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Would like the ability to burst PAW reports as PDF. Would like the ability to burst PAX reports as Excel Slice, Excel Snap-shot or PDF. eg. TM1 Perspectives Print Report feature With added email notifications and ability to email burst reports by reading the emails from a PA cube. Eg. burst 100 Cost Centre reports as PDF and email them to Cost Centre owners, which are defined by an Attribute with their email address held in the Cost Centre dimension or could be held by a PA cube. Reports can either be emailed directly or written to a shared folder for users to access.
Report Distribution outside of the Planning Analytics Workspace environment
We would like to be able to schedule a time and prepare different list of clients (using an email address ) in order to dispatch a set of reports via e-mail (in pdf or excel format), directly from Planning Analytics Workspace.
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