New Partnership for Deltek Vision and Deltek Professional Services consulting

I am excited to announce the official launch of Version X Solutions!

Version X Solutions is a new partnership that brings together a combined 30 years of Deltek Vision knowledge and experience under one umbrella.

We offer a wide and practical range of products and services including custom modules, custom reports, and even a cloud hosting service.

We’ve put together the beginnings of an inventory, and will continue to add to it as we come up with new ideas and do more interesting work for clients. If you have an extension we need, we’d love to hear about it!

Of course we still offer hourly consulting for nebulous or “figure it out as we go” projects.

You can read more about us and our current offering here.

What does this mean for existing customers?

Our new partnership will not adversely affect the existing relationships I have built with you over the years.

You will continue to get the same great friendly, responsive and most importantly, knowledgeable consulting services you have come to rely on from me.

Thank you for your continued business and I look forward to working with you in the near future.

From now on, please refer to the Version X Solutions site for information about products and services offered.

 

 

 

Quick one: SSRS – upgrading Vision from version 6 to 7

Today a customer called me and said:

“We converted to Vision 7 and now the custom invoice you created for us is not showing”.

Solution: If the report files are missing for your custom reports, you will need to re-load them.  But first you must:

1. make sure you have BIDS 2008 installed

2. open every single .rdl file in BIDS 2008 and close it again (meaning the .rdl files you are interested in loading, meaning your custom reports or invoices)

3. when you close each file, BIDS should prompt you to save them

4. re-load your reports in 7 as you would normally.

This is assuming you have your own back ups of these files in case something goes wrong.

What it does:

It converts all your .rdl files into a more recent version of SSRS reports, most notably doing away with the <table> object and introducing the <tablix> object.

Cheers!