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PSR files

3 posts in PB Infomaker Report Writer Last posting was on 1998-12-30 17:00:30.0Z
Rick Marden Posted on 1998-12-23 14:19:48.0Z
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I am working with a user who has saved several reports as PSR files and has
continued to modify them. Is there any way to save these reports back to a
library?

RIck Marden
Primavera Systems, Inc.


Ewa M. Posted on 1998-12-30 17:00:30.0Z
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Rick Marden wrote:
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> I am working with a user who has saved several reports as PSR files and has
> continued to modify them. Is there any way to save these reports back to a
> library?

Hi,
the answer is no. What I usually do in such case is: saving query, then
recreating report which may be a little time consuming, but if you
really need the report in pbl, you may copy and paste some stuff from
the psr version.
Be careful though with prompt parameters - psr assignes some values to
them so you really have to modify the report a bit.
HTH.
Greetings,
Eva


Terry Dykstra Posted on 1998-12-23 20:56:41.0Z
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From: "Terry Dykstra" <tdykstra@cfol.ab.ca>
Subject: Re: PSR files
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If by library you mean a .pbl, then no. A PSR is really just a file like a
spreadsheet or word document.

--
Terry Dykstra (TeamPS)
Canadian Forest Oil Ltd.

Rick Marden wrote in message ...
>I am working with a user who has saved several reports as PSR files and has
>continued to modify them. Is there any way to save these reports back to a
>library?
>
>RIck Marden
>Primavera Systems, Inc.
>
>