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We are migrating from 4.36 to 5.25. In 4.36 MRE, the users can launch reports by double clicking on the report. In 5.25 the double click is ignored, and they are forced to right click and choose "run". Is there a way to re-associate double click with "Run"?
 
Posts: 26 | Location: Mercy College | Registered: May 06, 2003Report This Post
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Tom,
This issue is fixed in the upcoming 526 service pack. Double click will once again run objects (FEX) that the user does not have authority to open/edit. If the user double clicks on an object (FEX) that they have authority to edit (their My Report or Custom Report) it will open in the appropriate tool.
Regarding 526 availability,as I anticipate that to be your next question, it is in the process of being finalized (last set of fixes and QA). Expected availability to customers is on or about the end of this month (June 2004).
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Susan Trommer
Directory WebFOCUS Product Management Operations
 
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