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Joël_k
Fluorite | Level 6

I want to create a link to a certain section of my VA report with some parameters allready in place.

 

Passing the parameters is described here

http://support.sas.com/documentation/cdl/en/vaug/68648/HTML/default/viewer.htm#p12ka7e26e9sz3n16utqd...

and here https://blogs.sas.com/content/sgf/2015/09/16/accessing-va-reports-with-parameterized-urls/

 

I managed to link to the report using the described format:

 

https://SERVER/SASVisualAnalyticsViewer/VisualAnalyticsViewer.jsp?reportName=NAME&reportPath=PATH&PARAMETER1=VALUE1&PARAMETER2=VALUE2

 

but i cannot link to a specific Section. Adding &section=viXXX does not work. I always end up at the first section.

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Joël_k
Fluorite | Level 6

To help others out: you have to use the tag &_vaSectionName=viXXX instead at the end of the url.

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Joël_k
Fluorite | Level 6

To help others out: you have to use the tag &_vaSectionName=viXXX instead at the end of the url.

Espar
Calcite | Level 5

Using the tag &_vaSectionName=viXXX didn´t work to me, any other suggestion? 

Joël_k
Fluorite | Level 6
Did you build up your link as described in the blogpost I mentioned?
Espar
Calcite | Level 5
I tried something like this but i didnt manage to make it work

https://SERVER/SASVisualAnalyticsViewer/VisualAnalyticsViewer.jsp?reportName=NAME&reportPath=PATH&PARAMETER1=VALUE1&PARAMETER2=VALUE2&_vaSectionName=SECTIONNAME
Joël_k
Fluorite | Level 6
Does it go to the wrong section or doesn't it work at all?

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