Using dbForge Studio for PostgreSQL, you can save a data report definition (its bands, controls, and other settings) to an .rdb file, and later re-create a report instance from this file. This topic will describe how to save and load reports in dbForge Studio for PostgreSQL.
To save a report, click Save [Document Name].rdb on the File menu or press CTRL+S.
Also, you can choose the Save [Document Name].rdb As... option or right-click the needed document tab in the document area and choose Save [Document Name].rdb.
These actions will invoke the Save File As dialog window.
To load an existing report definition from an .rdb file, click Open File on the File menu or press CTRL+O. Each of these actions will invoke the Open File dialog window. You may choose Reports (*.rdb) in the Files of type field to show only files with report definitions.
If dbForge Studio can not find a connection by the connection string that is available when loading a report (for example, you try loading report samples, but PostgreSQL server is not installed on your computer), then a message with the following options will be shown:
Create New - create a new connection using the available connection string.
Choose Existing - choose one of the existing connections.
If you choose this option, the Connection Manager window will be shown. The Connections field shows all available connections, and the Connection string area below shows the connection string for the selected connection.
The following image shows the Connection Manager window:
Actual document look may slightly vary from the above image, depending on the product you use.
Cancel - click the button to cancel loading of the document.