those cryptic codes are not report names but IDs.
Best way to check your report ID/name combinations is directly on PostgreSQL server. Look into db nprinting, schema public, table report.
EDIT: it is actually not report id but id from table publish_report_task_report. You can also find the report id in this table.
this can be because of invalid selection in filter. Have a look here
the Report ID is also visible in the URL in the browser when you open the specific report
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that is the obvious solution. Unfortunatelly it does not work.
After closer examination it seems that what is reported in the task execution summary is not report id but id from table publish_report_task_report. (tested with version 17.5).
Can you perhaps suggest to the developers to change it? If not report name (that would be great) then at least the real report id. Combination of both would be perfect.
Yes, this exactly what I was seeing, and perhaps when I said "report name" it was misleading. (I mean report name in the sense that the only place to see the user friendly name is in the web console which makes things a challenge using this tool.) Thanks, this is what I was looking for in regards to what I was seeing; it sounds like a poor design especially if we are to use the logs to troubleshoot...how can we really do that if the ids don't align, especially if you have multiple reports under under one NP Publish Task. So I guess a work around is to assign one report per task so you can at least know what report you are troubleshooting.
To help decode reports from the Task Executions window, I just stumbled upon this today in the NP Online Help as well:
Retrieve the report from the ID in the logs
Report IDs are not resolved in the logs of the task execution details page, so report names are not visible and you will need to retrieve them.
Do the following:
- Open the task details page.
- Select and copy the report ID that you want to resolve.
- Go to the publish task page.
- Open the publish task related to the original log.
- Open one of the available reports
- Replace the last part of the URL (the string on the right side of last backslash) by pasting the copied report ID.
- Press enter.