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2018-04-16 by: David White
From: David White 
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If anyone is familiar with CiviCRM - and specifically, building custom
reports that the default CiviCRM Report Builder isn't capable of building,
thus probably requiring us to do some custom coding & custom MySQL queries
- and if you're interested in a side project, please contact me.

My developer who I had lined up for this project isn't comfortable with
building the reports and has told me I need to find someone else...

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David White
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=============================================================== From: Mike Harrison ------------------------------------------------------ we should chat. I’ve got a very robust MySQL report engine I wrote, that exports to XLSX, CSV and PDF’s.. The old version of it is at https://github.com/mikegeeklabs/glass Which i really need to update that…

=============================================================== From: David White ------------------------------------------------------ Hmm... CiviCRM has quite a bit of reporting built into it already, and even has a report "builder". But my developer, who agreed to do the work, kind of bailed on me for this part of the project, although I thought he did a fantastic job on the rest of the project. The plan was to use CiviCRM's built-in reporting tool, and then if custom reports were needed, to integrate those directly into CiviCRM's report tool (to extend its native functionality). If I get desperate, or perhaps as a solution to limp along until we do it the "right" way, I'll reach out to you, Mike. Thanks! On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 7:21 PM, Mike Harrison wrote: to XLSX, , s