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Report Autoexport - Pivot

Posted on 2008-10-01
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I'll do my best to explain, I have a report that basically shows Aged status of an order in a warehouse.  Currently the report is ran, then exported to Excel, then a pivot table is created around the report with no changes to the data at all.  Is there a way to automate this process?  I can schedule reports to run at certain times, email out and all that using the server software.  I can make a template on the spreadsheet to auto update the pivot.  May be a stupid question, but I thought I would ask.   Would like to almost make this live?
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Sounds like you have the solution.

There probably are 3rd-party tools available that could do this or you could write your own application.

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