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Calling a SQl Report from MS Access

Posted on 2014-03-20
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I have a report that has been built using Microsoft Report Builder 3.0.

Is there a way to call this report from MS Access using VBA Code?
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CreateObject("wscript.shell").Run "http://<url-of-your-report>"
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Thanks for the solution I have tested this and it worked.
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