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SQL for inserting expense reports into Dynamics GP

SQL for inserting expense reports into Dynamics GP

SQL for inserting expense reports into Dynamics GP


I need to programmatically insert expense reports into Dynamics GP. I'm experienced with SQL server and programming in general, but am new to GP.

In researching the best way to connect to GP I see there are many options - SQL, eConnect, Dexterity, etc.

For now I think the fastest and easiest path is to use SQL to directly insert the data.

I've already built the code for parsing and manipulating the expense data, so now I just need to figure out how to push it into GP.

Would someone be kind enough to point me at the right table(s) to interact with? If you have a pointer to the fields I need to set or even some sample SQL I'd be most grateful. In general, any pointers that might make me smarter about how to form the SQL would be appreciated.

Much thanks,


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