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I have a HTML page (built with the composer) with three iframes. By starting report_1 is loaded in iframe1. Is it possible from report_1 thru drilldown (not a multi) to start report_2 in iframe2 and at the same time report_3 in iframe3. How should that be done?This message has been edited. Last edited by: Kerry,
Using FOCEXEC along with TARGET command will allow only one drill report.
iframe_2.src="www.google.com"; /*you need to direct this to WF procedure
iframe_3.src="www.yahoo.com"; /*you need to direct this to WF procedure
If you do not really need a site composed of 3 iframes, you could also try creating 2 pages each with two iframes. The first page contains report1 in frame1 and drilldown-page (page 2) in frame2. You can drilldown to an HTML page from report1 as well. This 2nd page may contain your 2 drill-down target reports and will also forward the necessary variables to reports 2 & 3. Nevertheless there is one limitation (AFAIK): there seems to be a bug with passing on multi selection variables to a HTML page (only the first variable will be read by the page - noticed in 7.6.10, still there in 18.104.22.168) - a case is opened for this one with IBI but I was told that this is not regarded an error - for some reason whatsoever.
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