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did the trick, but some user may not want to coding in their .fex. Therefore, is there a way to set limitation and force only certain amount of records can be retrieve? or better if to have this limitation setting apply for certain user as well?
*User mention is the one on WebFOCUS user.This message has been edited. Last edited by: nox,
I read up about DBA, but what I understand in DBA section can set limitation base on a field or column value to print the result, but what I looking for is more like set only MAX of 1,000 records can be retrieve without base on any column. Or is it there a way can be done in DBA section? if yes, then please provide some coding or where I should look into?