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Ad-hoc Reporting is missing in UDT 3.1 and later releases

Overview

Ad-hoc reporting is deprecated with UDT version 3.1 and later. If you are performing a clean install of UDT 3.1, Ad-hoc reporting will not be available. If you are upgrading to UDT 3.1 from an earlier release, Ad-hoc reporting will be available. This knowledge base article provides instructions for adding AD-hoc reporting to UDT 3.1 and instructions for removing it. 

Environment

UDT 3.1 and above.

Resolution

To enable Ad-hoc reporting:

  1. Login to SQL Server Management Studio, select your UDT database and perform the following:
  2. Click New Query, enter [UDT Database Name].[dbo].[swsp_UDTEnableAdhocReporting] in the query window and click Execute.
  3. Refresh the web console.

To disable Ad-hoc reporting:

  1. Login to SQL Server Management Studio, select your UDT database and perform the following:
  2. Click New Query, enter [UDT Database Name].[dbo].[swsp_UDTDisableAdhocReporting] in the query window and click Execute.
  3. Refresh the web console.

[UDT Database Name] should be replaced by the database name.

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