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web documents are not getting refreshed

web documents are not getting refreshed

web documents are not getting refreshed

My reports work fine when run from web. But, on executing a document, I get an old version of the embedded report.
Tried options like deleting the document and recreating, restarting IIS, selecting the 'run against warehouse' option on web..but, still this is happening.
Any clues as to what needs to be done?
Where does the Intelligence Server pick up the old stuff from? How do I purge this cache?

RE: web documents are not getting refreshed

I guess may be Server is pulling the document from the temporary folder. That's why it is showing the older version. Try deleting all the files from the temporary folders and then try. May be this will work.


RE: web documents are not getting refreshed

The problem happened to be not of refresh..actually, the data coming up in the prompts was very different than the data coming up in prompt of the same web report. What is happening is that it is a nested filter and this does'nt seem to be working in documents !
Also, features like page by are not working in documents. Is there any way to enable these features in documents?

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