The steps below are for modifying an already existing report in Sage X3 Cloud. Please adhere to your organization’s backup policy before you proceed with any step mentioned here. If you are just starting out developing a backup strategy for your organization, you might like this article where we cover the basics of a robust backup protocol.
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This is a brief and users are strongly advised not to use this information as a replacement of the detailed steps and screenshots in the PDF attachment below:
- At the time of the last date updated of this article, only Firefox is supported for the Sage X3 Crystal Report Connector. Other Web browsers may result in unexpected behavior.
- You must already have Crystal Reports 2013 installed on the computer you are using the Sage X3 Crystal Report Connector (used for making a copy of an existing report already inside of Sage X3 Cloud).
- The Sage X3 Crystal Report Connector has to be installed on the local computer in order to download and upload the reports in question. To install the connector, launch X3, and go to Administration, Utilities, Installation, Crystal Report Connector.
- Click the Transfer button (see attached PDF for detailed instructions and screenshots) and the report will be downloaded to:
- C:\Users\<user profile>\AppData\Local\Sage Crystal Report Connector\
- If need to replace a report with something you’ve already modified, change the newest modified report filename to match the filename that gets downloaded to this location. Once you click Commit (see attached PDF for detailed instructions), it’ll grab this report, upload it to the X3 server (cloud) and delete the copy on the local computer.
The attached PDF document references the X3 cloud version, but the logic and steps remain the same for on-premise version of X3 for users who do not have access directly to the X3 server to obtain the actual Crystal Report file.
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