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MSTR WEB 8.0.1 - Open New Window

MSTR WEB 8.0.1 - Open New Window

MSTR WEB 8.0.1 - Open New Window

I thought this would be obvious but in Web 801, is there a way to tell MSTR to open up a new window to execute the report when you click on a report link?
Right now when you click on the report it executes and returns data on the same page.
I know there is an option to export reports into excel or PDF to a new window. But just executing it on to a new window seems to be a challenge!

Thanks for your help guys!

RE: MSTR WEB 8.0.1 - Open New Window

There is the "Open drill results in a new window" check box in Preferences --> Drill Mode in Web

That's not exactly what you are looking for though...


RE: MSTR WEB 8.0.1 - Open New Window

Yeah that's not exactly what I want. The one thing I found out is to change the code on MSTR web and change the XSL to point to a new window.
I was trying to avoid that.

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