Add report to new client in 2009

trsotrso Member Posts: 23
edited 2008-09-06 in NAV Three Tier
i have made a new NAV report in classic client. I want to add this to the customer report list in the new client. but i can't find a way to do it..

if i go to add reports in the new client it doesn't show in the list.. where can i setup this?

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  • ShedmanShedman Member Posts: 194
    Have you created a classic report, or have you used the SQL Reporting Services?
  • Kerem_KiziltuncKerem_Kiziltunc Member, Microsoft Employee Posts: 10
    - Open the Object Designer in C/SIDE

    - Select the Page tab

    - Select the role center you want to add this report to (e.g. 9006)

    - Click Design, that will open up the Page Designer

    - On the last (empty) line, click View | Actions menu item, which will open up the Actions designer

    - There, in the Reports part, add a new line with Action subtype. Set the RunObject property of this action to your report (e.g. Report 56001, assuming your report's ID is 56001). Also give the action a name and a caption.

    - Compile&save your page.

    - Restart your Roletailored Client. The new report will show up in the Reports menu.
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  • DenSterDenSter Member Posts: 8,276
    BlackTiger wrote:
    NDA? :whistle:
    My thoughts exactly... :-k
  • p.willemse6p.willemse6 Member Posts: 216
    the guy works at Microsoft... probably knows what he is doing...
  • clauslclausl Member Posts: 455
    As Kerem describes the report can be added to a Page, in his example 9006, the default Role Center in NAV 2009 W1, but you can also add this to the Menu Suite, and it will then be shown in Departments in the Role Tailored client.
    And at last you can run this report directly from "Start/Run" with the command: "dynamicsnav:////runreport?report=56001", assuming your report's ID is 56001
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  • SavatageSavatage Member Posts: 7,142
    clausl wrote:
    And at last you can run this report directly from "Start/Run" with the command: "dynamicsnav:////runreport?report=56001", assuming your report's ID is 56001

    Wow sounds like using Windows Schedule Tasks can now be ued to run reports. No need for Job Scheduler and/or NAS to run reports.

    Does "dynamicsnav:////rundataport?dataport=56001" work or is this Start/run thing just for reports??

    We'll have to remember this post when it's fully released and create a How To or move it to tips n tricks

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  • clauslclausl Member Posts: 455
    This is for Pages and Reports only. The command for pages are: "dynamicsnav:////runpage?page=50000", assuming your page's ID is 50000. "How to" and "Walkthroughs" on how to use these commands you will find in the "nav_adg.chm" on the product DVD in the folder: "Documentation\Developer Guides"
    Claus Lundstrøm | MVP | Senior Product Manager | Continia.com
    I'm blogging here:http://mibuso.com/blogs/clausl and used to blog here: http://blogs.msdn.com/nav
    I'm also offering RDLC Report Training, ping me if you are interested. Thanks to the 700 NAV developers that have now already been at my training. You know you can always call if you have any RDLC report issues :-)
  • krikikriki Member, Moderator Posts: 9,023
    Savatage wrote:
    We'll have to remember this post when it's fully released and create a How To or move it to tips n tricks
    With the new version of Mibuso V3, we have the possibility to add an attribute to a topic with [SOLVED] or [GOOD POST] in it. (see http://mibuso.com/blogs/kriki/2008/08/27/create-a-new-topic/#more-102)

    This topic will have the [GOOD POST]-attribute and this can be considered like "Tips&Tricks"
    (I'll keep a not for this).
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  • WaldoWaldo Member Posts: 3,412
    Savatage wrote:
    Wow sounds like using Windows Schedule Tasks can now be ued to run reports. No need for Job Scheduler and/or NAS to run reports.

    well I think not, because you would have to be able to tell NAV to run without showing the request dialog.

    :-k

    Eric Wauters
    MVP - Microsoft Dynamics NAV
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