SAVE AS Report needs Write Access

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    Created by: Gerard O'Rourke on 21-10-2012 01:11:06 PM
    Hi,
     
    Can anyone explain to me the rational that to be able to do a "SAVE AS" of a report, you also need to have WRITE access to the report?
    I would have thought it would be useful for report users to be able to 'copy' / 'save as' a report, but I would not want them to be able to edit or change the original report.
     
    Regards,
    Gerry
     

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    Subject: RE: SAVE AS Report needs Write Access
    Replied by: Carmen Logue on 21-10-2012 10:20:36 PM
    [quote=Gerard O'Rourke]Hi,
     
    Can anyone explain to me the rational that to be able to do a "SAVE AS" of a report, you also need to have WRITE access to the report?
    I would have thought it would be useful for report users to be able to 'copy' / 'save as' a report, but I would not want them to be able to edit or change the original report.
     
    Regards,
    Gerry
     
     
    We heard this frequently so in release 9.0 of Intelligence Center, we have modified this so that now there are two permissions on objects -- Read/Execute and Write.  Read/Execute permission allows you to SaveAs, but not Save (overwrite).  Note that Release 9.0 of Intelligence Center is compatible with Contact Center Enterprise 8.

    Subject: RE: SAVE AS Report needs Write Access
    Replied by: Gerard O'Rourke on 23-10-2012 03:29:57 PM
    Carmen,
    Do you know if a UCCE 8 customer is entitled to upgrade their CUIC to version 9.
    Or do they need to order (or use UCSS) to upgrade to CUIC 9?
    Gerry

    Subject: RE: SAVE AS Report needs Write Access
    Replied by: Carmen Logue on 23-10-2012 04:02:31 PM
    Yes -- the same license is valid with both CUIC 8.x and 9.x so it is a software download and udgrade,

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    Subject: RE: SAVE AS Report needs Write Access
    Replied by: Gerard O'Rourke on 24-10-2012 10:17:25 AM
    Carmen,
    Thank you. That is very useful info. I just confirmed the same in my lab.
    Do you know if CUIC 9 is fully backward compatable with CUIC 8 developed reports?
    i.e. that we can import CUIC 8 reports such as below into CUIC 9?
    e.g. The CUIC85 Migrated Webview Reports.zip available at http://developer.cisco.com/web/ccr are very useful for upgrades to stop moaning!
    i.e. But there is no CUIC 9 versions of above.
    I see a new version of stock reports have been released for CUIC 9, but looking at them, I am assuming that this is due to minor improvements.
    i.e. Will it be fine to import into CUIC 8 reports into CUIC 9 / Do you envisage any issues with importing any reporting which might work or were devloped on CUIC 8.5.4 if imported into CUIC 9?
    Gerry