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Searching for references to a specific result set in fields on a rpt

Searching for references to a specific result set in fields on a rpt

Searching for references to a specific result set in fields on a rpt

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I have a very complex BRIO report that has many calculated fields on it... I have modified the report to get its data from a different result set and have changed all visible fields to reference that result set.  However, if the old result set is not processed, the report will not display.  I've interpreted this to mean that I still have some reference to the old result set in there somewhere, but I've searched field by field several times with no luck.  Does anyone have suggestions for a better way to go about this?  Thanks!

RE: Searching for references to a specific result set in fields on a rpt

Which verison of Brio are you using ?

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