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IPOCC Automatic Reporting without Export

IPOCC Automatic Reporting without Export

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I have a customer that wants reports automatically generated for the day prior but does no want them exported and emailed. Basically they want to log into the UI double-click the report and it shows yesterday's data. I set this up but it won't seem to run at all unless I tell it to email out. Any ideas?

RE: IPOCC Automatic Reporting without Export

Not possible, unless you set up one statistic for each day^^
Just tell them to change the date-/timerange manually each time, it takes like 3 additional clicks...^^

RE: IPOCC Automatic Reporting without Export

What I did for one customer is give them access to the reporting data directory on the IPOCC server. You have to allow access and read permissions to the directory for each person that wants this, then put the shortcut to the directory on their pc. They click the shortcut, review reports and no email needed.

"All men are fools. Some the wise, fool others. Others the foolish fool themselves. While a rare few fool both others and themselves. These are the rulers of men" from 'The Darkness That Comes Before' by R Scott Bakker

RE: IPOCC Automatic Reporting without Export

c:\ProgramData\reporting data

"All men are fools. Some the wise, fool others. Others the foolish fool themselves. While a rare few fool both others and themselves. These are the rulers of men" from 'The Darkness That Comes Before' by R Scott Bakker

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