When you see the window print button you expect that the information of the window you are on is being printed on a report writer report, and when one of your customers inform you that no action is being taken upon pressing the report you just feel like the user is not aware whats going on and a privileges issue should take place! Well for Purchase Requisition Entry form this is not the case! the window print is not linked to any of the available reports, clicking the button will do nothing and you will feel a little bit confused about what to be done! The button indeed does not have a report assigned, but you can design your report on SSRS and link it to this button! Just click the Small Arrow near the print button and hit “Assign Reports”, then select the report you need to link, see the below for clarification: Regards, — Mohammad R. Daoud MVP – MCT MCP, MCBMSP, MCTS, MCBMSS +962 – 79 – 999 65 85 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.di.jo
Following on from my previous posts: Customising the Company Login window series Part 1 – Introduction , Customising the Company Login window series Part 2 – Visual Basic for Applications and Customising the Company Login window series Part 3 – Dexterity , here is a discussion about trying to create a solution using Visual Studio Tools.
After the successes of the All Saints College teams at the RoboCup Junior Australia 2014 WA State Championships , it went without saying that we would take our best teams to the National Competition in Brisbane on the 27 th and 28 th September. We ended up taking our Senior Theatre (Pickle JAR Productions) and Senior Dance (The Inspector) teams as well as our top 2 Open Rescue (Sam and Me, Him & It) teams. Sadly neither of the CJs (Christopher Jack and Christopher John) were able to come due to other commitments
It has been a while since my last post. I have been very busy with a number of activities (more on that in a later post). One of those activities has been this year’s RoboCup Junior Australia competition. For the last two years I have been the mentor for the All Saints College Robotics Club.