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Report manager multiselect check boxes reset when report is run

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 14, 2011    Points: 0   Category :

I have a report with a multi-select checkbox list in report manager.  When I choose 4-5 items and click the 'View Report' button (this is MSRS 2005) the page flashes and all the checkboxes are blanked out and no report loads.

If I just do this over an over it sometimes works.

On a bad day I try this 9 unsuccessful times for every one successful time.  The choices selected are always the same.

This is annoying and frustrating.




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