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FRx reporting on SharePoint

Posted on 2008-09-30
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Hi,

 I'm fairly new to Dynamics GP, it was implemented by consultants a while ago and used by our Finance team ofcourse. I've been asked to find a way of pushing out FRx reports on to our SharePoint site. I've searched for many possible solutions but can't find anything useful. Is there a way of doing this? thank you

 

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You don't say which version of GP you are on, but I will assume it is 9.0 or 10.0, and your FRx is 6.7.

There is a way to push your reports out to sharepoint, but it requires additional licensing and software setup.   I have attached the FRx 6.7 User Guide for WebPort.   There is also a FRx Report Server component you may also want to read about.   This documentation should also be avaiable to you on the FRx install CD or via CustomerSource.   This is what you will want to setup.
WebPort67.pdf
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Thanks, yes its GP10 and FRx 6.7. Will look into this.
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