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How do your users launch Brio?

How do your users launch Brio?

How do your users launch Brio?

We're using Brio 5.5 and trying to devise a common access for our users to get to the Brio bqys. How are your users launching Brio?

We can execute a .bqy from html. However, if I execute a bqy that's only used for an EIS menu and then click on one of the scripted buttons that does an open bqy, process doc, show & activate section, their is no data that is displayed, only a blank report or pivot from the report bqy. It appears it's getting to the report bqy but not executing the sql to select data. Any ideas? Is there anyway to turn on a trace within a bqy? There's nothing returned in the results section either. If I bypass the EIS and execute the bqy directly from html, the results, pivot and detail are displayed with data. Also, I can sussessfully execute the EIS and use its buttons to navigate between the EIS and various reports by opening the EIS within Brio.

As an alternative, is there a way to launch Brio from Lotus Notes?

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