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February 23, 2011

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I have spent the last 2 days teaching myself SQL enough to put together a report using the SQL report writer. All I have left now are the custom fields and I cannot find them the tables. I just read this article and almost threw myself on the floor kicking and screaming. Thankfully I saw you had comments and that you CAN access the custom records. WHERE????

I really like this release, even though there is a room for some improvements... I mean - it's great and all... any idea if there are any upgrades soon ?

Nice information. I will definite bookmark your post!

It is only very recently that Amicus has exposed the custom fields and records so that they can be accessed by Report Builder. But you are right, the good news is that now they can.

I'm not sure who told you that custom fields and records can't be accessed through the SQL Report Builder. I have created lists of documents and various other documents with the custom records information. It's just a matter of mapping out how your custom data is store and the relationships between the various tables. From there, you can link these pieces of information together and generate all kinds of reports. I have been using the SQL Report builder with excel and created macros to automatically sort data for use in court documents.

Is Outlook sync any better in SFE 2011?

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