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How to pass dynamic parameters to BIRT report

Posted on 2014-03-18
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Greeting,

I have a BIRT report1 which contains a hyperlink field to open another BIRT report2.
Below is the link I have for that field.

https://Myserver/reportviewer/ReportId=101&Work=row["WorkNum"]&ID=row["ID"]

'Work' and 'ID' are my paramenters on the report2.

It won't pass the value of row["WorkNum"] & row["ID"] to report2. My report works if I put the actual value of parameters in the link.


Please suggest.

Thanks.
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