Updating to the Latest Version

If you are updating your version of Exago, please consult this guide to be notified of any potential breaking changes. Note that if you are updating from more than one version behind the current one, then the information from that section and all sections above it will apply to you. If your version is not listed, then we do not support a direct update path to the latest version. Please file a support ticket.

Updating from v2016.3 and earlier

When updating from v2016.3 and earlier, the following topics may require your attention:

Standard Reports renamed to Advanced Reports

Standard Reports have been renamed to Advanced Reports throughout the application. 'Standard' has been changed to 'Advanced' in the following areas:

  • Some translations were changed to reflect the new report type name to the end user.
    • NewStandardReport
    • NewStandardReportTab
    • ReportTreeContextMenuStandardReport
    • ExpressViewOptionsMenuConvertToStandard
    • ExpressViewOptionsMenuConvertToStandardDisabledInfo
    • SimpleDesignConvertReportBtn
    • AdminGeneralStandardReportSettings
    • AdminGeneralShowStandardReports
    • AdminGeneralShowGroupHeadersFormulaButton
  • Some language IDs themselves were changed from referencing "standard" to referencing "advanced."
    • NewStandardReport => NewAdvancedReport
      • Found in: New report menu in the main left pane
    • NewStandardReportTab => NewAdvancedReportTab
      • Found in: Tab title when launching the new advanced report wizard
    • ReportTreeContextMenuStandardReport => ReportTreeContextMenuAdvancedReport
      • Found in: Right-click folder context menu in the main tree
    • ExpressViewOptionsMenuConvertToStandard => ExpressViewOptionsMenuConvertToAdvanced
      • Found in: ExpressView settings menu
    • ExpressViewOptionsMenuConvertToStandardDisabledInfo => ExpressViewOptionsMenuConvertToAdvancedDisabledInfo
      • Found in: ExpressView settings menu tooltip
    • AdminGeneralStandardReportSettings => AdminGeneralAdvancedReportSettings
      • Found in: Admin Console General settings section title
    • AdminGeneralShowStandardReports => AdminGeneralShowAdvancedReports
      • Found in: Admin Console General settings setting title
  • Some image names were changed from referencing "standard" to referencing "advanced."
    • CopyAsStandard => CopyAsAdvancedReport
      • Found in: ExpressView settings menu
    • NewStandardReport => NewAdvancedReport
      • Found in: Right-click folder context menu in the main tree
    • NewStandardReportItem => NewAdvancedReportItem
      • Found in: New report menu in the main left pane
    • TreeStandardReport => TreeAdvancedReport
      • Found in: Reports tree next to any standard report

The config file keys under General and Roles/General have changed from "showstandardreports" to "showadvancedreports." Existing configs with showstandardreports will load just fine.

New API enumerations are available: wrApiAction.NewAdvancedReport supersedes wrApiAction.NewReport. wrReportType.Advanced supersedes wrReportType.Standard. Please adjust your code accordingly.

Changes to home page

The 'Main Menu' section of the home page has been redesigned. Several icons have undergone changes, and there is now no logo in the upper left corner. If you are using a custom application theme, you may have to make some changes to your css and images.

The 'Browse Reports' menu is more easily collapsible. Additionally, its expanded or collapsed state is preserved per user, via a new user preference.

ExpressView default theme with folder management assembly

ExpressViews now support custom theme files, which have the extension .wrtev. These are JSON files, unlike previous themes. To create a custom theme, style an ExpressView, then hold Alt-Ctrl-Shift and press the Save icon. The theme is saved to the Reports folder, but you can move it to the Themes folder if you wish; it is accessible from either location. The theme type "ExpressView" has been added to the relevant folder management methods.

If you are using a folder management assembly to store report and theme data, you need to manually add the file {Exago}\Themes\Legacy.wrtev to your theme storage. This is the default ExpressView theme. Otherwise users will encounter errors with ExpressViews. 

Top N filters enabled by default

A new way to filter reports, called Top N or Top/Bottom, has been added and is enabled by default. If you want to disable this feature, change the admin setting Filter Settings > Show Top N Filters to False.

Updating from v2016.2 and earlier

When updating from v2016.2 and earlier, the following topics may require your attention:

Move custom CSS and images

A new feature in this version is the ability for Admins to add downloadable Application Themes, which change the overall look of Exago for all users. A side effect of this feature is that the file paths for CSS and images has changed. After updating to this version, any custom CSS or images will still be in the old locations, and will have to be moved.

The Css and Images folders are now located in separate theme folders in the file path "Exago root"\ApplicationThemes\. The default Exago theme is called Basic. Move your custom Css and Images folders into the Basic sub-folder within the ApplicationThemes file path. You may need to re-check your CSS to ensure you're using relative paths, not absolute. Then check the following setting to ensure that the Basic theme is selected:

( Feature/UI Settings Application Theme Selection ) <csstheme>

You may still not be able to see your custom images. If so, please see the next section.

Additional note: If you are using custom CSS to hide the default Exago logo, please note that the element type has changed from an img to a div. In your stylesheet, you'll now need to use this selector: div.wrMainCompanyLogo

SVG icons enabled by default

When you update to this version, Exago will default to the new SVG icon set. There are several considerations of note.

SVG icons may not be compatible with all browsers or operating systems. Compatible browsers include Google Chrome, Firefox 3.0+, Internet Explorer 9.0+, Edge, Safari, and most mobile browsers. If your users cannot see the new icons, you can switch back to the PNG icons by toggling this setting to False:

( Feature/UI Settings Use SVG for Application Icons ) <usesvgforappicons>

If you were using custom icons, then Exago will no longer be looking in their location, and you will see the default icons instead. Either create SVG versions of your custom icons and place them in the default theme path below, or switch back to the PNG icons using the setting above.

"Exago root"\ApplicationThemes\Basic\Images\svg

If you decide to use the new SVG icons, you should not have to alter any custom CSS or Action Events, since the images are identified by html element tags, not filenames.

Setting column metadata for ExpressView

The new ExpressView designer features a data field search bar by default. If you leave this enabled, it is highly recommended to set the column metadata for available data objects in order to reduce the frequency of database queries.

To set object metadata using the Admin Console, expand  Data >  Objects, and then double-click on an Object, or select the Object and press  (Edit). This will open the Objects tab.

Press the Column Metadata button  to open the Column Metadata editor. Then press the  Read Schema button. This will automatically add metadata for every column in the data object. Press  OK to close the editor.

Next, set the Schema Access Type to Metadata. Alternately, you can use the following setting to enable this option for every data object (this will cause errors if a data object is missing metadata):

( Other Settings Global Schema Access Type ) <schemaaccesstype>

Press Apply or  OK to save your changes. Do this for every data object.

Legacy Mapping (Geocharts)

The Geocharts feature which was present since v2013.2 has an additional requirement if you are implementing your application under a new domain name.

Our mapping features use the Google Maps API. Historically, this was a free solution. However, in June 2016, Google began to require paid licenses for commercial usage. If you had mapping enabled prior to June 2016, and you are not planning on implementing your application under a new domain name, this section does not affect you because you have been grandfathered in.

If you intend to implement legacy maps under a new domain name, then you must acquire a Google Maps API License in order to use this feature. See this page for details. Your license must include the Google Maps Javascript API.

To install your license file, place your license key in the following setting in the Admin Console:

( Feature/UI Settings Geochart Map Key ) <geochartmapkey>

Obtain license and polygon file for new maps

There are additional steps needed in order to enable the new Google Maps wizard.

First, you need to download and install a polygon file. This is a free download located on our support site. The file is named 'MapPolygonDataBase.sqlite'. Once you've obtained this file, place it in the following location in your install path (if the folder does not exist, create it):

"Exago root"\Mapcache

This file may receive periodic updates to support additional regions. Please check back occasionally to see if an update has been posted. To install an update, simply overwrite the file with the new version.

Next, the new wizard uses the Google Maps API, which requires a paid license for commercial use. You must acquire a Google Maps API License in order to enable this feature. See this page for details. Your license must include the Google Maps Javascript API and the Google Maps Geocoding API.

To install your license file, first toggle the following setting to True:

( Feature/UI Settings Show Google Maps Wizard ) <showgooglemapwizard>

Then place your license key in the following setting in the Admin Console:

( Feature/UI Settings Google Map Key ) <googlemapkey>

Properly identify One-to-Many Joins

Database aggregation is a new feature which aims to improve report performance by performing some aggregate calculations in the database, rather than in the application.

In order to use this feature, you must ensure that all One-to-Many joins in your configuration are properly identified. One-to-Many joins are incompatible with database aggregation. If Exago does not recognize the joins as such, you will see incorrect values without any warning.

The Data Source Metadata Discovery tool cannot identify whether joins are One-to-Many. By default it sets all joins as One-to-One. If you used this tool to autofill your Objects and Joins, you must take the following precautions before enabling Database Aggregation.

To set your joins using the Admin console, expand  Data >  Joins, and then double-click on the Join, or select the Join and press  (Edit). This will open the Joins tab.

In the Relation Type drop-down menu, select One To Many. Then press  Apply or  OK to save your changes. Do this for every One-to-Many join.

Interactive sorts no longer added by default

New reports added using any New Report Wizard will no longer automatically add interactive column sorts for each data field in the layout. Previously created reports will be unaffected. This change was made to better support database aggregation out of the box. Due to technical limitations, reports with interactive sorts or filters will not see any performance improvement from database aggregation.

Column Metadata API constructors changed

The .NET API constructors for EntityColumnMetadata were changed to support the additions to column metadata. The following overloads are now available (new params are highlighted):

public EntityColumnMetadata(string columnName)

public EntityColumnMetadata(string columnName, string columnType, string mnemonicName, string columnDescription, string filterColumnName, string sortAndGroupByFormula, ConditionalBoolean isVisible, ConditionalBoolean isFilterable, ConditionalBoolean isSortable)

public EntityColumnMetadata(string columnName, string columnType, string mnemonicName, string columnDescription, string filterColumnName, string sortAndGroupByFormula, ConditionalBoolean isVisible, ConditionalBoolean isFilterable, ConditionalBoolean isSortable, EntityColumnSource columnSource, string columnValue)

Old constructor overloads are no longer valid. If you are implementing this class, please update your code. For more information about the added features, please see the Column Metadata Enhancements article on our support site.

Updating from v2016.1 and earlier

When updating from v2016.1 and earlier, the following topics may require your attention:

Deprecated Group Formulas

Grouping on a formula from the Group Header or Group Footer menu is now deprecated and the group formula button is removed.

To group on formulas, you must now create a sort formula in the Sorts menu, by using the formula button:


Then create a group header or footer on the sort formula:


To re-enable the Group Formula button, enable the admin console setting Feature/UI Settings > Allow Grouping on Non-Sorts.

Deprecated Sort API Fields

With the addition of sort formulas, several fields in the Sort API object are deprecated. Apps which use sort objects should be updated to the newer syntax.

Sort.Name – Use Sort.SortText

Sort.EntityName – Use Sort.EntityNames

Sort.Entity – Use Sort.Entities

Sort.ColumnName – Use Sort.ColumnNames

Sort.DataSetFilterName – Deprecated, no alternative

Sort.DataType – Deprecated, no alternative

Sort.SaveName – Deprecated, no alternative

Sort.DbName – Deprecated, no alternative

Increased Dashboard Refresh Speed

The speed at which Dashboards refresh their data has been significantly increased. Embedded reports and visualizations will now reload much more rapidly. Additionally, the refresh indicator has been reduced in size to a small hourglass on each embedded item.

For automatic timed reloads, the hourglass can be disabled by toggling the following Admin Console setting to True:

Feature/UI Settings > Refresh Reports/Visualizations on Dashboards Silently

Updating from v2015.1 and earlier

When updating from v2015.1 and earlier, the following topics may require your attention:

API Execute no longer defaults to Html

When executing reports via the API, if the Report.ExportType property is not set, reports will execute to the default type specified in the Admin Console (Main Settings > Default Output Type).

The default output type can no longer be set to HTML. To execute reports as HTML, set the Report.ExportType property to wrExportType.Html.

Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5+

All application hosts must be running .NET Framework version 4.5 or greater. If you've been running an older version, please upgrade .NET before installing the new version of Exago. We recommend upgrading all remote execution hosts and scheduler hosts as well.

If you also intend to upgrade IIS, keep in mind that IIS should be installed prior to the .NET Framework. If IIS is installed after the .NET Framework, you may have to reinstall or repair the .NET Framework afterwards:

Add/Remove Programs >.NET Framework 4.5 > Change/Remove, then choose the Repair option.

Additional notes:

  • Adjust your app pool settings to target the latest version of .NET.
  • For Linux, the minimum required mono version has not changed. However, we do recommend using version 4.0 or later for new installations.

Enabling/Disabling New Features

The features below are enabled by default, though you can enable/disable many of them.

  • Interface Update – The Exago interface has been overhauled with a more modern appearance and design. For the full details see the Interface Update Guide.
  • Chart Wizard Redesign – The Chart Wizard has seen a major redesign along with a variety of additions and new features.
    • There is a new Data Format tab which a user selects one of three data Layouts. Each layout is suited to a different arrangement of data on the Report. It will be up to the user to select which one will work best for each chart. Layout Three retains the old charting behavior, for familiarity's sake.
    • The Appearance tab now has more options for customization. A user can add attributes to a chart which change the look in a variety of ways.
    • The chart preview and size have been moved to a separate Size and Preview tab.
  • Optional admin features including Scheduler Queue, Parameter Dropdowns, and Responsive Dashboards are disabled by default. See their respective guides for implementation.

Run & Export Report Buttons

There is includes a small change to how reports are run in the Exago UI. The old Execute Report button and dropdown has been removed and replaced with two new buttons: Run and Export.

  • The Run button runs the selected report in the built-in Report Viewer.
  • The Export button contains a drop-down list of formats. Selecting one will export the selected report in that format.

Chart Compatibility

The redesigned chart wizard preserves backwards compatibility for charts created using an older version of Exago. When an older version of a report is viewed in this version, charts created in that report will automatically be using the data Layout Three format, and their data will be preserved. However, these charts cannot be automatically converted to Layout One or Two, without having to recreate the data fields. Additionally, since defaults have been altered, some customizations to chart appearance may be lost and need to be recreated.

New CSS Styling

As part of the upgrading process, any UI integration, including CSS overrides, icon replacements, and JavaScript integration should be tested to ensure proper behavior.

  • Element IDs and classes may have changed
    Elements in the UI may have a different value for their "id" and "class" attributes than previously.
  • Element positions in DOM may have changed
    Elements that were in the UI in previous versions may not be in v2016.1 or they may be in a different location in the DOM than previously.
  • Icons may have a different name or file extension
    Many icons have been changed from GIF format to PNG format, and some icon filenames have been changed.

New Icons

Icons have been updated as part of the interface overhaul. All previous versions of the icons, css and styling of the application can be changed on a per-company or per-user basis. Please see the Styling section of the Technical Guide for more information. See Icon Changes for a full list of icon changes.

Miscellaneous changes:

  • The program logo has been moved from the ExagoHome.aspx page to the WebReportsCtrl.ascx control. (Custom styling may still be placed in the .aspx page).
  • There are now separate logos for the Home page and the Admin Console.

Custom Context-Sensitive-Help Keys

If you are providing custom context-sensitive-help you will need to update the context keys that are passed in the URL. For an updated list of keys please see the Custom Context Sensitive Help section of the Technical Guide.

Updating from v2014.1 and earlier

When updating from v2014.1 and earlier the following topics may require your attention. 

Dashboard Visualizations

Creating Dashboard Visualizations provides a great interactive way for users to create reports directly on a dashboard. However some features of Data Visualizations, when enabled, can have performance considerations. These items are detailed below.

  • Data Field Search – A search box displays above the Data Fields in the Dashboard Designer to enable users to quickly find Data Fields or Categories. Data Field Search is disabled by default but can be enabled in the Feature UI Settings of the Administration Console.

Because the search checks the Data Fields of all Data Categories, it requires Schema Access Type to be set to Column Metadata to avoid making a large number of queries to the Data Source for schema information.

  • Data Visualization Sample Data While editing Dashboards, Data Visualizations will use sample data by default. In the Feature UI Settings of the Administration Console, Data Visualizations can be set to use live data from the Data Source while editing. This provide users a view of their data while creating visualizations but may cause many queries to the database and return a large number of rows of data. This potential performance impact can be mitigated by controlling the Visualization Database Row Limit in the Feature UI Settings.

Performance Enhancement

Exago has improved the execution algorithm to increase performance when executing reports. You should see a noticeable decrease on how long it takes to run large reports.

Chart and Map Changes

There was an update to how charts, maps and gauges read data from reports. These items will now be able to do forward references (ex. a chart in the Report Header Section using cells from the Detail or Group Footer Section below). However, items that reference cells from different group sections may provide an unequal number of data points and labels and may create nonsensical data sets. In that case the following error message will display:

“The chart could not be rendered because of non-uniform data input. This can be caused by the chart referencing cells from different sections.”

Folder Management Updates

Prior to this version, the methods for storing/retrieving themes were optional in Report/Folder Management. If they did not exist, Exago would instead read the ‘./Themes’ folder to provide the available themes.

Now the methods GetThemeList and GetThemeXml must be instantiated to use Report/Folder Management. To maintain use of the themes installed in the ‘./Themes’ folder, include them in GetThemeList and make their content accessible to your GetThemeXml method.

For more information on Report/Folder Management please see the Technical Guide.

Modification to Section Logic

There was a minor change to the way sections choose when to render their rows. This change resolved an issue where subsections did not render the correct number of rows if the breaking field had matching consecutive values. Sections will now account for the sort fields above them when calculating how to break.

There may exist a case where you want sections to use the unique keys of the Data Object in higher sorts instead of the sort field itself. In such a case this behavior can be enabled by creating the following Server Event.

Event: OnReportExecuteStart
Language: C#
References: None
Namespaces: WebReports.Api.Reports

foreach (Entity entity in sessionInfo.Report.Entities)
{ entity.BreakOnSortKeyFields = true; }
return null;

New Features


  • ExpressView updates – Charts, Styling, Data Formatting, and Themes are now available in the ExpressView designer.
  • Top/Bottom Filtering – Now available in ExpressView and Report Designer. Also known as Top N filtering. Allows users to filter the data to the highest or lowest values in a data set. This also allows for sorting based on an aggregate formula.
  • Monitoring – Ability to track application metrics and system performance. Off by default, completely configurable, and all data stored locally.
  • Execution Caching – Reports can use a data cache, which stores report execution data and refreshes it on a schedule. Running a report uses the cache instead of querying the database.
  • Conditional Chart Filtering – Change chart colors based on a data condition.
  • Supply "canned" SQL for new reports (through API)
  • More page sizes available in export settings
  • Double underline font formatting available


  • ExpressView ExpressView is a new concept for working with data which is quick and easy for new users to pick up and learn. This is a brand new interface designed from the ground-up to minimize the number of steps needed to create data views. The interface is drag-and-drop and touchscreen capable. New users should find ExpressView to be much more intuitive than the Standard Report Designer.
  • New Mapping – Mapping has been completely overhauled with a new designer, better appearance, and more precise location capabilities. Users can now drill down to the county or zip code level.
  • Multi-Axis Charts – Added ability for Admins to add up to two additional Y-axes for several chart types.
  • Combination Charts – A new chart type is available, which allows users to combine several different types of charts into one.
  • Application Themes Administrators can now apply prebuilt downloadable themes, which are an easy way to change the look of the application.
  • Scalable Vector Icons Each theme comes with a set of optional SVG icons for a better appearance on high resolution screens.
  • Database Aggregation Added option to perform certain aggregate calculations in the database. This will improve the performance of compatible reports.
  • Custom Columns Added ability for admins to create custom columns in a data object, based on a formula.
  • Column Metadata enhancements Added "currency" data type. Added the ability to specify whether a column is sortable, and the ability to specify a formula by which a column should be sorted and grouped. Admins can also add description hovertext to data fields.
  • Launching Non-Exago Reports Admins can now add additional capabilities to the main menu. This can be used to let users view non-Exago reports, and to launch external applications.
  • Scheduler Enhancements Data sent to and from schedulers can now be encrypted. Schedule jobs can be more easily managed through the API. Added a timeout option to automatically kill hung executions.
  • Amazon S3 Reports, folders, config, and temp data can now be stored in an Amazon S3 cloud drive.
  • FIPS Compliance Encryption is now FIPS Compliant.
  • Improved memory consumption Exago will now run garbage collection at specified intervals to reduce memory consumption.


  • Sort by Formula Allows users to add sorts and groups based on a formula field.
  • Batch Reporting A new interface has been added to the scheduler which allows for sending customized reports en masse, which are filtered based on the recipient.
  • Chained Report Collation – An option has been added to collate chained reports based on a common sort field.
  • Custom Linked Fields Linked report drilldowns are now customizable. Users can specify which fields to link between reports. An optional formula can be used to filter the drilldown.
  • Scheduled Email HTML – An option has been added to allow for the use of HTML tags in the bodies of scheduled emails.
  • Dashboard performance improvements The performance and visuals when refreshing dashboards has been improved. An optional "silent" refresh option has been added which disables the report loading hourglass when a dashboard report refreshes automatically.
  • Group Min/Max Filters An alternate method of filtering data has been made available to users. The ability to filter a min or max value for every group in a data set has been added as a toggle to the Filters menu.
  • SessionInfo access in assembly – The sessionInfo object can now be accessed in assembly data sources.
  • Improved linked reports filtering Report viewer interactive filter and dashboard filter item states now propagate to the child report when clicking through to a linked report.
  • Azure folder management performance improvements  Using Azure for report and folder management has been optimized to reduce cloud service calls.


  • Updated and enhanced User Interface – Exago has been redesigned with new modern style interface which will integrate more cleanly into modern style apps.
  • Enhanced Chart Wizard – The Chart Wizard has been redesigned and now allows for many more ways to create and customize charts than before.
  • Spark line and spark column charts – By popular request, two new chart types have been added: Spark line and Spark column charts.
  • Scheduler Re-Architecture – Allows administrators to implement their own queuing mechanism and load-balancing of scheduled reports.
  • Responsive Dashboards Administrators can implement a new Action Event which allows dashboards to resize according to screen size.
  • Parameter selection drop-downs – Administrators can now implement drop-down selection menus for report parameters.


  • Dashboard Data Visualizations – Visualizations allow users to explore data while editing dashboards without first having to build reports. Data Visualizations can be used to make charts and basic tabular reports directly on the Dashboard Canvas.
  • Automatic Database Discovery Provides administrators a way to quickly add many Data Objects and Joins from databases by reading the schema and foreign key relationships.
  • Gauges Reports can now display four types of gauges to give a visual sense of a single dimension of data such as thermometer or odometer.
  • Pareto Charts An additional chart type that often used to analyze which factors had the most impact for an event.
  • MS OLAP Support MDX queries can now retrieve data from MS OLAP data sources.


  • Interactive HTML Capabilities – HTML report output now contains several new capabilities. Users may now:
    Change the column width and styling options on of the report output.
    Modify how the data is sorted
    Apply conditional filters to the output.
    Utilize pre-defined interactive filters.
    Re-export the html output to other formats.
    Save any of the above changes back to the report or create a duplicate copy that contains the changes.
  • Major Charting Update – The charting capabilities have been updated to include the following
    Improved visual look and animations on initial display.
    Interactive capabilities on html output.
    Ability to change chart parameters by right clicking html output.
    Fine grain control over label formatting.
  • Dashboard Filter Items – Dashboards can now contain interactive filter items that enable a user to filter reports on the dashboard.
  • Support for Custom Icons – As an administrator there is now support for replacing icons in eWebReports with custom images. Like multi-language support this can be done on a per-company or per-user level.

Configuration Changes

The following section details the changes made to the configuration xml file.


Added to <General>:

  • <executioncache> Enable or disable execution caching (default: 'False')
  • <showtopn> Enable or disable Top N filters (default: 'True')
  • <showadvancedreports> 'Standard' reports were renamed to 'Advanced' reports. This setting is the same as <showstandardreports>. Do not use both settings, in case they conflict. Use one or the other.


Added to <General>:

  • <showgooglemapwizard> Enable the new Google Maps Wizard.
  • <googlemapcolors> Google maps default colors, as hex or html color names, separated by commas.
  • <googlemapkey> Google Maps API key for new Google mapping.
  • <geochartmapkey> Google Maps API key for Geochart (legacy) mapping.
  • <currencydecimalplaces> Number of decimal places for currency-formatted data fields.
  • <applygeneralcurrencyrightalignment> Automatically right-align currency-formatted data fields.
  • <usesecureremotingchannel> Enable secure channel for scheduler remoting.
  • <usesvgforappicons> Enable or disable SVG icons for application themes.
  • <showexpressviews> Enable or disable the ExpressView designer.
  • <allowexpressviewliveedit> Allow editing ExpressViews in live mode.
  • <showexpressviewdatafieldssearch> Enable or disable the ExpressView data field search bar.
  • <csstheme> Select application theme.
  • <maxjobexecutionminutes> Max time to run an execution job before timing out.
  • <aggregateandgroupindatabase> Enable calculating aggregates in the database.
  • <allowmd5onfips> Allow a FIPS-compliant server to encrypt PDF files.

Added to Scheduler configuration xml file:

  • <secure_channel> Enable secure channel for scheduler remoting.
  • <max_job_execution_minutes> Max time to run an execution job before timing out.


Added to <General>:

  • <showlinkreportfields> – Enable or disable the Fields tab in the Linked Reports dialog.
  • <showlinkreportformula> – Enable or disable the Formula tab in the Linked Reports dialog.
  • <enablebatchreports> – Enable or disable batch reporting.
  • <showgroupheadersformulabutton> – Enable or disable the formula button in a group section dialog.
  • <allowhtmlinscheduledemails> – Enable or disable using html in scheduled email body text.
  • <crosstabmaximumfields> – Specify the maximum number of fields allowed in the row header, column header, or tabulation data of a crosstab or crosstab report.
  • <silentdashboardrefresh> – Enable or disable the hourglass for dashboard automatic timed reloads.


Added to <General>:

  • <schedulerqueueservice> – Path to the scheduler queue handler service.

Added to <parameter>:

  • <parameter_dropdown> – Fields for adding parameter dropdown lists to report parameters. For the full documentation, see Parameter Dropdowns, or the Technical Guide.


Added to <General>:

  • <showdashboardnewvisualizationbutton> - Enables Data Visualizations on Dashboards.
  • <showdashboarddatafieldssearch> - Allows users to search Data Objects for specific Data Fields. (please see Technical Guide about this setting before enabling)
  • <usesampledatafordashboardvisualizationdesign> - Specifies if Data Visualizations should show sample data or live data when editing Dashboards.
  • <maxnumberofchartpoints> - Specifies the number of points on a chart before displaying a message that some points are not shown.
  • <showgaugewizard> - Displays the Insert Gauge button in the Report Designer.
  • <gaugecolors> - A list of default colors for gauges.


Added to <General>:

  • <ignoreinaccessiblereportfolders>- Hides inaccessible folders without displaying error message.
  • <interactivehtml>- Enables the interactive capabilities of Html Report Output.
  • <defaultisdockopen>- Specifies if Html Dock should be displayed or minimized by default.
  • <dockplacement>- Specifies if the Html Dock should appear on the right or left of report output.
  • <executesavetodesign>- Shows the Save to Report option on Html output
  • <userallowuserreports>- Shows the Save as User Report option on Html output
  • <mssqlprovider>- Species the name used to refer to the MsSql data driver.
  • <mssqlprovidertableschema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of MsSql tables.
  • <mssqlproviderviewschema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of MsSql views.
  • <mssqlproviderfunctionchema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of MsSql functions.
  • <mssqlproviderprocedurechema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of MsSql procedures.
  • <mysqlprovider>- Species the name used to refer to the MySQL data driver.
  • <mysqlprovidertableschema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of MySQL tables.
  • <mysqlproviderviewschema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of MySQL views.
  • <mysqlproviderfunctionchema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of MySQL functions.
  • <mysqlproviderprocedurechema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of MySQL procedures.
  • <oracleprovider>- Species the name used to refer to the Oracle data driver.
  • <oraclelprovidertableschema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of Oracle tables.
  • <oracleproviderviewschema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of Oracle views.
  • <oraclelproviderfunctionchema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of Oracle functions.
  • <oracleproviderprocedurechema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of Oracle procedures.
  • <postgresprovider>- Species the name used to refer to the Postgres data driver.
  • <postgresprovidertableschema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of Postgres tables.
  • <postgresproviderviewschema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of Postgres views.
  • <postgresproviderfunctionchema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of Postgres functions.
  • <postgresproviderprocedurechema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of Postgres procedures.
  • <db2provider>- Species the name used to refer to the DB2 data driver.
  • <db2providertableschema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of DB2 tables.
  • <db2providerviewschema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of DB2 views.
  • <db2providerfunctionchema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of DB2 functions.
  • <db2providerprocedurechema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of DB2 procedures.
  • <informixprovider>- Species the name used to refer to the Informix data driver.
  • <informixprovidertableschema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of Informix tables.
  • <informixproviderviewschema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of Informix views.
  • <informixproviderfunctionchema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of Informix functions.
  • <informixproviderprocedurechema>- Specifies how to retrieve the schema of Informix procedures.

Icon Changes

The following section details the changes made to icon names and types.


The following icons have been removed

The following icons have been added



The following icons have been changed from .gif to .png. Some have been renamed.

calendar.gif to Calendar.png
calendarDisabled.gif to CalendarDisabled.png
Checkmark.gif - png
CheckmarkAdmin.gif - png
ClearBtn.gif - png
Clock.gif - png
ClockDisabled.gif - png
CloseButtonSmall.gif - png
CloseButtonSmallH.gif to CloseButtomSmallHover.png
ConvertReport.gif - png
DialogCloseButton.gif - png
DiscoveryObjectInfoNeeded.gif - png
DiscoverySelectAll.gif - png
DiscoveryUnselectAll.gif - png
DropDownArrow.gif - png
DropDownArrow2.gif - png
EditArrowDown1.gif - png
EditArrowDown1Disabled.gif - png
EditArrowDown2.gif - png
EditArrowDown2Disabled.gif - png
EditArrowUp1.gif - png
EditArrowUp1Disabled - png
EditArrowUp2.gif - png
EditArrowUp2Disabled.gif - png
EditFilter.gif - png
EditParameter.gif - png
FinishBtn.gif - png
ForeignKey,gif - png
Formula_Disabled.gif to FormatDisabled.png
Function.gif - png
InputDrowndown.gif - png
MenuArrow.gif - png
MenuArrowDisabled.gif - png
MenuChecked.gif - png
MenuUnChecked.gif - png
MetaData.gif - png
NoPreview.gif - png
PrimaryKey.gif - png
ReadSchema.gif - png      
SaveAndCloseBtn.gif - png
SaveBtn.gif - png
SQL.gif - png
TabCsv.gif - png
TabExcel.gif - png
TabHelp.gif - png
TabPdf.gif - png
TabRtf.gif - png
TabVisualization.gif - png
TreeAssembly.gif - png
TreeChainedReport.gif - png
TreeCSharpCustomFunction.gif - png
TreeCustomOptionBool.gif - png
TreeCustomOptionItem.gif - png
TreeCustomOptionList.gif - png
TreeCustomOptionText.gif - png
TreeDB2.gif - png
TreeEmailGroup.gif - png
TreeEmailPerson.gif - png
TreeExcel.gif - png
TreeFilter.gif - png
TreeInformix.gif - png
TreeJsCustomFunction.gif - png
TreeMSSQL.gif - png
TreeMySQL.gif - png
TreeODBC.gif - png
TreeOracle.gif - png
TreePostgres.gif - png
TreeSQL.gif - png
TreeStoredProc.gif - png
TreeTable.gif - png
TreeVBCustomFunction.gif - png
TreeView.gif - png
TreeWebService.gif - png
TreeXML.gif - png
WrapText.gif - png

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created 2017-04-06 14:57:45 UTC
updated 2017-05-16 19:09:37 UTC

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