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1099 form merge from SYP to CUS

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Hi Friend,

We have customized 1099 form, now we got latest update of 1099 form from Microsoft.

What's easy and best way to merge latest change to our customized one, from SYP to CUS. This is first time I am doing this.

Any suggestion or hint is greatly appreciated.

  • Ganriver1 Profile Picture
    Ganriver1 1,531 on at
    RE: 1099 form merge from SYP to CUS

    Thank you guys so much!

  • Gunjan Bhattachayya Profile Picture
    Gunjan Bhattachayya 35,417 on at
    RE: 1099 form merge from SYP to CUS

    Hi River,

    That's correct. The SSRS report only gets updated when you modify the report.

  • Ganriver1 Profile Picture
    Ganriver1 1,531 on at
    RE: 1099 form merge from SYP to CUS

    Hi Nikolaos,

    Sorry, I am not report expert, when modify report, you open Visual studio project to edit, right? when you publish, it's updating report in SSRS? So the VS project itself won't change?

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    Gunjan Bhattachayya Profile Picture
    Gunjan Bhattachayya 35,417 on at
    RE: 1099 form merge from SYP to CUS

    Hi River,

    Updates were done to the SSRS report which is why you can see the object is present in the SYP layer. There were no changes done to the VS project which is why it will be present in SYS layer only and not in SYP layer.

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    nmaenpaa Profile Picture
    nmaenpaa 101,148 on at
    RE: 1099 form merge from SYP to CUS

    The SSRS report is the actual report.

  • Ganriver1 Profile Picture
    Ganriver1 1,531 on at
    RE: 1099 form merge from SYP to CUS

    Hi Nickolaso,

    I just found that, in AOT, under SSRS Reports, tax1099Report is in CUS and there is difference between CUS and SYP, but, under Visual Studio Projects/Dynamics AX Model Projects, tax1099Report or tax1099SummaryReport are in SYS layer, which means there was no change made.

    What's problem? am I missing something here?

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    nmaenpaa Profile Picture
    nmaenpaa 101,148 on at
    RE: 1099 form merge from SYP to CUS

    You can try it. There's nothing that you could lose except time - as long as you do it in a dev system and have the original CUS version in source control.

  • Ganriver1 Profile Picture
    Ganriver1 1,531 on at
    RE: 1099 form merge from SYP to CUS

    Hi Nikolaos,

    I saw someone suggest, in other thread, to comparing XPO, then merge into one new XPO, in the end, re-import new XPO to CUS.

    Is that going to work? could be any issue?

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    nmaenpaa Profile Picture
    nmaenpaa 101,148 on at
    RE: 1099 form merge from SYP to CUS

    I'm not sure if there's any easy way. One approach is to reimplement your customizations on top of the new report.

  • Ganriver1 Profile Picture
    Ganriver1 1,531 on at
    RE: 1099 form merge from SYP to CUS

    Hi Guys,

    Sorry, I didn't make it clear. I mean SSRS tax 1099 report, not form. What is best way to merge report between CUS and SYP.

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