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RE: Back to Main Report

RE: Back to Main Report

RE: Back to Main Report


I have a main report that uses a multi parameter value. Once the values are chosen the report comes up great and is grouped by the values chosen. This report also has a button that when clicked brings up another report just for the values choses in that group. from the second report I would like to have a button that navigates back to the main report showing the original parameter values chosen not just the value in that group. below is an example.

Main report: Second Report:
Parameter Value

Button for Report bases on Value3 (This report pops up just for Value3. This is correct) Now I need to be able to navigate back to my main report showing Value1,Value2,Value3 by clicking a button. When I click the button to go back to my report It only shows Value3 and Info and not the original report values.
Report Detail:
Value1 Field1 Field2
Value2 Info Info
Value3 INfo Info

Thanks for your help!

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