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E1: RDA: FDA: How To Create a Report Interconnect (Doc ID 626500.1)

Last updated on MAY 17, 2023

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version SP24 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


A JDE report interconnect is a method to launch reports and batch applications using event rules from:

This document provides the basic steps that are involved in creating a report interconnect including defining a report data structure and using event rules to define the report interconnect. It also includes additional information on the use of report interconnect in reports and applications.



This document is intended for the EnterpriseOne developer who will be creating report interconnects.


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In this Document
 1. General Information
 2. Steps to Create the Report Interconnect
 2.1 Define a Data Structure in Called Report
 2.2 Create Event Rules in Called Report to use the report interconnect values passed from the Calling report
 2.3 Define the Report Interconnect to the Called report within the Calling report
 3. Report Interconnect - Asynchronous or Synchronous
 3.1 Called from a Report
 3.2 Called from an Interactive Application
 3.3 Called from a Business Function
 4. How to Use Report Interconnect
 4.1 How to Call a Report Interconnect in a C Business Function
 4.2 How to Define the Server Used for a Child UBE at Runtime
 4.3 How to Call a Report Interconnect without Prompting for the Printer Selection screen in an Interactive Application
 4.4 How to Run Report Interconnect Locally from Interactive Application in a Local Web Client
 4.5 How to Prompt for Values or Data Selection or Data Sequencing for UBE Report Interconnect Launched from Interactive Application
 4.6 How to Specify the Report Version at Runtime in Report Interconnect
 5. Known Issues

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