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Query Builder query

Query Builder query

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New to Crystal Enterprise and Query Builder.  We are on CE XI r2 and I need to get a listing of all reports (Object Name) and the folder path (\Home\folder_1\folder_2....).  If at all possible, getting the associated datasource for each Object Name would be a plus.  Has anyone authored such a query and can share or provide help in creating such a query?  Will be much appreciated.  Thank you

RE: Query Builder query

This is not necessarily a simple task, nor do I think you'll be able to do it in one step.

The first thing I would to would be to run the following query in Query Builder:

Select top 5 *
from CI_INFOOBJECTS
where kind = 'Crystal'

That will give a list of all of the properties for a report.  It's been a while since I've done much with the SDK, but IIRC, to get the path, you'll need to walk up through the SI_PARENTID to get it.  If you can read code, you could download the SDK tutorial sample from my website (www.dellstinnett.com/sample_code.html).  There are queries in there that you could run in Query Builder that will pull this type of information.

-Dell

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