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On Demand subreport when exporting to PDF, any updated solution links?

Posted on 2009-07-06
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Someone gave this link in 2006 as the accepted solution to the problem.
This link does not work anymore.    
http://support.businessobjects.com/library/kbase/articles/c2012680.asp 

Are there any updated links or information for this problem?
Here is the original question from 2006:

I'm doing my first subreport, and inside the designer it works fine.  When I export to PDF, the "Show Details" hyperlink that I created (to the subreport) does nothing.  

I guess that's not surprising, but I (and my users) sure would like to have it be a live link, in the same way that hyperlinks export from Word to PDF.

Can it be done?

Thanks,
Dave

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