I need some help modifying the overdue report that comes standard in the reports section of Web2Project. The Overdue Report in particular. When the report is generated, the tasks that are due are shown without issue, however, there is no project column to know what project the task is associated with. Since we use templates, many of the tasks for different projects are duplicated.\nI went into the /modules/reports/overdue.php and was able to add the additional column by adding this line: `$columns[] = '' . $AppUI->_('Project') . '';` Unfortunately, this is as far as I was able to get. I have attached an example of the report output I would like to achieve. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance[link text][1] [1]: /storage/temp/283-overdue-example.pdf

asked 31 Aug '15, 10:10

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asked 31 Aug '15, 10:10

you may need to modify the sql query to get the associated project name, may already be in there.\nNext. you need to find where task_name is output, and, next to it output the project name (if all data is in $results, tha twould be something like $results['project_name']). It maybe you have only project id at that place, and it may be that this is handled bvy the new html helper class, then, the table is no longer a setup of a plain html table (I think it uses createcell). Actually, I found that one as well and it is on my internal bug list (maybe not yet in mantis). We don't uses this, so it is low priority. Rather, I just made the risk module working again.
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