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Add a report to a document

I followed the tutorial and was successful in adding additional tabs to the report, but when I change the prompts for one report it is changing all reports.

I am wanting one report with multiple tabs at the bottom with different criteria/prompts selected for each report/tab.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 04:28 PM

    Prompts work on top of the queries at run time so its not a tab specific thing and it pops of at the time when the queries are refreshed which is normally for the entire report...

    If you want any type of user selection for a report tab and not on report then its better to use input control which filtered data on a specific tab its defined on..

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  • Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 08:40 PM

    By default, Report 1 is based on Query 1...

    QueryReportQuery 1Report 1

    What you have by adding just a report is multiple reports all based on Query 1...

    QueryReportQuery 1Report 1Query 1Report 2Query 1...Query 1Report N

    You can achieve what it seems to me you are looking for by adding more queries (or duplicating your existing one) in the Query Panel and then add more report tabs to correspond to those additional queries.

    QueryReportQuery 1Report 1Query 2Report 2......Query NReport N

    Then your prompt responses will only affect the desired query and subsequently the corresponding report.

    Keep in mind that if you have the same prompt text for prompts in multiple queries you will only be prompted once. Also, I don't know for sure what the maximum number of queries or reports is. I thought I had read somewhere that the maximum number of queries is 15, but I am not positive of that.

    Hope this helps,

    Noel

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