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Hi All I Have A Question About The "Reports" Feature. I Followed The Steps Below. 1. Created Report At "Project Root" 2. Ran Api

Hi all
I have a question about the "reports" feature.
I followed the steps below.

  1. created report at "Project root"
  2. ran API
projectsGetAllEx({name: "^.reports$",search_hidden: true})
  1. The API returned two arrays. One with the author "allegroai" and the other with my ID.
    Is it expected behavior to find more than 2 arrays when searching for ".reports" project in the API?
    Please let me know the conditions if multiple reports can be created in the ".reports" project.

Thanks

  
  
Posted one year ago
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Hi @<1523701070390366208:profile|CostlyOstrich36>
Thank you for answering.
Does that mean that normally there is only one ".reports" project?

  
  
Posted one year ago

Hi @<1567321746447536128:profile|EmaciatedCentipede72> , I would suggest checking what api calls the UI sends when doing work in the UI with reports. You can see it in the network section of developer tools (F12), filter by XHR for easier time reading 🙂

  
  
Posted one year ago

I think there is one .reports per project, are you self deployed?

  
  
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