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Request for Quotes for complex DW syntax programming

I have a PB 12.5 bookkeeping program that I wrote. One pair of reports in it are created by generating DW syntax at run time (not just the SQL, the whole DW). That's because the report is an Income Statement for an arbitrary of months, one column per month, and there is no good way to do that otherwise. (The 2nd such report is for arbitrary numbers of quarters rather than months.)

I need someone to make a variation of that, that adds a group break to the report. The distinction between the report with and without the group break can be seen from two existing regular DW reports with fixed columns (not generated at run-time).

If this smallish job goes well there is a much larger 2nd job creating a sort of report generator that builds the SQL and the DW syntax for reports with user-selected columns, each of which could be income and expenses for a specified date range, a budget for a date range, or a difference between two previous columns. Again, it would be up to the user how many columns they picked.

I understand that you might need to look at the code before giving a firm quote - as long as you are willing to sign an NDA, and hopefully give a reference, that would be fine.

Feel free to reply to me directly at You can learn about the bookkeeping program starting at

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  • Dec 03, 2017 at 06:32 PM

    I use SAP. But also I have a backup bookkeeping program. All the invoice and reporting in my accounting software ZipBooks. Previously sometimes I faced integration problem in linux. So, a backup plan can make you feel safe.

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