Exporting documents without Object Manager

Hello there! Today let's talk about how to export a document without Object Manager. Exporting documents using Developer is very good in cases that you have different datasets in the destination project. When you export the template, you will be able to map a different dataset for each previous dataset that you had before. To do that you... Continue Reading →

Disable export option for Grid/Graph in Flash mode

Hello there! Today let's talk a quick tip about the export options that appears when you mouse over a grid/graph while in flash mode. To remove those options, you just have to: 1. Open your flash document in MicroStrategy Web; 2. Right click on the desired grid/graph and click on Properties and Formattin... option; 3. In... Continue Reading →

Displaying images in exported documents using relative path

Hello there! I don't know if you guys have some issues with images not appearing when exporting a document that contains a relative path for the image (./images/nameOfTheImage.jpg). To make it works you have to save your image in specific folders. Those folders are:   For PDF export from Web, save the image in your... Continue Reading →

Using Burst with Distribution Service

Hello there! Let's talk about a great feature that is included with the Distribution Service. If you don't know, Distribution Service is the delivery option that you can use to send documents and reports to folders, email, printers and even send push notifications to mobile devices. MicroStrategy has discontinued NarrowCast Server, the older brother of Distribution Service, to add this... Continue Reading →

Splitting attribute element into different sheets in Excel

Hi there, today I'm going to talk about splitting in different sheets your attribute elements when you export your document to MS Excel. To do this trick, you just need to: 1. Add your attribute in the Grouping area like image 1 below: 2. Right click on the attribute and choose Grouping Properties... 3. Check Sheet break between groups  ... Continue Reading →

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