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Hyperlinks in publication

We are creating publications in our BI4.0 SP4 Patch12 environment to be used as an efficient method of report bursting. We have a front end portal page where we want to put hyperlink to publications. Is it possible to do so and open the latest instance of the publications straight away?

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  • Posted on May 29, 2013 at 03:19 PM

    Alok,

    If you using the Publication to send unique copies to the users InBox then the hyperlink will take them directly to that instance. If you are sending the document to the Corporate Folder, the link that us sent at the time of Publication will take them to that instance.

    If you are using the OpenDoc code to create link manually then in the properties of of your OpenDoc you can configure the code to go to the latest instance for that Corporate Document.

    What workflow are using for the hyperlink ?

    Regards,

    Ajay

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    • Former Member Ajay Gupta

      The CUID does open up the window so it is correct. But i guess the caveat is to get to that latest hyperlink knowing that the instance would be different everytime we schedule the publications.

      Manual hyperlink is not something which i have tried will see how i can get to it.

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