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Information about deploying reports in Great plains from SSRS

I'm using gp2010 and ssrs 2008.

I need to have a bill template point to ssrs and this much I've accomplished, but I do not know how the ssrs report needs to be configured or where to find out what parameters and data source type it can work with.  Can anyone help me determine how to configure my ssrs report so that gp can use it?
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Victoria YudinCommented:
Are you trying to print invoices in GP using SSRS? If so, what type of invoices? SOP or something else? If that's not what you're trying to do, can you please give a little more detail to explain?
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UnderSevenAuthor Commented:
I'm not sure how much of this is created by a application that my vendor built on top of dynamics (but of which they apparently can't exaplain how to do this) but this is a billing statement (template24).  That I am attempting to run off of ssrs.  Right now I'm getting something called 'error 1' but it still loads the template.
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Victoria YudinCommented:
If the only error message is 'Error 1', that does not sound like a GP or SSRS error. If there is a custom application involved, then you will need to get the information from that vendor. For example, my company makes a product that allows you to replace out-of-the-box GP reports with SSRS reports, but if you were getting an error when using it, we would be the first stop when getting support, as it would typically be something specific to how our product works.
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UnderSevenAuthor Commented:
Thanks.
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