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    Antero Makinen
    Core Application reports
    Topic posted August 2, 2019 by Antero MakinenBlue Ribbon: 750+ Points, tagged Configuration, Dashboard / Reporting, Mobility / Mobile Apps 
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    Core Application reports


    Can I get the same reports to Core Application which were in Legacy manage (see attached picture)? 





    • Zsolt Tolgyesi

      Hi Antero,

      IMO only Dashboard is available in 19B and I din't found a workaround. Let's wait for 19C, because Oracle is promised to make Core Manage closer to Legacy Manage as we get closer to the deadline with 20A.


      • Zsolt Tolgyesi

        As Stewart corrected me (TY), there is a "tricky" way to configure it for every UT, but only if the admin account is also using Core Manage.
        In the Legacy Manage I got "Dashboard Configuration is only available in Mobility." error when tried to configure through Configuration / Dashboards.

    • Stewart Logan

      Hi Antero,

      If you add Dashboards onto the configuration screen, this will allow you to assign different Dashboard/reports by UT - for some reason many of the ones from Legacy Manage appear to be hidden by default.

      Once you have 'unhidden' them, you can create a default Dashboard for each UT.

      Not the best UI but gives you access to all the reports that are available.



    • Antero Makinen

      Thanks Stewart and Zsolt, I've been personally using the Core Application on my admin role ever since it came, but there are still quite many reasons, e.g. these reports, when I have to go back to Legacy Manage to do something. 

      I'll check Stewart's suggestion (I think I've tried that) and try to get something out of the reports. IMO the Dashboard and it's reports are quite bad, because most of the time they don't even show correct data or barely anything. Maybe I just have to spend a little more time to learn all the Dashboard secrets and possibilities :)

      Have a nice weekend!