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Hello,

I am trying to schedule a report (ESX Data Store Usage History) I want this report to run every month but when i try to schedule it. I cannot use default reporting parameters. For example report Start Date is beginning of the month and Report End Date is End of the month. How can I achieve this?

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Orhan

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Good Afternoon,

We are facing the same issue. We would like to use a relative date and time as parameters when running scheduled reports. Did you find a way to accomplish this? The only way that I can think of achieving the required result would be to copy the report and then amend the copy to use a RelativeDateTimePicker control. Unfortunately that would require quite a bit of effort to achieve.

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Dave.

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Re: Report Parameters

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Hello All,

Just to advise that we are currently working on a major update to all the nworks MP reports. We will be employing the standard Microsoft controls, Linked reports, etc. This should address all these issues...

Please use this thread to post your report feature requests! Our next update will ship later this year.... :)

Cheers,
Alec
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Re: Report Parameters

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IOWDave wrote:Good Afternoon,

We are facing the same issue. We would like to use a relative date and time as parameters when running scheduled reports. Did you find a way to accomplish this? The only way that I can think of achieving the required result would be to copy the report and then amend the copy to use a RelativeDateTimePicker control. Unfortunately that would require quite a bit of effort to achieve.

Regards,
Dave.
I copied original report and created new one. I don`t have all the SCOM report parameters but with slight modification I was able to schedule the report the way i want it.

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