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Automatic running of Report

Posted on 2010-09-20
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Hi All, I need your assistance.

Facing problem of automatioc running of report.

Suppose we are taking two parameter and passing default values for both. It is automatically run when we take preview without clicking View Report commend button.

Is there any way to stop the report from automatically running (before the user clicks "View Report") while having all of the  parameters set to default values?

Please help.
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by:jose11au
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Done. removed the duplicated thread.

Thanks.
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sureshbabukrish earned 500 total points
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add a dummy parameter which is used in the report and not the query. so that you need to pass  a dummy value and then click on view report
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