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How to pass multiple values from picklist prompt to sub repo
« on: April 02, 2009, 05:41:44 AM »
How to pass multiple values from picklist prompt to sub report filter

The sub-report only includes the first value.
"When the sub-report query runs, it checks for the first row in the Customer Name column and shows only information for that customer. If you want a sub-report to show information for another row in the column, place the main report in a form frame that shows only one row at a time. When you insert the sub-report into the form frame as well, it changes as you click through the rows in the main report. For example, the main and sub-report above are both in a form frame that shows only one row of the Customer Name column at a time. Each time you scroll to another customer name, the sub-report shows only information for that customer."

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How to pass multiple values from picklist prompt to sub repo
« on: April 02, 2009, 05:41:44 AM »

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