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submiting a report via BrowserScripting Control

submiting a report via BrowserScripting Control

submiting a report via BrowserScripting Control

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Hi All,
I have a report named Report_Set_Parm
I have a Browser Scripting Control in this report.
This Browser Scripting Control displays various text boxes and comboboxes and check boxes which user can use to enter/selects values.

There are two buttons on this BCS. Submit and Clear.
On submit, I want to run another report named REPORT_DETAIL.

Both these reports will run on server.

The values which user entered/selected in BCS should go to the REPORT_DETAIL as paramenter.
The requester page, which is usually opened when we run the report, should not be opened. The report should be submitted as a background job..

Any suggestions please??

Thanks
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