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Am I able to create a subscription for Management Reporter reports? Any help appreciated.
There is no subscription functionality directly related to MR reports.
However, you can store those reports automatically - for example - to a sharepoint location and setup sharepoint notifications whenever a new record is created.
You can use the Management Reporter 2012 Report Schedule feature to automatically generate a single report or group of reports based on the schedule you define. Also, Management Reporter 2012 can publish a report link to a SharePoint document library or to a network share. If you publish to a SharePoint library, you can configure the built-in SharePoint notification feature to send yourself or a group of users an email when a new report version is available. With the two features combined, you can basically have a report generated automatically and receive an email that the report is ready to be viewed. Both features have been described on the MR 2012 product team's blog available at: blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/dynamics_financial_reporting.
Thank you so much!
Thanks I am going to test.
I am able to upload the reports to SharePoint site, but the report is an .aspx file. When I click to open, I do not get option to open with Excel, Report Viewer or XPS Document. Am I missing something?
Hi Tremor Olaes,
If you click on the file doesn't the report open?
If it does not, can you share details (screenprints) how you uploaded the reports to Sharepoint?
Many thanks and best regards,
Attached are the screenshots
Many thanks for those screenshots. They look ok.
What happens if you click on the element that has been created on SharePoint?
Doesn't this open the report(s) in a webbrowser?
How does your Sharepoint site that holds the report output look like?
The report does not open. Site looks like this.
This looks a bit different from what I have seen before. Yet, if you click on the second link, doesn't a new site open and show the reports?
If it does not can you let us know the exact MR version and the exact Ax2009 version that you operate?
MR version is 2.12.14001.45 and AX version is AX 2012 R3
Hi Dr. Ludwig, Just an fyi, I am able to publish to SharePoint now and run the report. For some reason, when another user tries to access the report (he can run the report in MR), he gets the following error:
this report can't be displayed
Work with your administrator to determine if you have access.
Hi, What access rights do your colleagues have to the MR report library? Have you put some restrictions in place that would restrict them from viewing the report?
Not that I know of. How do we check what access they have in the MR report library? He currently has Designer permissions in MR. By the way, we did try to have him create ReportSchedule yesterday and got denied permissions. He has owner permission on the SharePoint site.
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