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Using reporting services & trying to use drillthrough to run another report.

Nilesh_Powar
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I have a main report where I select three different parameters from drop down menu & then View report shows a list of attributes selected. then i use a drillthrough (an action of clicking on an area of an report(report1) to run another report(report2) to show additional details). The report1 passes parameters to report2.
The whole thing works great & i get report2, but when I hit the back button on the internet explorer, i go back to the report1 but it is empty so i have to reselect all my parameters & view report. Is there any way i could hit the back button on the Internet exploreer and still get back to my report1????
This whole report works great when I run from the server, from the server when I hit a back button it goes back to the report1 & I have no problem, why does it fail when i do the same thing from any client Internet explorer????

Please give me some hints, i am running out of ideas.

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