AX Reports Management - The "Text Image" button does not bring up another window with the text view.
In ApplicationXtender Reports Management (ERMX) 6.5 when looking at the Report Types and trying to set up (or view) a procedure, the "Text Image" button does not bring up another window with the text view. Nothing happens when the button is pushed.
This problem was caused by a product defect identified under JIRA-ERMX-60.
The TextView dialog is displayed outside the screen. The last top-left coordinate is saved in the registry when we close MMC but for some unexplained reason there must have been an error in calculating that top-left coordinate resulting in large number.
The only way to fix this is to go into registry and correct the top-left coordinate.Make sure Report Management Admin is closed before making the change. Instructions
for Windows 2008: On the ERMX server browse to HKLM\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\XtenderSolutions\ERMX\CxConfigServer\Layout and select XDSEditor on the right. Right click on XDSEditor and make the following changes XDSEditor = 260;384;No;;;421;792; Instructions for Windows 2003: On the Reports Management server, open Regedit and browse to "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\XtenderSolutions\ERMX\CxConfigServer\Layout" and select "XDSEditor" on the right. Right click on XDSEditor and make the following changes XDSEditor = 260;384;No;;;421;792; WARNING: Modifying the Registry requires skill and careful attention. Only qualified System Administrators should make changes to the Registry. Using the Registry Editor incorrectly can cause serious, system-wide problems that may require reinstallation of the Windows operating system to correct. EMC cannot guarantee that any problems resulting from the use of the Registry Editor can be solved. Use this tool at your own risk. Note: EMC recommends that the Registry be backed up before editing. The Emergency Repair Disk (ERD) should also be updated. For information about how to edit the Registry, view the "Changing Keys and Values" Help topic in the Registry Editor (regedit.exe) or the "add and Delete Information in the Registry and Edit Registry Data Help topics in Regedit32.exe.
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