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Finding object's folder name MSTR 8.x web ???

Finding object's folder name MSTR 8.x web ???

Finding object's folder name MSTR 8.x web ???

(OP)
When I search for a report object in MicroStrategy 8.x web client, the resulting hits provide links to the highest level folder, but not the sub-folder which actually contains the report.  

Is there a web/client preference or other setting which will provide the fully qualified path to the report object?

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-dmcmunn

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RE: Finding object's folder name MSTR 8.x web ???

This is odd.... This is not what I am seeing in 8.0.0 nor in 8.0.1. Any customization in place?

RE: Finding object's folder name MSTR 8.x web ???

(OP)
Had to do with a permissions issue on a folder in between the highest and lowest folder containing the report.

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