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Where in Dev Studio is this option? I have a case open on the Allocation Wizard where the application list is not in alphabetical order. Since we have over 500 directories, it is a bit of a pain. But that is all I've noticed so far. I may not be looking in the right place. Once you let me know, I'll check it out and confirm for you.
In Dev Studio, when you open a 'Managed Reporting' server and scroll down to a folder level/domain in which you can edit a Fex. (i.e. go to a listing of a bunch of fexes in DevStudio).
In the list (right-pane of the window), the columns listed are: Name, Size, Type, Modified, and File Name. This looks just like a standard file list in Windows Explorer. Like Windows Explorer, you can click the heading to order by that column Ascending or Descending.
A quick check shows that all columns do the anticipated sorting order, except for 'File Name'. This column was not present in DS 7.6.6 but I noticed it after the 7.6.11 upgrade. Not sure which interim release it came out in.