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RE: Go To report Action

RE: Go To report Action

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Hello,

I have a report that has a parameter that allows you to select several users. This report also has a document map of the selected users. From there I have a button (Textbox) that takes you to another report using the that shows you the information about the users that were selected from the first report. What I want to be able to do is created a button(textbox) that allows you to go back to the first report showing all the selected users. So far I can get the button to go back to the report but it will only show the user that you are looking at on the second report. Hope all this make sense. Thanks for your help!

First Report: User1, User2
Second Report: I select User1 this will show me the information on the second report about user1

Button: want a button to go back to the first report showing both user1 and user2. Currently the button will go back showing just user1.

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