DataRiver Web Excel and Web SQL are great features of DataRiver that allow you to use Microsoft Excel and SQL Server Management Studio in the cloud. Accessing these two features on Mac OS X does require an additional step over Windows that we’ll cover below.
In order to open the RDP files that DataRiver generates once you click to access Web Excel or Web SQL files, such as Research Pivots, you’ll need to download the Microsoft Remote Desktop app from Microsoft.
You can download this app from the Mac App Store with the link below:
Once you have the app installed, you can open the downloaded RDP files from DataRiver to access Web Excel and Web SQL.
DataCast is a great tool that allows users to automatically deliver reports throughout their organization. For example, handling the delivery of monthly physician volume reports to each physician via email.
We provide analytical reports for each DataCast, broken out by events in aggregate as well as for each recipient. Below are those events and definitions for each:
||Recipient’s email server temporarily rejected message. DataRiver will continue to try delivery for 48 hours.
||Receiving server could not or would not accept message.
||Message has been successfully delivered to the receiving server.
||Recipient has opened the email message.
||Recipient clicked on a link within the email message.
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