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If your report has parameters, under Step 3: Set up the Values Mapped to Report Parameters there are three choices for parameter mapping:

Parameter Mapping Op Enter a value

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Description

This option will allow you to save a static value for the report parameter. This is typically used when setting up multiple copies of the same report for different users/classes.

Map to field on a window

This option will let you assign a field on the window whose value will be passed to the report as the parameter. This is the most commonly used option when setting up Report Shortcuts.

Map to Report Maintenance default value

This is the default option and will use the Parameter Default Value entered for the parameter on the Report Maintenance window. The Global parameter options can be useful for this to make the default values ‘dynamic’. For example, you can set up the default values for date range parameters to be from the beginning of the month to the end of the month and the report will always print for the month of the Dynamics GP user date at the time it is printed. Please refer to the Global Parameter Lookup section for more details on setting up Global parameters.

  • a.

    To change the parameter mapping, select the parameter name and click the Edit Parameter Mapping button.

  • b.

    To enter a static value select Enter a value from the dropdown and type in a value. Click Save.

  • c.

    To map to a field on a window, select Map to field on a window from the dropdown.

d.

Click on the lookup for Field, choose a field to map to and click Select.

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