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Oracle® Fusion Middleware User's Guide for Oracle Business Intelligence Discoverer Plus
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

Part Number B40105-02
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Edit Parameter Values dialog

Use this dialog to enter values for active worksheet parameters, which typically:

If you are printing a worksheet, you enter parameter values to limit or refine the data that you print.

This dialog is also displayed as:
Export Wizard dialog: Parameters page
Print Wizard dialog: Parameters page
Schedule Wizard dialog: Parameter Values page
Copy Scheduled Workbook dialog: Parameter Values tab
Edit Scheduled Workbook dialog: Parameter Values tab

For more information, see:

"What are parameters?"

"About using parameters"

Select values for the following parameters:

<Parameter list>

This area contains one or more fields into which you enter parameter values. Each field has a prompt (typically an instruction or question) telling you what value to enter. For example, if the prompt is 'Please choose a month', enter 'January' to analyze performance figures for January.

Mandatory parameters are indicated with an asterisk (*).

If a flashlight button is displayed next to a parameter field, click this button to display the "Select Value dialog", which enables you to search for and select the values you want to use. For more information, see "Using lists of values (LOVs)".

Use the <Index and Value> drop down list (where available) to display default parameter values with indexes (for example, (010) January, (011) February) or without indexes (for example, January, February). For more information about using the <Index and Value> drop down list, see the "Edit Parameter Values dialog" and "About using indexes and values in parameters").

Note: You determine whether the <Index and Value> drop down list is displayed here, by using the Enable users to select either indexes or values check box in the "Edit Parameter dialog".

(optional) Next

This button enables you to display the next step in the Print Wizard, which is displayed when you print a workbook with more than worksheet with an active parameter. The Print Wizard enables you to specify parameter values for active parameters in a workbook. For example, if you print a workbook with three worksheets that have active parameters, the Print Wizard has three steps, one step for each worksheet.