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Answer Dynamically

Answer Dynamically


I have two Free From SQL reports by using Stored Procs.
Report1 has two prompt
Report2 has the Three Prompts.

In the Report1, First column Col_1 has the link to the Report2.This link was created by Edit Links.
In the edit links choose the Firtst two prompts answers as "Same as Source" and third parameter choose as "Answer Dynamically".

From the Web, when I click on the Col_1, it is trying to open the Report2, but throwing the error. The SQL shows only two values are passing to the Target Report. It is discarding the Third Parameter (Which has been chosen as Answer Dynamically)..

Is there Any solution for this?....


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