Your financial statements you generate from Management Reporter are more than just reports. They represent critical financial information you rely on to make business decisions and improve processes within your organization.
We have recently had a series of customers that have experienced Slowness and more specifically high CPU usage on their SQL Server. While this has been identified as a potential bug or issue in the Management Reporter Data Mart synchronization, there is no definite communication on a change or fix for this issue. We have also found this to be more specific to recent Rollup builds for Management Reporter
One thing that I have found to be very easy to forget when doing a new Management Reporter installation is to input the rather lengthy evaluation key. Unlike Dynamics, when you initially install Management Reporter, there is no prompt reminding you to enter the registration. Dynamics will give you a nice little message when you first install or upgrade and get into a live company that the system manager will need registration, and then a lot of the functionality won’t work until you are registered. I suppose that the reason Management Reporter doesn’t do this is because there is an assum
In Management Reporter, when you use the legacy connector for connecting to data from your Dynamics companies, there is an option when you log in to have your password saved. If you are using the legacy connector, your company names in Management Reporter will appear with –Curr at the end. If your companies do not appear with the –Curr extension at the end, then you are using the datamart, and would not have ever been prompted for a password when logging into Management Reporter, as the security with the datamart is all based on Windows login security that has been set within Management R
When exporting a financial statement from Management Reporter out to Excel, you may encounter the following error message:
Followed by this error message forcing you to close out of Management Reporter and log back in:
As part of the new features released in Dynamics GP 2015, Management Reporter reports are now accessible from within Dynamics GP 2015 as a Navigation list from the Financial module or Administration module and the Business Analyzer application.
The Management Reporter navigation list becomes enabled once the path for the Management Reporter service and the Report Designer executable is defined in Dynamics GP. This done from the Administration|Setup|Reporting Tools Setup window:
It’s that time of year when our minds wander ahead and think about the promise of Spring. Why not get in the spirit and get going with Spring Training of your own.
Our training webinar calendar is updated and ready for you and your team to ramp up on the latest!
We have timely and useful content covering What’s New in the latest Microsoft Dynamics GP and CRM 2015 releases. If you have scheduled your upgrades or are considering that upgrade soon – these webinars are a must.
Summit Group Software is so excited to welcome our newest group of customers in Rapid City, South Dakota with our move into that market in January. Please plan to join us for an introduction to Summit Group Software, meet some of our team, and see what’s coming with Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015. And… enjoy lunch on us!
With the release of Microsoft Dynamics GP 2015, Summit Group Software is ready with your first training classes on the new release. And it’s FREE!