Custom SQL Reports - Version 0,.9.9.0 and Windows 8.1

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Custom SQL Reports - Version 0,.9.9.0 and Windows 8.1

JoyceAE
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I have created a custom SQL report that I use for tracking my income tax information. When I create the custom report, I click on the Save button and then run the report,. It then shows up in the left-hand pane under the heading Custom SQL Reports. However, when I exit the application the report is no longer showing when I open the application at a later date. I have no problems with this when I was using Windows 7 but now that I am using Windows 8.1, the report is not being saved. Is there some setting that I am missing?

I am running Windows 8.1 Home with 12 GB of RAM and a 1 TB hard drive.
Re: Custom SQL Reports - Version 0,.9.9.0 and Windows 8.1
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GabrieleV
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You should update MMEX to latest version (1.2.0)
Re: Custom SQL Reports - Version 0,.9.9.0 and Windows 8.1

JoyceAE
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GabrieleV wrote:You should update MMEX to latest version (1.2.0)
That's all well and fine - but will it solve my problem? I would like to know why all of a sudden I cannot actually save the Custom Report any more.
Re: Custom SQL Reports - Version 0,.9.9.0 and Windows 8.1

guanlisheng
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Your version is too old and we have no enough resources to maintain that version


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Re: Custom SQL Reports - Version 0,.9.9.0 and Windows 8.1

Nikolay
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JoyceAE wrote:
GabrieleV wrote:You should update MMEX to latest version (1.2.0)
That's all well and fine - but will it solve my problem? I would like to know why all of a sudden I cannot actually save the Custom Report any more.
Will.
In new wertion sql script will be saved into DB directly but not in a file as in old version.
I recommend to use modern mmex,
Or check user rights for folder where mmex 0.9 save sql scripts (I don't remember the path).
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