The Application Settings are user preferences and other application-wide settings that affect the behavior of the Jet Excel add-in.
|User Interface Language||The Jet user interface language.|
|Lookup Sample Value Limit||The maximum number of sample values that will be retrieved when performing a lookup.|
|Lookup Record Scan Limit||
The maximum number of records that will be scanned in order to retrieve sample values when performing a lookup.
Applies to Dynamics NAV data sources only.
|Show Data Sources in Toolbar||Determines whether the default data source, and company if applicable, can be selected from the Jet ribbon or toolbar.|
|Auto Debug Report Errors||Determines whether Jet automatically scans the report for #VALUE! errors after running reports and display a diagnostic message.|
None: Operates the Jet Excel add-in normally.
Viewer: Removes design privileges so that a Designer can test reports before they are distributed to report Viewers.
Jet Express: Operates the Jet add-in as though it were Jet Express
|Snippets Folder||Specifies the folder in which snippet files are saved.|
Displays current Jet license information.
|Preserve Page Breaks||Determines whether Jet will replicate page breaks occurring within a replicator region. This should only be enabled if necessary as it can have a significant performance impact.|
|Preserve conditional formatting in Excel 2010 and later||Determines whether Jet will preserve conditional formatting in Excel 2010 and later. This should only be enabled if necessary as it can have a significant performance impact.|
|Always remove Excel AutoFilters||Determines whether AutoFilters will be removed during a report run.|
|Show Compatibility Mode Warning||Determines whether Jet will display a warning message about the issues associated with running Excel in compatibility mode.|
|Show AutoFilter Warning||Determines whether Jet will display a warning message prompting users to remove AutoFilters before running a report.|
This page is used to configure how Jet sends email via SMTP using the Scheduler feature.
Specifies the location in which Jet data source settings are stored. Settings can be stored in the local user profile or in a centralized SQL Server database, which allows for sharing of data sources, metadata, and other settings between users. See the Centralized Settings section for more information.
This page is used to configure Jet logging. Logging will negatively impact report performance and can produce very large files. It should only be enabled when directed by Jet Support, and should be disabled when no longer needed.
Disabling these settings can negatively impact report performance and is not recommended unless directed by Jet Support.
|Enable Batch Function Execution||Instructs Jet to evaluate certain types of functions within a report in batches, providing a performance improvement under certain reporting scenarios.|
|Cache Function Results||Instructs Jet to cache function results while running a report. Jet functions may be evaluated 3 times or more during a report run, so caching the values during the report run improves performance. Cached results can grow very large and cause Excel to run out of memory for very large reports on 32-bit systems.|
|Enable Excel Automatic Calculation When Restoring Formulas||Instructs Jet to enable automatic Excel calculation when restoring formulas when entering design mode. This should make entering design mode or running reports from report mode faster.|
|Disable Excel Multi-Threaded Calculation When Running Reports||Instructs Jet to disable Excel multi-threaded calculation when running reports. Excel’s multi-threaded calculation can cause formulas to evaluate prematurely, resulting in errors and re-calculations.|
Allows the user to choose which buttons appear on the Jet ribbon.