Never mind guys, I've reset security to defaults in IE and all good now, but strange that the ESC was Off but I had that message. 


Never mind Ben, I see what it is, it's just a bowser option where it's available in IE but not Chrome.

but for some season I'm unable to run my Zen page from IE, chrome works fine, so is there a security option or restrictions that I should change in my IE browser, I've tried to change a few setting and level of security with no luck?

FYI, I'm running IE V1607 in windows server 2016.


Never mind guys found the problem, i missed to put quit with a stauts as required (Quit $$$OK)

Method OnTask() As %Status
res= myclasds
Quit $$$OK

Ok if you try exporting and opening a Zen report to Excel in a machine that doesn't have MS excel installed you want to be able to open the exported file.

With Crystal reports for example there a runtime EXE that you can install that have all required DLLs and files that allow the user to view a crystal report without having to install the full version of Crystal (see this link for more info:

So I'm asking if there is a Runtime EXE for excel or MS Office that I can install to allow users to open & view the generated .csv report?


Never mind guys, I've added this kind of code and seems to be working I think.

Set Body1 = ##class(%ZEN.proxyObject).%New()
 Set Body1.Test = "fiel"
 Set Body1.Test2 = "ttss"
 Set Emp= ##class(%ListOfDataTypes).%New()
 Do Emp.Insert(Body1)
 Set Body.Array = Emp