Too true :) Here is a look at the Bug you are hitting;
Old resource in Historical Reporting Client
A resource is deleted but it still appears on the Detailed tab of Historical Reporting client.
A resource has been deleted. User desires to run report with filtering on resource and goes to the Detail tab.
None. User can igore these entries if they are not interested in running reports on these deleted resources. These resources did have some activities prior to being deleted so some users might be interested in reporting on those.
Further Problem Description:
Although the resource has been deleted, the physical record still remains in the database for historical purpose. Historical Reporting client should be enhanced to show the list of resources that were active within the report period. The resources which were deleted prior to report time period should not show up in the detailed list. This will require enhancement in the XML schema to dynamically consider the report start/end time specified by the user.
Old resources appear in Historical Reporting Client
When a resource name is changed or deleted, the old name still shows up in the Historical Reporting Client's "Details" tab. Currently, this is a result of a desired function for Historical Reports. However, this causes confusion as when a resource is deleted, the deleted resource still appears in the "Details" tab. A recommended feature enhancement would be to allow a more defined 'sort' of the resources that appear in the Historical Reporting Client's "Details" tab. Current, all resources (new or old) are lumped into one list window within the client. A better sorting method between 'current/active' and 'old/enactive' resource would allow for less confusion when running historical reports.
Here is a thread with great answers from Andy and Sanjeev;
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