Doh!! Just need to set up different profiles for each PS_HOME in
Configuration Manager. I usually catch on, sometimes it just takes
--- In email@example.com, "Henry Poras" <hporas@a...> wrote:
> Thanks for the reply. I have my report repository stuff set up and
> that is being moved properly. My question dealt more (or at least
> meant to deal) with the 'client-like' applications (Crystal,
> running from the NT Process Scheduler. My question and
> of the issue has changed a bit with time, so let me restate (and
> slightly change) the question.
> When Crystal is run from a PeopleSoft web interface, the
> goes to the NT Process Scheduler which then calls crystal. A lot of
> the paths (crystal exe, crystal report dir) are registry settings.
> One way these can be adjusted is by running Configuration Manager
> the NT box. Does this reliance on the registry mean, however, that
> even though I can have multiple Process Schedulers originating from
> multiple ps_home directories (i.e. ps84fix, ps84dev, ps84dmo)
> on the same server, they all point to a single crystal report
> directory? This is usually no problem, but it can get confusing.
> should be easy to test (just remove one report from a directory),
> I hope my environment will be ready to do this in the next couple
> days. I'll post my results.
> How is everyone else dealing with this issue?
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Julio C. Alonso" <jalonsoetc@y...>
> > Hi,
> > The configuration is taken from the report Server. On the report
> Server or Process Scheduler server (on the same box) is where you
> set the location of the files. After executing the report if you
> to see it on the web, the system put it on the web server making
> ftp, xcopy or http. For this last action you have configure a
> node with the IP Address .
> > I hope this will be helpfull.
> > cheers
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