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Setting up reoccuring job that will email SharePoint Server Location

Setting up reoccuring job that will email SharePoint Server Location

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Is this possible?? I have a ton of scheduled jobs that run daily, I have them set up to email me and then I have to turn around and save them to my hard drive then upload them to SharePoint....ugg!
Is there a way to just automatically send them to SP??

RE: Setting up reoccuring job that will email SharePoint Server Location

(OP)
We're on BO 11 R2, SP is 2010 version, would this int kit work for that combo or is there a different one that supports the BO 11 R2/SP2010 combo?

RE: Setting up reoccuring job that will email SharePoint Server Location

I don't know any option to integrate SharePoint2010 with BO XI.
There are 3rd party schedulers, which support export to SharePoint2010.

www.R-Tag.com Viewer and Scheduler for Crystal reports and SSRS.

RE: Setting up reoccuring job that will email SharePoint Server Location

You could also change each schedule to export to a file and then write a separate program that would run on the Windows scheduler to upload the files to Sharepoint.

-Dell

DecisionFirst Technologies - Seven-time SAP BusinessObjects Solution Partner of the Year
www.decisionfirst.com

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