Currently, if a report has multiple crosstabs and I would like to use this report for Data alerts. While setting up the rules I am unable to set up rules across cross tab. For instance, crosstab1.textBox59 >= 0 & crosstab2.textbox78 <= 0 is not possible. when i save a rule for crosstab1 and try to add a new rule for crosstab2 it automatically deletes the crosstab1 rule.
I was on a remote web session with an engineer and we discovered that the Scheduler UI isn't saving the changed password to the database.
The environment that I use is below.
The steps to reproduce are as follows.
During the Remote Web Assistance Session, we tried a Gmail SMTP server and received the same results.
We also enabled tracing and noticed an error in the event logs which I will attach here.
Please let me know if you need any additional information.
Import sql server reporting (rdl) files
> Ability to build directories for storing reports; and allow assigning user permissions per user. > So, Application A, will have its reports in Directory A; Application B, will have its reports in Directory B. > It will be a plus if you support a hierarchy or sub-directories. > It will be a plus if you add user group, to be assign by group.
One of the biggest draw backs I am having while pitching the Telerik reporting products is the amount of work that would be involved in converting our existing report libraries to the Telerik reporting format. You all have some conversion capability built into the Telerik Reporting Designer, but it is so limited that we rarely find a report that we can use it with. I know you all have a disclaimer stating that as the case. However when I am trying to persuade my peers to take a look at your reporting products that single scenario is the one that I can never win and rightfully so. I would really love to either see operability within your reporting server to be able to schedule and distribute a multitude of report formats such as SRSS, Active Reports, and Crystal or a much more reliable and feature rich converter.