Report Settings- NAV 2017

There is one new parameter introduced in NAV 2017 reports that is ‘Saved Settings’

Depending on the report that is run, request page that lets you to set certain options and filters for changing the data that is included in the generated report. A report can include one or more saved settings that you can apply to the report from the request page. Saved settings are basically predefined options and filters. Using saved settings is a fast and reliable way to consistently generate reports that contain the correct data.

You can see the saved settings that are available to you for a report in Saved Settings section of the report request page. There is always at least one saved settings entry, which is called Last used options and filters. These settings are the option and filter values that were used the last time you ran the report.

How to Apply Saved Settings to Report

1) Open report and report request page appears

2) In the Saved Settings section of the page, set the Name field to the saved settings that you want to use

 

How to Create Saved Settings for Users

If you have the proper permissions, you can view, create, and modify the saved settings for all reports for all users in company. You can assign saved settings for a report to individual users or all users in the company.

You manage saved settings from page 1506 Reports Settings.

From this page you can create new settings for all users or any individual users also.

Note: The saved settings feature on reports is only relevant when the SaveValues property of the request page is set to Yes. The SaveValues property is set in the development environment.

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