If you have an Interactive Report with the Subscription feature enabled, users can “subscribe” to the report, getting a daily email with the results of the report. Unfortunately, however, this feature doesn’t work as expected if it relies on session state – e.g. if the query uses bind variables based on page items to filter the records. In this case, the subscription will run the query with a default session state – Apex doesn’t (more...)
I have an Interactive Report that includes some editable columns, and the users wanted to include some “quick picks” on these columns to make it easy to copy data from a previous period. The user can choose to type in a new value, or click the “quick pick” to quickly data-enter the suggested value.
Normally, a simple page item can have a quick pick by setting the Show Quick Picks attribute on the item. This (more...)
Wrote and tested the code, checked in to source control. Job done.
A few days later we deployed a new release that included dozens of bug fixes into UAT for testing. (more...)
I wanted to use the “Cards” report template for a small report which lists file attachments. When the user clicks on one of the cards, the file should download and open in a new tab/window. Unfortunately, the Cards report template does not include a placeholder for extra attributes for the anchor tag, so it won’t let me add “target=_blank” like I would normally.
One solution is to edit the Cards template to add the extra (more...)
Typically an Apex report with an “Edit” link will simply do an immediate navigation to the target page, passing the ID of the record to edit. When the user clicks this link, the page is not submitted and the user is instead redirected.
If it’s a report on a page which includes some editable items (e.g. a page for editing a “header” record), if the user doesn’t Save their changes before clicking the report link (more...)