Filesystem Browser

Over the past few days, some of our readers have reported issues with file system browsers.

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    Examples include FAT (FAT12, FAT16, FAT32), exFAT, NTFS, HFS and HFS +, HPFS, APFS, UFS, ext2, ext3, ext4, XFS, btrfs, Files-11, Veritas File System, VMFS, ZFS, ReiserFS, and ScoutFS. Some disk file methods are journaled file systems, also known as version control file systems.

    YI have data from your database in Reporting Services that consists of a date / time as an integer which is actually 20160511, but in some cases it is only 0. I need an expression: if the Put value is 0, the string “never “, otherwise set the data in the correct format.I tried to use SSRS clause like this in my report:

      == IIF (Fields! Name. Value = 0, "never", Date (...)) 

    If the dates are correct, everything works fine, and the date shows 0 in all fields, then I am trying to get this error: #error and some backups.

      == IIF (Fields! name.Value = 0, "never", "something else") 

    Do browsers access file system?

    Some internet browsers offer additional APIs for getting and managing file systems, such as the Chrome requestFileSystem () method. Instead, the client has a "virtual disk" in the browser sandbox. If you need access to a potential client's filesystem, you should view their users, for example.

    There is a real thread running here, it barely shows the thread, and the slightly different thread is fine. I first tried the discount code with Nothing Date and the like, but it still didn't work.

    How do I access file system?

    On Windows 10, go to Start> Settings> Privacy> File System and make sure the box next to Allow apps to access your file configuration is checked.In Windows 11, go to Start> Settings> Privacy & Security> File System, but make sure the box next to Allow apps to access your target file system is checked.

    I'm really confused. Anyone have any ideas for working on the first code?

  • Hello Mohammed

    Yes, the IIF clause in SSRS evaluates both ways ... If the date your queries areare converted, other than "Null" or "Datetime", you will see #Error at the end.

    You can do the following here:

    file system browsers

    1. Add the checked field to your dataset, say PostedOn_Refined and enter all matching expressions like this:

    = IIf (CStr (Fields! PostedOn.Value) equals or nothing CStr (Fields! PostedOn.Value) equals "",Nothing at all,Fields!)

    2. Now use this type of calculated field in your table, textbox expression is below:

     = IIf as be (
    FormatDateTime (CDate (Fields! PostedOn_Refined.Value), DateFormat.ShortDate) is "1/1/0001",
    FormatDateTime (CDate (Fields! PostedOn_Refined.Value), DateFormat.ShortDate)

    This should give you a valid date in short date format and a value to ignore if there is no woo or empty date.

    Let me know if you need more information.


    How do I open file system in browser?

    In a browser, press Ctrl + O on Windows (Command + O on Mac) as in Open and double-click the file.

    Well done,

    file system browsers


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