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I've installed a local demo Dynamics 365 Business Central.
It comes with a small SQL database containing sample data for "Cronus International Ltd".
Let's assume that I've generated some standard report for sales.
It may for instance contain list of invoices for given customer together with outstanding amount etc.
On the other hand, SQL source data contains tables like:
dbo.'CRONUS international Ltd_$Sales Invoice Header'
dbo.'CRONUS international Ltd_$Sales Invoice Line'
(which I presume would be used during assembly of the report)
Is there any way to find out which tables from the SQL database are used to generate given report (and in what ways is data from them combined to obtain final result)?
You need either access to the source code of the report.Or you could install a query analyzer on the SQL Server.
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