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  • Blog Post: Filtering and Custom Maps arrive to Power Map with September update

    Today Microsoft announced a new Power Map update that includes two of the most requested features by our users: Filtering and Custom Maps . As usual, all of the new features we incorporate into these monthly updates are based on your feedback to make Power Map a better story telling and data visualization...
  • Blog Post: Installed vNext .Net Framework, still it’s not listed in Visual Studio targeted .Net Framework…??

    I initially installed vNext .Net Framework 4.5.2 installer in the Visual Studio 2013 environment. When I tried opening in Visual Studio 2013 but failed to see it in the “Targeted Framework” in it??? Then, try the following:– 1) Close the Visual Studio. 2) You need to download and install Developer Pack...
  • Blog Post: How Report, Column, and Row formatting work together

    Understanding how formatting within the Rows, Columns, and Report Definitions within Management Reporter interact with each other will help to show report detail with the precision you need. The main point to understand is the priority of what formatting overrides other formatting. Formatting priority...
  • Blog Post: Linking to another Management Reporter report

    We get asked quite a bit how to include information from one Management Reporter report on another Management Reporter report. This can be done in Management Reporter by using the link to Management Reporter worksheet option in the row definition. A few things to keep in mind when using this option:...
  • Blog Post: How to handle zero values on your report

    When designing your report, you may encounter some areas where you have a zero value. The zero value may be caused by no activity thus far, a calculation that isn't relevant for all rows or columns of a report, or because of another type of calculation. In some cases it is beneficial to see that zero...
  • Blog Post: [EWS]How to retrieve the OOF (Out Of Facility) settings/message using EWS for an Exchange user?

    Technorati Tags: EWS , Exchange 2010 , GetMailTips , GetUserOofSettings , Out of Facility , Out of Office , EWS Managed API , Exchange 2013 , Exchange Online , Exchange Web Services , DevMsg , HTTP EWS SOAP request Our customers have a common ask wherein they would like to check if the organization’s...
  • Blog Post: How to tell what update of Management Reporter you are using

    If you've ever talked with the support team or the product team, you've probably gotten asked what release of Management Reporter you are using. Here's a quick way to know that update you have on your system. Go to Help | About in Report Designer: In the screen shot above, you'll see the version...
  • Blog Post: Getting started with a new report: How detail levels can influence your report design

    You may be familiar with the different detail levels in Management Reporter. The detail level is used as the determining factor for whether a report is a high level summary, a report where you can view sales or expenses by cost center or individual accounts, or a detailed report where you can drill in...
  • Blog Post: Step by Step Creating a Windows 8 app from Windows Phone App Studio

    Windows Phone App Studio now supports the creation of Windows 8 apps in additional to Windows Phone! This post will show you how to generate a Windows 8 app and get it ready to publish. If you haven’t used Windows Phone App Studio before, you should check out the other resources on our Windows...
  • Blog Post: Getting Started with a New Report - Row Definition Basics

    Management Reporter uses building blocks to make sure that your reports can reuse existing rows, columns, and trees rather than creating unique ones per report. There are a few concepts that can help you when building a new report to help reduce the need for maintenance and increase reusability. When...
  • Blog Post: Displaying zeros as dashes in Management Reporter

    A great way to customize how data is displayed on your report is by using format overrides. One of the customizations available, is changing how zeros are displayed. The video below shows you how to use a format override to display dashes instead of zeros.
  • Blog Post: Warning: DataContractSerializer won’t call your constructor!

    Consider the following naïve data contract: [DataContract] public class Data { private int [] array; public Data() { this .array = new int [13]; } public int Length { get { return this .array.Length; } } } It looks ok, right? Let’s use it then: DataContractSerializer serializer = new...
  • Blog Post: Orchard CMS with Azure Cache on Windows Azure websites (WAWS)

    Editor’s note: This post comes from Sunitha Muthukrishna a Program Manager on the Windows Azure Web Sites team. If your current OrchardCMS site is running on multiple instances on Windows Azure Websites, then without using some form of distributed cache, caches will become out of sync between...
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