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Hi Sakthikumar,Its always better to create a package rather than exporting components directly.In your case, you should also migrate the components associated with the Campaign as they are not present in Destination instance.1)Campaign which you are trying to migrate is in the Program folder - hdfcTriggerCampaign which is not present in the destination instance.2)Campaign might have a operator(assigned operator/operator in the alert activity) which is not in the destination instance.Hence migrat...

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Hi Abhishek, Yes in fact you can group data in the table. Here is a screen shot showing how to access the option:The Reporting class that is posted under Additional topics in the Developer learning path explains how to do this in more detail. The editor is the same for the Table widget in both ReportBuilder and the Web application editor.Regards, Linda

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