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1.) Can anybody explain the difference between "My Reports" and "Custom Reports"? As far as I understood up to now, -"My Reports" are user-specific variations of Reporting Objects, -"Custom Reports" are reports (fexes) a user made in Developer Studio.
2.) I want a user to see only his "Custom Reports" in the domain tree in BID. User role is "Analytical User" in MRE.
Therefore I set up a group view containing 2 blocks, one type "list", the second type "output". When I got the documentation right, the following should happen:
User logs on to BID, and when he selects the group view (and corresponding tab) I described, he should see his "Custom Reports". But nothing happens.
WF 7.6.9 PMF 5.1.3 BID 7.6.9
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The "List" block will contain a list of programs you manually select from the domains the user has access to. It seems like the Custom Reports folder can only be shown in the Domain Tree, you can't show it on its' own. You should open a case with Tech Support, they perhaps have some workaround.
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