It can be challenging to find the data you need while designing reports – especially when you’re working within the unique data structures of ERP solutions like Microsoft Dynamics AX, NAV, and GP. The good news is, we’ve discovered that most Jet Reports customers are using only a handful of the popular tables in their database to meet their reporting needs! We want you to get more out of our solution every day, so we’re sharing these guides of the most commonly used places in the Microsoft Dynamics database to leverage the power of Jet Reports.
Dive even further and report even faster with our cheat sheets, designed to help your organization get the answers it needs.
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