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Refresh Back Button in Internet Explorer to release the hold on a visual studio 2008 crystal report

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I am have an issue with my application where I have a crystal report in a ASP.Net application. The user can click a button which access the crystal report's parameters. The user can then type the name of the person they want a report on. After they have printed the report they click the back button to go to the ASP.NET main.aspx page. If they click the Open report button again the report opens with the last person that they entered parameters for. It is not prompting for new parameters. How would I "refresh" the report so that the parameters always come up when clicking the open report button?
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Question by:Jennifer Barman
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You probably need to "destroy" the existing report or set the prompt for parameters to true

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It works but the explaination is vague..
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