and workloads; The importance of a methodology; The importance of a methodology for solution selection; Introducing Microsoft Dynamics Sure Step; Microsoft Dynamics overview; Understanding what a project is; Implementing the solution; ERP and CRM implementations and statistics; Summary
Chapter 2: Solution Selling and Driving Due DiligenceDriving value for the customer and solution provider; Value realization and measurement; What it means to be solution centric; Solution selling concepts; Solution selling - the buyer's perspective; Building the trust; Building the vision; Determining the right time to demo the solution; Staying aligned with the buyer; Vision processing - creation and reengineering; The Microsoft Solution Selling Process; Summary; Chapter 3: Solution Envisioning with Sure Step; The Sure Step Diagnostic phase
The concept of Decision Accelerator (DA) OfferingsDiagnostic for a new Dynamics customer; Starting the discovery process; Microsoft Dynamics Lifecycle Services tools and alignment with Sure Step; The first step to envisioning the future state; Identifying the right solution; Determining the infrastructure implications; Estimating the delivery costs, approach, plans, and roles; Phased approach and staging options for multiple site deployments; Reducing the risk perception; Estimating the Return on Investment; Developing the project charter and proposal; Closing the sales cycle
Initiating the delivery cycleOther aspects of the Decision Accelerator offering services; Diagnostic leveraging of the Accelerated POC with the CRM Online service; The Diagnostic phase for a current Dynamics customer; Assessing the upgrade requirements; Applying the other Decision Accelerator services to upgrade engagements; Supporting the customer's buying cycle; Defining organizational needs; Determining the right solution; Understanding and mitigating risks; Approach for upgrading existing solutions; Positioning solutions for specific industries; Industry/vertical solutions
The manufacturing industryThe public sector industry; The retail industry; Service industries; Cross-industry/horizontal solutions; Cross-industry customer care solutions; xRM or extended CRM solutions; Future industry and cross-industry solution content; Quick Reference; Summary; Chapter 4: Managing Projects; About projects and project management; Myths and resistance; Is project management an overhead?; Is project management an obstacle to flexibility?; Is project management unsalable?; Why project management?; The alternative; Using our own methodology
Why quality-driven companies prefer project management
Record Nr. UNINA-9910533774303321
Shankar Chandru  
Birmingham, England : , : Packt Publishing, , 2014
Materiale a stampa
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The definitive guide to blockchain for accounting and business : understanding the revolutionary technology / / by Saurav K. Dutta (Curtin University, Australia)
The definitive guide to blockchain for accounting and business : understanding the revolutionary technology / / by Saurav K. Dutta (Curtin University, Australia)
Autore Dutta Saurav K.
Pubbl/distr/stampa Bingley, UK : , : Emerald Publishing Limited, , [2020]
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource
Disciplina 332
Soggetto topico Blockchains (Databases)
Finance - Technological innovations
Accounting - Data processing
Accounting - Computer programs
Computers, Blockchain
Databases
ISBN 1-78973-865-2
9781789738674
1-78973-867-9
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Chapter 1: Introduction / Saurav Dutta -- Chapter 2: Infrastructure supporting bitcoin blockchain / Saurav Dutta -- Chapter 3: Basic primer on blockchain terminology / Saurav Dutta -- Chapter 4: The consensus mechanism / Saurav Dutta -- Chapter 5: Smart contracts / Saurav Dutta -- Chapter 6: Tokenization / Saurav Dutta -- Chapter 7: A framework to evaluate blockchain use-cases / Phillip G. Bradford and Roger M. Benites -- Chapter 8: Financing corporate expansion through tokenization / Mike Rogers -- Chapter 9: A transparent new world : ethically sourced mineral supply chain / Nathan Williams and David Lee Williams -- Chapter 10: Tokenization of the Japanese real estate market / Mike Rogers -- Chapter 11: Blockchain-supported business innovations / Saurav Dutta -- Chapter 12: Internal controls / Gerard Brennan -- Chapter 13: Future directions / Saurav Dutta.
Record Nr. UNINA-9910527245103321
Dutta Saurav K.  
Bingley, UK : , : Emerald Publishing Limited, , [2020]
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: Univ. Federico II
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The definitive guide to blockchain for accounting and business : understanding the revolutionary technology / / Saurav K. Dutta
The definitive guide to blockchain for accounting and business : understanding the revolutionary technology / / Saurav K. Dutta
Autore Dutta. Saurav K
Pubbl/distr/stampa Bingley, UK : , : Emerald Publishing Limited, , [2020]
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource
Disciplina 332
Soggetto topico Finance - Technological innovations
Accounting - Data processing
Accounting - Computer programs
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-78973-865-2
9781789738674
1-78973-867-9
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Record Nr. UNINA-9910494624603321
Dutta. Saurav K  
Bingley, UK : , : Emerald Publishing Limited, , [2020]
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Financial account in SAP : business user guide / / David Burns
Financial account in SAP : business user guide / / David Burns
Autore Burns David (Financial accounting specialist)
Pubbl/distr/stampa SAP PRESS
Disciplina 657.0285/53
Soggetto topico Accounting - Computer programs
Accounting - Data processing
ISBN 1-4932-1315-6
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Introduction to financial accounting -- Financial accounting master data -- General ledger transactions -- General ledger account inquiries -- Accounts payable processes -- Accounts payable transactions -- The automated payment program process -- Accounts payable account inquiries -- Accounts receivable processes -- Accounts receivable transactions -- Accounts receivable account inquiries -- Fixed asset processes -- Fixed asset transactions -- Fixed asset posting logic -- Bank master data and processes -- Financial close processes -- Financial close processes.
Altri titoli varianti Financial Accounting in SAP
Record Nr. UNINA-9910154789703321
Burns David (Financial accounting specialist)  
SAP PRESS
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Implementing SAP S/4HANA finance / / Anup Maheshwari
Implementing SAP S/4HANA finance / / Anup Maheshwari
Autore Maheshwari Anup
Pubbl/distr/stampa SAP PRESS
Disciplina 657.0285/53
Soggetto topico Accounting - Computer programs
Business - Data processing - Computer programs
ISBN 1-4932-1351-2
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Record Nr. UNINA-9910149425403321
Maheshwari Anup  
SAP PRESS
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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 implementation [[electronic resource] ] : a step-by-step guide to implementing Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 / / Victoria Yudin
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 implementation [[electronic resource] ] : a step-by-step guide to implementing Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 / / Victoria Yudin
Autore Yudin Victoria
Pubbl/distr/stampa Birmingham, U.K., : Packt Pub., 2010
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (376 p.)
Disciplina 657.028
657.028553
Soggetto topico Business logistics - Data processing
Accounting - Computer programs
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-282-90516-3
9786612905162
1-84968-033-7
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewer; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Application Structure and Licensing; Structure of Dynamics GP-modules and series; Dynamics GP licensing; Core modules explained; Dynamics GP and Microsoft SQL Server; What you may not expect from a SQL Server application; Application security and SQL Server authentication; SQL Server databases created by Dynamics GP; SQL Server collation options; Where is the application server?; Dexterity and product dictionaries; Dexterity components; Dynamics GP products; Report Writer and Modifier
Financial reporting: AFA, FRx, and Management ReporterSummary; Chapter 2: Planning: Business Requirements; Implementation team; Who should be on the implementation team; Project manager; The team and practical considerations; To plan or not to plan; How to start planning; Not Just Widgets-a sample company; Identifying reporting needs; Financial statements; Multiple control accounts on Balance Sheets; Variations of Profit and Loss Statements; Management reports; Business forms; Running two systems concurrently; Pros; Cons; Recommendation; Populating data; Master data; Historical data
Open transactionsGeneral Ledger; Payables Management; Receivables Management; Inventory; Purchase Order Processing; Sales Order Processing; Bank Reconciliation; How to import; Training; Implementation timeline; Summary; Chapter 3: Planning: Dynamics GP System; Companies in Dynamics GP; Benefits of having one company in Dynamics GP; Benefits of having multiple companies in Dynamics GP; Integration with other systems; General Ledger Chart of Accounts; Account framework; Account format; Master record IDs and names; Fiscal periods and years; Users and security; Sales and purchase taxes
Additional setup considerationsShipping Methods; Payment Terms; Credit Cards; Credit cards accepted from customers; Credit cards used to pay vendors; Posting setup; Post Through General Ledger Files; Create a Journal Entry Per; Posting Date From; Require Batch Approval; Multicurrency; Currencies; Exchange Rate Tables; Summary; Chapter 4: Planning: Infrastructure; Scope of vision; Dynamics GP system requirements; Client requirements; Server requirements and recommendations; Terminal Server requirements; Additional notes and considerations; Virtual environments; 64-bit or 32-bit; Printers
Officially supported-what it means to youNetwork requirements; The Terminal Server only approach; Pros of a Terminal Server only implementation; Cons of a Terminal Server only implementation; Test/development environment; Add-on products; Shared files; Modified dictionary files; Shared network location; Locally on each Dynamics GP client; OLE notes; FRx files; Integration Manager files; Data backups; Additions to the implementation timeline; Summary; Chapter 5: Installation of SQL Server, Dynamics GP, and Integration Manager; Pre-installation checklist; Check your server
Dynamics GP requirements
Record Nr. UNINA-9910459499703321
Yudin Victoria  
Birmingham, U.K., : Packt Pub., 2010
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: Univ. Federico II
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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 implementation [[electronic resource] ] : a step-by-step guide to implementing Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 / / Victoria Yudin
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 implementation [[electronic resource] ] : a step-by-step guide to implementing Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 / / Victoria Yudin
Autore Yudin Victoria
Pubbl/distr/stampa Birmingham, U.K., : Packt Pub., 2010
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (376 p.)
Disciplina 657.028
657.028553
Soggetto topico Business logistics - Data processing
Accounting - Computer programs
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-282-90516-3
9786612905162
1-84968-033-7
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Copyright; Credits; About the Author; About the Reviewer; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1: Application Structure and Licensing; Structure of Dynamics GP-modules and series; Dynamics GP licensing; Core modules explained; Dynamics GP and Microsoft SQL Server; What you may not expect from a SQL Server application; Application security and SQL Server authentication; SQL Server databases created by Dynamics GP; SQL Server collation options; Where is the application server?; Dexterity and product dictionaries; Dexterity components; Dynamics GP products; Report Writer and Modifier
Financial reporting: AFA, FRx, and Management ReporterSummary; Chapter 2: Planning: Business Requirements; Implementation team; Who should be on the implementation team; Project manager; The team and practical considerations; To plan or not to plan; How to start planning; Not Just Widgets-a sample company; Identifying reporting needs; Financial statements; Multiple control accounts on Balance Sheets; Variations of Profit and Loss Statements; Management reports; Business forms; Running two systems concurrently; Pros; Cons; Recommendation; Populating data; Master data; Historical data
Open transactionsGeneral Ledger; Payables Management; Receivables Management; Inventory; Purchase Order Processing; Sales Order Processing; Bank Reconciliation; How to import; Training; Implementation timeline; Summary; Chapter 3: Planning: Dynamics GP System; Companies in Dynamics GP; Benefits of having one company in Dynamics GP; Benefits of having multiple companies in Dynamics GP; Integration with other systems; General Ledger Chart of Accounts; Account framework; Account format; Master record IDs and names; Fiscal periods and years; Users and security; Sales and purchase taxes
Additional setup considerationsShipping Methods; Payment Terms; Credit Cards; Credit cards accepted from customers; Credit cards used to pay vendors; Posting setup; Post Through General Ledger Files; Create a Journal Entry Per; Posting Date From; Require Batch Approval; Multicurrency; Currencies; Exchange Rate Tables; Summary; Chapter 4: Planning: Infrastructure; Scope of vision; Dynamics GP system requirements; Client requirements; Server requirements and recommendations; Terminal Server requirements; Additional notes and considerations; Virtual environments; 64-bit or 32-bit; Printers
Officially supported-what it means to youNetwork requirements; The Terminal Server only approach; Pros of a Terminal Server only implementation; Cons of a Terminal Server only implementation; Test/development environment; Add-on products; Shared files; Modified dictionary files; Shared network location; Locally on each Dynamics GP client; OLE notes; FRx files; Integration Manager files; Data backups; Additions to the implementation timeline; Summary; Chapter 5: Installation of SQL Server, Dynamics GP, and Integration Manager; Pre-installation checklist; Check your server
Dynamics GP requirements
Record Nr. UNINA-9910528819003321
Yudin Victoria  
Birmingham, U.K., : Packt Pub., 2010
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: Univ. Federico II
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Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 reporting [[electronic resource] ] : create and manage business reports with Dynamics GP / / David Duncan, Christopher Liley
Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 reporting [[electronic resource] ] : create and manage business reports with Dynamics GP / / David Duncan, Christopher Liley
Autore Duncan David
Pubbl/distr/stampa Olton, Birmingham, : Packt Pub., 2011
Descrizione fisica 1 online resource (360 p.)
Disciplina 657.0285536
Altri autori (Persone) LileyChristopher
Collana Professional expertise distilled
Soggetto topico Accounting - Computer programs
Corporation reports - Data processing
Business enterprises - Finance - Data processing
Soggetto genere / forma Electronic books.
ISBN 1-283-37685-7
9786613376855
1-84968-219-4
Formato Materiale a stampa
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione eng
Nota di contenuto Cover; Copyright; Credits; Foreword; About the Authors; About the Reviewers; www.PacktPub.com; Table of Contents; Preface; Chapter 1:Meeting the Reporting Challenge; Trends in reporting; Increased flexibility; Reporting through all levels of an organization; Increased access to report generation process; Challenges in developing and writing reports; Intended audience; Data sources; Latency; Formatting and presentation; Ad hoc queries versus traditional reports; Security; Network access and general IT infrastructure; Developer resources; Summary
Chapter 2:Where Is My Data and How Do I Get to It?DYNAMICS database versus company database; What is the DYNAMICS database?; Company database; Dynamics GP table naming/numbering conventions; Tables versus table groups; Physical table naming/numbering conventions; Alpha code; Table type; Sequence; Variant; Locating Dynamics GP data using the Resource Descriptions windows; Tables; Fields; Windows; Table Import; Accessing data at the table level using SQL Management Studio; Locating Dynamics GP data with additional tools; Dynamics GP 2010 Software Development Kit
Downloading the Software Development KitUsing the Software Development Kit; Support Debugging Tool; Downloading the Support Debugging Tool; Using the Support Debugging Tool; Summary; Chapter 3:Working with the Builders: SmartList and Excel Reports; Satisfying basic reporting needs with canned SmartLists; Structure of SmartList; Basic SmartList tools; Narrowing our result list with search criteria; Adding new columns; Changing the number of records returned; Achieving faster export to Excel with a simple dex.ini switch; Extending SmartList data to Excel by deploying Excel reports
Deploying Excel reportsMaintaining security for Excel reports; Shared network folder permissions; Database level permissions; Accessing and using Excel Reports; Connecting to Excel Reports via Windows Explorer; Connecting to Excel Reports via GP 2010; Creating and publishing new SmartLists by using SmartList Builder; Understanding the SmartList Builder window; Creating a new SmartList via SmartList Builder; Creating and publishing new Excel Report formats using Excel Report Builder; Understanding the Excel Reports Builder window; Creating a new Excel Report via Excel Reports Builder
Additional tips and tricks for using the BuildersSummary; Chapter 4:Report Writer; Understanding the reports dictionaries and how Dynamics GP treats original versus modified reports; Storing Report Writer reports; Storing reports dictionaries locally; Storing reports dictionaries on a network share; Accessing Report Writer reports; Setting the Dynamics GP launch file; Setting security to custom/modified reports; Opening and navigating the Report Writer windows; Setting security permissions for using Report Writer; Opening Report Writer; Report Writer Resource windows; Fields; Data types
Formats
Record Nr. UNINA-9910459683703321
Duncan David  
Olton, Birmingham, : Packt Pub., 2011
Materiale a stampa
Lo trovi qui: Univ. Federico II
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