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reschedule a report without downloading the crystal report

reschedule a report without downloading the crystal report

reschedule a report without downloading the crystal report

Is there a way to reschedule a report without downloading the crystal report, and reloading it?

I have a report that goes out on a monthly basis to 40 different people.  Those 40 different people see a certain set of data. (ex.
Person 1 sees data set A
Person 2 sees data set B
Person 3 sees data set C
Person 4 sees data set D
Person 5 sees data set E.......

My problem comes from the fact that I have to changes who the recipient is in a few places.

I have tried to delete the schedule, but it's doesn't stop the scheduled report, so far the only option I have found is to take the report down and then reload it, and reschedule it, that problem with this, is that I erases the history of the report when I do this.

Is there any way to change when the report is scheduled, or who gets the report without downloading the report and deleting the history?  

RE: reschedule a report without downloading the crystal report

What BO system and version are you using to schedule the report?  Is it scheduled as a report or as part of a publication or object package?


A computer only does what you actually told it to do - not what you thought you told it to do.

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