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Running a report in DEFERRED mode

Running a report in DEFERRED mode

Running a report in DEFERRED mode

(OP)
I have a calling fex which is a parameter page that contains some HTML code for the user to select the parameters.  

This fex calls the report fex, but the called fex needs to be run in DEFERRED mode.  What is the syntax for that?

I currently use this syntax:

document.runform.IBIF_ex.value = "reportfex2";

Thanks,

Leo   

RE: Running a report in DEFERRED mode

IBIMR_defer=defer

RE: Running a report in DEFERRED mode

(OP)
Where does that line of code go?

Thanks,

Leo   

RE: Running a report in DEFERRED mode

That's a parameter that gets sent to the WebFOCUS servlet.  You also must be calling MRE for it to work.  The parameter name must be IBIMR_defer and the value is only defer to run deferred.  I usually make it a check box on an HTML page.

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