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Enterprise Reporter 3.2 - Report Manager User Guide

Quest Enterprise Reporter Report Manager Introducing the Report Manager Running and Scheduling Reports Creating and Editing Reports Troubleshooting Issues with Enterprise Reporter Appendix: Log Viewer

Searching for a Report

You can search for reports based on the report name, the author, and text in the report description. Searching is performed within the selected container or category. As you type in the search field, your report list is dynamically narrowed down.

If you type more than one word, the Report Manager looks for either of the words—it creates an OR condition. If you want to search for a phrase, enclose it in quotations. For example, if you search for Boston Office, you will see all reports that have Boston and all reports that have Office. If you search for "Boston Office", you will see all reports that have that exact phrase.

Viewing Report Properties

If you want to see how a report was designed, you can open the Edit Report dialog box and examine the settings. If the report is in the Library, you can view the properties but cannot make any changes. If the report is in Published Reports, you can view the properties but only reporting administrators can make changes. See Editing Reports for more information on modifying the report definition.

Previewing a Report

Preview is a quick way to see what your report will look like. It returns a shortened version of the report, without prompting for parameter values.

If there is no data in the report, it is possible the relevant data has not yet been collected. For more information, see your Enterprise Reporter administrator or see the Quest Enterprise Reporter Configuration Manager User Guide in the Technical Documentation. 

 

Printing a Report

Once you run a report, you can print the entire report, or just specific pages.

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Click the Print button.
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Click Print.
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