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Is Autogenerate(Report Model) required for every client install.


Is Autogenerate(Report Model) required for every client install.

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During .smdl autogenerate, it displays a msg in collect model statistics screen saying "It is recommened that you update model statistics if data has changed significantly". To update stats we need to autogenerate the model. I have a created a Report Model for a product I am working on. I am not clear whether I need to do a autogenerate @ every client site install because the size of DB varies for each client.

If I just deploy the model @ client site (without autogenerate), I am concerned that the model statistics will be same as we had during our system testing phase.

Any thoughts will be appreciated.

Thank You.
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