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editing command query removes parameter descriptions

editing command query removes parameter descriptions

editing command query removes parameter descriptions

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I have a report where if I edit the command and save it the parameter values and descriptions get removed; even if I do not edit them at all. I am using XI.5. it would not be a big deal but there are 19 to fill in each time I edit the report. it sucks! I have not noticed this before.

RE: editing command query removes parameter descriptions

OP worked on this with me as a consult. We found that a parameter name was mismatched between the command and the report.

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