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Reports Reference

Reports Reference

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Description BACKGROUND specifies whether the report should be run in the background. When
BACKGROUND is YES, another process is spawned. This option is useful when you want to work on
something else in the foreground while the report runs. On Windows, specifying BACKGROUND=YES

means that the report will go into the Reports Background Engine’s queue.

Syntax

[BACKGROUND=]{YES|NO}

Values

YES or NO

Default

NO

Usage Notes

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On Windows, you can use RWRBE60 to submit a report to the Reports Background Engine
for execution. This is a more efficient method because it incurs less performance overhead
than Reports Runtime. The command line arguments for RWRBE60 are the same as the ones
for RWRUN60.

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On the command line, BACKGROUND=YES is not supported for BATCH=YES,
DESTYPE=SCREEN or PREVIEW, or RWBLD60. If you are using SRW.RUN_REPORT,
though, BACKGROUND=YES with BATCH=YES is supported.

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If you run a report from Reports Runtime (i.e., not the command line or
SRW.RUN_REPORT), you should commit database changes you make in the Before Form,
After Form, and Validation triggers before the report runs. When running in this way, these
triggers will share the parent process’ database connection. When the report is actually
executed, however, it will establish its own database connection.

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