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Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 Reporting Cookbook Paperback – September 24, 2013
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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 http://about.me/casperkamal.
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 http://kamalblogs.wordpress.com. He is active through twitter and the community, popularly by his pseudonym Casperkamal.
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This book is extremely useful for AX developers writing SSRS reports, whether they are beginners or more experienced developers. If you are just buying one book about reports with AX the year, this must be it. Otherwise, I suggest you buy the other released book too, “Developing SSRS Reports for Dynamics AX”. They complement each other very good.
I am very happy to see that this book is not all a about the happy path where everything just works. It means a lot to me to see troubleshooting, debugging, upgrade issues and unit testing be a part of the book.
Being that I do not create reports normally I would say that this was a nice read and was written in a way that functional consultants could understand. This book would be great for developers and client side report writers as well.
The recipes include great "help" or reminders and tips that can really go a long way in ensuring that your creations are at their best. This books is clearly written with great contributors and a great author that understand Microsoft Dynamics.
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I encourage developers to have this book on their shelves, it is very helpful and useful content. Simply good work