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    • frugalcoconut
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      1) When I export the data to a CSV file and click Open, it opens the file in the same tab/window as CalendarBudget was in … so I can’t cross-check with CalendarBudget and for some reason it takes forever to switch back to CalendarBudget when I hit the back button on my browser.  Could you please make it so that the CSV file opens up in a brand new tab/window?

      2) I like how the information is presented; however, I would like a bit more information added in.  When the report is exported from an individual bank account, I would simply like to see a running account balance next to each transaction.  When the report is exported from the (upcoming) SnapShot header which summarizes all accounts, I would like to see the transactions from all accounts (sorted by date) followed by a figure for the combined running account balance and then the individual running balance for each bank account.  This is how my personal budget spreadsheet was set up before I started using CalendarBudget, as this is something that is very helpful to me in assessing my overall financial picture in terms of how each transaction affects my liquid assets an then figuring out what enhancements I can implement.

    • Eric Poulin
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      Sure – these 2 requests are easy enough to do. 
      I’ll try to get them into the next system upgrade.

      The reloading time issue may have to do with IE7.  If you have them, try Firefox 3, or Chrome – the are WAY faster for heavy javascript apps like CalendarBudget.

    • Eric Poulin
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      Done – those changes are up on the server. 

    • frugalcoconut
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      HTTP Status 500 –


      type Exception report

      message

      description The server encountered an internal error () that prevented it from fulfilling this request.

      exception

      java.lang.NullPointerException
      sun.misc.FloatingDecimal.readJavaFormatString(FloatingDecimal.java:991)
      java.lang.Float.valueOf(Float.java:388)
      java.lang.Float.(Float.java:489)
      calendarbudget.servlets.ajax.ExportToCSV.service(ExportToCSV.java:37)

      note The full stack trace of the root cause is available in the Apache Tomcat/5.5.25 logs.


      Apache Tomcat/5.5.25

    • frugalcoconut
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      Sometimes I just get a windows pop-up error message … depending on what dates I put in ???  Really strange…

    • Eric Poulin
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      Thats ugly…
      Its seems to not like when the dates span different years.
      Investigating a fix asap.

    • Eric Poulin
      Keymaster
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      There we go.
      The system didn’t like a start date that was before there was any account activity.
      It should be fixed now, at least I am no longer getting that error.
      Let me know if anything else is causing you trouble.

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