call a parameterized prpt from xaction


Problem Statement :

Does xaction allows me to pass a parameter from front end, just how my prpt does? Yes xaction allows you to pass a parameter to prpt , in addition to this , xaction support beautification(Java script) , hints, notification dialogue box for end-users.

Scope of this Article:

This article covers steps to pass parameters from xaction to pentaho report

Prerequisite:

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Technology:

Pentaho Design Studio 4.0 (EE, CE)

UseCase :-

Consider our report has dateStart as parameter and we  need to pass the value to prpt by xaction

Details:

    • My  prpt has dateStart as parameter . so , Add dateStart as input with default value , fill process input details as specified in the below screen shot

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    • Under process action tab, Add dateStart   in  prompt filter (output type ) as shown in the screen shot , prompt style would be “Text Box”

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    • Add dateStart  as input parameter at pentaho report step . ( Please Click to call a prpt report from xaction )

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    •  Save , refresh puc and execute xaction., you can find the following snap shot in the browser .You can find data start ,here  for my test I am passing  ‘2004-10-14’ , I got all the records of which are ordered on ‘2004-10-04’

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Summary:

This article helps you to understand in detail ,how to pass parameter to prpt reports through xaction .

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Reference:

http://wiki.bizcubed.com.au/xwiki/bin/view/Pentaho+Tutorial/How+to+reference+prpt+from+xaction

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