Hello:Looking for guidance on how to implement an enhanced conditional
formatting check. It's quite simple, apply some formatting based on the
account type.Consider the example of a single row CubeView with one
account as the member filter: A#A87999....
Hi all:Looking for advice on how to implement multiple parameters in a
report book. The standard loop functionality does not meet current
needs. Our reporting requires a user to specify 3 UD's to report out
their area of responsibility. Each user wil...
Hi Mustafa_A: you can generally use the same formatting strings as what
is used in Cube Views. Full navigation instructions: use the ellipse for
the column you want to format. The setting you want is under General >
DataFormatString. Use the ellipse ...
Hi kakouchtim:This is in a Cube View Extender business rule under the:
Case Is = CVExtenderFunctionType.FormatReportUIItem.You'll need to apply
the rule to a Cube View report under the: General Settings > Report >
Custom Report Formatting > Business ...
I believe the file extension for the Excel export should be
Filename.xfDoc.xlBook. This is in contrast to the PDF version which is
Filename.xfDoc.pdfBook.I don't get previews for my .xlBook Report Books,
but I do for my pdfBooks. But you can always r...
Hi Whenderson: something similar can be achieved using standard Member
Filter .Where(TextN Contains Filter) capabilities. However, you'll need
to invert how you've done the tagging.In your UD2, Text2 field: add the
entity names that correspond to the...