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  1. Hi @Osman, did you solve your problem? I'm having the same issue regards, camacorp
  2. I discovered an issue, I use webviewer for reporting a summary table and emailed to the manager every week, I scheduled the script that creates the report and I realized that the webviewer content doesn't render when printing by PDF. the pdf on the top was printed on the server and the pdf below on a client. I ask for help so that the content of the webviewer should be rendered in the pdf while running the script in the server thanks camcorp
  3. Hi I'm New usig SQL in FM I succesfully made a query that retrieve grouped Data from a large database. for the last 12 months I summarized information of two field. I used the following SQL calculation ExecuteSQL( "SELECT TimePeriod , SUM (Total_Sales) AS totalsales , TimePeriod , SUM (Total_Margin) AS totalmargin FROM bbdd WHERE bbdd.id_TimePeriod >= ? AND bbdd.Branch = ? GROUP by TimePeriod"; ""; ¶; report::id_last_12M; report::branch) the field display the data in this way for every branch TimePeriod Total_Sales TimePeriod Margin 2013M09
  4. Hi i have a terrible charting and report problem i want to chart categories of a database base on a related set of records. The structure of the database is a table of financial assets each one belongs to a category. Every month I receive the fair value of the assets that are being managed by differents banks. Table One Asset; category; date of report; bank;value Table Two Date of report For ech "Date of report" record I want to visualize a pie chart by category for each bank of the related records of thar date of report I can´t get that kind of chart
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