SMAX Reports -DB Queries inside SMAX

Idea ID 2760362

SMAX Reports -DB Queries inside SMAX

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Hi Team ,

Description : Currently our customer is using SMAX for their product support and they have around 100+ customers . They need to fetch reports on daily basis on certain criteria (which is not fixed) . So they want a ability inside SMAX to run queries and fetch report . We know that we can use BI tools and integrate SMAX but this requirement is for small scale customers who doesnt have budget for BI tools .

Benefits / Value : Since the reports are not static this will help for the clients to change SQL queries and run the report and fetch it which will save lot of efforts . By this we can also have one more feature like  Join tables and also add fields in reports like Requested by email , Phone number , Manager etc .


Design details:  Give an option to run DB queries inside SMAX for running query , export it and schedule it .

In Customer query, we can fetch these type of reports without adding any additional fields (current limitation in SMAX).

Do let us know whether this idea can be Considered or denied . If its denied please do let us know the reason so the same can be conveyed to the customer 

Regards

Dipin Kannan

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Status changed to: Declined

We do not intend to provide direct access to the DB from within the tool.  They can run external reports using the PG Views.  Inside the tool, they should use the in-tool Reports.  Ideas for improvements to the in-tool reports would be considered.

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