Often, we hear about clients trying to figure out why Foxfire! creates an SQL statement with GROUP statements and why it doesn’t. The distinction can be subtle when looking at the ...
Foxfire! has been a powerful query and reporting tool for over 30 years. Business Intelligence wasn’t even a buzzword when Foxfire! was first introduced; yet there’s so much in Foxfire! that ...

2015 Updates

19 Nov, 2015
We’ve made a few updates to Foxfire! 2015 in the past few weeks. Most of these are related to different output types. What happened? In a recent update, we changed the ...
A client contacted us recently with a problem that was appearing when running a report. The error would appear and no output would be created. The message was directly from SQL ...
All system administrator options in Foxfire! are controlled by the existence of FFADMIN.EXE. If that file isn’t present, many of the options (including Setup Wizard, Upgrade and System Admin) will not ...
Detail Reports provide lists of information from your database, in form or column mode. In Column Mode, Foxfire! analyzes data items for their content, automatically providing sub-totals based on sort and ...
  This customer-facing proposal was generated by combining multiple reports into batches. When a batch is run, every report is run sequentially. But now with 9.0, a batch can be defined ...
The Request Manager holds all of your reports in one place, making them easy to find and manage. With security, reports can be run by other users or kept away from ...
Foxfire! uses pre-designed templates to lay out reports out for you. Need a corporate report? Use a public-facing template with a logo. Summarizing information? Use a Summary report template. Once selected, ...