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I want it in SSRS and must be query based. It must not include any code. Also, I need to add multiple relations to this. Can anyone please show me the hierarchy of how to proceed and add relations?
Hi Ashish, please try this link, it may help you.
I don't think you have the correct mindset how you want to solve it. The question should not be how you can create it using a query bases SSRS report, but how to achieve this requirement for the business. To be able to create such report, you definitely need coding if you want to quickly prepare data instead if querying all information separately.
The lay-out itself is also pretty cumbersome for SSRS.
I would suggest to have a look at the configurable business documents where it is possible to use an Excel or Word template and configure the lay-out: docs.microsoft.com/.../configurable-business-documents-reporting-word-excel-pdf
To create an SSRS report, you need to use the DP, contract class, which requires code.
You can refer this thread:
Do you say multiple relationships, referring to multiple datasources?
I guess I will need multiple datasources for this business report. Is there a specific hierarchy that I must follow? I am new in AX7. Can you guide me please.
The links provided above by Blue and me contains a lot of information and guidance. There is already a data provider class for purchase orders. Have a look at one of the articles which could be found in the link provided by Blue: blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/.../
This link has information how to create an own lay out. Please don't forget to also have a look at the configurable business documents.
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