If your reports list is blank, then in the preferences for the machine
running Emerald, check "don't verify reports". Then, when you go to
the reports tab, Emerald will list all of the reports, whether they
exist or not. If you click on one of the reports, it will display
the exact path/report that it is looking for. If the display report
button is greyed out, that means Emerald couldn't find that file.
If you resolve why it can't find the file, you can print it.
> At 11:24 PM 5/15/99 -0400, you wrote:
> >From: Jeff Woods <email@example.com>
> > >BTW, talk to Sean about the headache of NONE of the reports appearing in
> > >the client, on the reports button. We've used UNC's (verifying that
> > >they're active), qualified paths, and more -- and NEVER is there a report
> > >available, not one. Sean was ready to pull his hair out, as was Kurt, and
> > >we wound up wasting almost 90 minutes of my upgrade assistance package
> > >trying to solve that minor problem (plus another hour on another call).
> >In Emerald Admin, go into the Client config, then UNcheck "Force Client to
> >only use Global Reports". I think this problem has been fixed in Emerald
> >2.5.285, but I haven't tested it thoroughly enough yet.
Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT__________________________________________IEA Software, Inc. www.iea-software.com