thanks for the answer.
Almost: in that article you need to set your prompts to aim all dashboard pages, but in my case, i need to aim only the page where the prompt is used.
Just a question: why should i remove the prompt? Can i just filter my data with the page prompt, and then print the pdf document?
I guess you need to read, understand and then adapt the solution of the link posted by Robert.
That blog post cover a very specific need which is linked to printing in PDF without seeing the prompts in the PDF. You don't have that need, you just want to print.
So based on the blog posts you can see how they managed to print in PDF without using the default menu entry in OBIEE, just take that part of the solution without paying attention to the prompts.
Sorry, not had the need to try it for myself, I would follow @Gianni's advice of digest, contemplate, adapt - good advice for life in general perhaps...
Gianni Ceresa yes, i thought about is (similar at macro registrator in excel), but i don't know java or html code.
i adapt the code to my solutions and it works, thanks a lot!
Just a few things (maybe i should open another discussion?): the text of the button appears in my pdf page (as part of a section), do you know how to modify the code in order to don't print the button text?
If not, it doesn't matter, i can mask it as a title of the report page.
Thanks for the help!
That's why the blog posts was using a hidden page without the prompts
The print will include everything you have in the page, so if the button is in the page, it will be printed out.
I will do something about it.
Last question that i forgot in the preview answer: how can i hide the section borders from the pdf print? I use OBIEE 18.104.22.168.160419
Try your best with the sections properties, but I wouldn't be surprised if, in the end, the border are always there in the PDF. The PDF printer is a bit weird on some aspects, it doesn't always translate 100% exactly what you have in the page. Maybe also worth to search MOS to see if it isn't the "normal" behaviour (and maybe there is either a patch or a workaround there).
You could even try setting the borders to be white, downside is that you will see them on the webpage as white, but if the printer works fine you will have white borders on a white background PDF = invisible ...
As you thought... i still see the borders.
Thanks for the help