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Passing Parameter to Drilldown Report

Passing Parameter to Drilldown Report

Passing Parameter to Drilldown Report

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I have a drill down report.  When the user opens the report the intial parameter has the user entering a Start and End Date, this brings up a summary page of all the employees.  The user can then click on Username and bring up detail account info worked by the user.  Question:  How do I pass the Start and End Date to the drilldown page.  I do not want them to have to enter it twice since it was the intial parameter on my summary report.  I have no problem passing the username.



RE: Passing Parameter to Drilldown Report

Any reason you can't pass the start and end dates in the same way you pass the username? They should be supplied as 'amper' variables, so you should be able to add them as variables to be passed to the drill-down procedure.

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