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Dynamic parameter populated from command file query issue

Dynamic parameter populated from command file query issue

Dynamic parameter populated from command file query issue

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Hello all.

CRYSTAL REPORTS 2016 Support Pack 7 Patch 5 v 14.2.7.3248

Just ran into something very strange. I have a dynamic parameter that is populated from the command file query for the report. The parameter is a multi-select list of employees. There are a couple employees that are in the output of the command file query but do not appear in the dynamic parameter drop down. Anyone see this before?

All comments and feedback appreciated.

LME

RE: Dynamic parameter populated from command file query issue

Yes, I believe there is a limit of 1000 values. If this is a multi-value cascading dynamic parameter, I think it has to take into account the potential values returned by any potential selection (if I’m remembering correctly—I have nothing here to test this on).

-LB

RE: Dynamic parameter populated from command file query issue

There is a limit of 1000, but there is a workaround by modifying a value in the registry.

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