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Broadcast an Online link to the data.

hi gurus,

When In Broadcaster, While creating a new setting, say I choose "Online link to the current data", and I send it to the user (I do not schedule it).

Now the user would immediately receive the link to the current data, And tonight there are certain process chain that load data into the infoprovider to which this query is linked.

Here is my question, Say the user clicks on this link tomorrow, what would the user see, (Assuming that the data has successfully been loaded), will he see the new data as well, or will he see the same old data, since the link is the same one.

If he sees the new data, is there a way by which, I can broadcast the user a link with the help of which he can see the old data. any help would be really appreciated.

Regards,

Sree

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    Posted on Mar 16, 2009 at 10:00 AM

    Hi,

    Are you sending WAD report to the users ? If you select Current data , query executed when ever user select that link as per current date(fresh data). In this case report get slowly.

    If you select precalculated data,for that you need to schedule that in background . but here user see the old data(not upto date).In this case report comes immediately.

    Regards

    Pcrao.

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    Posted on Mar 17, 2009 at 09:19 PM

    Choose Output format as "MHTML" format and check your data. You can save as a zip file - MHTML. It will have your old data.

    If user wants to see the current data you can insert " PR_ONLINE_LINK" Text variable intot the Text.

    So now user can have current and historic data.

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