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Try the below steps: 1) If you are sure that IBIWF_language would store the language selected by MRE-User then, by running this command: -TYPE &IBIWF_language must display the content of the variable: IBIWF_language. If it is displaying the language value then it means you can set the same language in your report by adding the below command: SET LANG = &IBIWF_language
2) If this (-TYPE &IBIWF_language) command in your report is not returning any value then, first try to capture the language selected by MRE user into one variable say -SET &USER_LANG='';. Next, you can use the same variable in your calling report setting the below command in your report: -SET LANG = &USER_LANG;
Version: WebFOCUS 7.6.6 O.S. WebFOCUS is mounted on Unix Output Report: HTML, Excel, CSV, PDF and TXT