Does Stonefield Query work with Windows Terminal Server or Citrix?

Yes, it works the same on Windows Terminal Server or Citrix as it does a normal network server, with the same features and licensing. The only exception is that reports cannot be scheduled on a Citrix server since Citrix doesn't support the Windows Task Scheduler API.

Can you create formulas?

Yes, you can create formulas for a report using Formula Editor.

Can you suppress sections of the report?

Stonefield Query has a "summary report" feature that suppresses all detailed fields that have not been grouped. Also, you can use the Advanced Report Designer to change anything you wish in headers, footers, etc.

Can you parse string fields, such as looking for data in the first two positions of a field?

You can create a filter that uses the "contains" or "begins with" operator.

Can I include columns in a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet in a report?

You can add any data source, including a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, to Stonefield Query using the Add Data Source function in the Tools menu.

What GoldMine data can I access?

Stonefield Query doesn't currently use the security features built into GoldMine (that may change in a future version), so anyone with access to Stonefield Query can access any records in GoldMine. If you have concerns about who can access the data, do not give access to people you don't want to have full access to your GoldMine data, or use the Maintaining Users and Groups function to set access.

Is there access to the user-defined fields?

Yes, we actually take it one step further and display the name of the user-defined field as you've entered it.

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