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Clearing Parameter Values in COGNOS Reportnet through SDK

Posted on 2004-09-20
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I would lik to reset or clear the previously assigned parameter values through SDK.  Because when I pass the parameters through Java SDK the previously assigned values are stay there.  So every time I have to go to Run Options in Reportnet and clear the old values

If you have any ideas about it please let me know

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Kandav
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Can't you clear them the same way you set them?  Just send blank values into the sdk?

I don't use Cognos, but I guess that's possible...

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by:Kandav04
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Thanks for your help
Even  if you pass empty value it looks for an empty value in the database

I found the way to clear parameters that is using UpdateOptions object you can do that

Any way thanks for looking at the problem and replied it

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Kandav
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