Thanks. I've tried you suggestion but it hasn't helped me because I can't wrap my head around the data access objects. Is there something (not the online documentation) which could help explain the or give a simple example?
Thank you for your help
Thank you. I'm aware of the export. What I want to do is have a standard report that forces selection of the baseline and outputs in a standard format (some of the fields are formatted and concatenated). This is for standard reports, which inexperienced users can run and I can be sure they exported a baseline. I due course this would be extended to be in corporate report format so as to speed up the production of standard documents.
I've had a look at the baseline comparison reports and can not readily get my head around how you access the baseline. I was looking for something simple and analogous to the documentlist in context sensitive reports. I'm pretty sure I could work it out given time, but I was looking for an example or something to help me understand the underlying data structure and how to access it.
Thank you for any help
I guess I should explain what I'm trying to achieve to give you the full context: a compliance matrix that reports the baseline it was generated from. I've tried a number of approaches and always seem to hit a problem:
1. Word Template: works great (gives me the baseline) but each row in the matrix is separated by a carriage return (that word doesn't recognize for global replacement). I've raised a support case for this and it seems to be a bug.
2. Context Sensitive Velocity report: table is generated nicely but I can not find a way to output the context (the baseline) in the report. Reading into this I couldn't find anyone who knows how to do this.
3. Report using parameters: The baseline is selected as a parameter, great. I can't figure out how to access the baseline objects.
Options 1 & 2 seem closed to me from what I read. I'm on option 3 and hoping this solves it because it seems to be down to my lack of understanding. I was struggling last Friday and decided to reach out for help. A solution to any of them would be wonderful.
Hope that helps
Thank you for your help.
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