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SAP BI crystal reports view using URL method

Hello

I have set the URL method for my crystal report and with parameter passing as shown below, it was displaying the crystal report viewer by connecting to the SAP BI 4.0 server with this method.

http://cr:port/businessobjects/enterprise115/desktoplaunch/opendoc/openDocument.jsp?sDocName=CRLabelParam&sType=rpt&lsSnPrinted=0&lsSsTestProjectNr=1

This URL will be called from Web application by different users, i would like to set the printer settings differently for different users for this crystal report viewer how shall i need to set the printer options?

shall i need to set the printer settings programatically for each user. Please advise me how do i need to proceed.

Thanks & Regards,

Rajeswari.

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2013 at 03:08 PM

    What version of Crystal Reports are you using?

    Are you writing the application?

    If so what SDK are you using?

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    • Install the printers on both the BOE Server and the work stations.

      Save the report against the printer to be used, if different than when Designed there is no way to do this without user interaction. If the reports are always going to be printed using the same printer as when designed then the user needs to install the printer locally also.

      Now when prining the reports should simply use the defaults saved in the Report file.

      And as Dell indicated, there is no control through URL reporting for printer info.

      Don

  • Posted on Jan 06, 2014 at 04:23 PM

    Looking at the OpenDocument documentation, there is no way to set the printer settings when viewing reports through this type of URL.

    -Dell

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