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Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Reporting Cookbook

Dear Friends,

·        Thanks to Packt Publishing team and author “Kamalakannan Elangovan” for forwarding me this book for review.
Before providing the brief introduction to this book, I am getting lot of questions from all over the world about the reporting in AX2012 like:- how to create a simple report or providerbase report and a lot of questions about debugging,designing the report, I think this book provides you all the most of answers for developing the reports in AX2012.
Ready-to-use fixes and tips for real-time reporting challenges

Microsoft Dynamics AX2012 Reporting Cookbook
·                 Introduction to SSRS, Reporting Architecture, Installation,Configuring Reports
·                  Difference between AX2009 and AX2012 reports.
·                  Understanding and Creating simple Reports
·                  Customization of Standard AX2012 Reports.
·                  Create Reports using Report Data Provider, EnumProviders.
·                  Customizing the parameters using UIBuilder.
·                  Understanding Integration with External data sources.
·                  Design complex report like matrix, charts, Sub reports. etc.
·                  Troubleshooting.
·                  Deploying Reports.
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Who this book is for
This title is for all Technical consultants, who want to take full advantage of the features of Dynamics AX 2012 Reports.

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Book Authors
I know Kamalakannan Elangovan as fellow bloggers on Dynamics AX.
Kamalakannan Elangovan has over eight years of development experience in Dynamics AX. He shares a passion for product development and has pioneered multiple ISV solutions on Dynamics AX. In the past he worked with Innovites to create the first multidimensional ISV solution for cable industries called "Innovites for cable". Building the solution from scratch, he has gained great insights into building, selling, and promoting the product among customers and partners in the Microsoft Ecosystem. You can learn more about him at He is enthusiastic about sharing his learning with the community which led him to create one of the first few blogs for AX in 2006. It is currently available at He is active through twitter and the community, popularly by his pseudonym Casperkamal.

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