Book review: Dynamics AX 2012 reporting cookbook

Today I got a chance to review another book from Packt publications. This book is on SSRS report development titled Dynamics AX 2012 reporting cookbook by Kamalakannan Elangovan. This book is a collection of 50+ techniques to get you up and running with report development using SSRS in Dynamics AX. Some of the great features of this book are,

  • Develop all kind of reports ranging from autodesign, matrix, multicolumn, line and gauge reports
  • Learn how to use query, RDP, XML feeds and OLAP cubes as datasources for your reports
  • Learn how to use SQL report builder for creating reports
  • Learn how to upgrade reports from previous versions to Dynamics AX 2012
  • Learn how to add dimensions to reports
  • Learn how to assess report performance and improve them

The language is very fluid and there are clear illustrations to help the reader. Also, every topic has clear code snippets to explain the code in detail. If you are serious about improving your report development skills and want to be confident about it, then this is a must have book. To know more about the book, click here.

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