You can redefine label's style using a text object with the following HTML:
It depends on the way you run your report. If you run your report from a dashboard (no matter which type of prompt you use), my solution works for you. If you start this report directly from a catalog, it won't work.
For the case of a dashboard.
- Create a report as usual with a report prompt.
- Put it to a dashboard page.
- Add to any place of this page a Text object (it is in the top left corner of dashboard editing interface).
- Write into this text object the code from my previous message and turn on "Contains HTML Markup" property.
Thank Andrei for your tips.
You re correct in that I am trying to start the report from the catalog and wish to remove it from there and NOT from the dashboard prompt.
Is there any way to do so? Or Am I stuck with the labels forever?
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Well, in this case, I can offer you two options.
You can change this style definition at the system level. It means that all of your prompts won't show this operation label. But in my opinion, that's a too complicated solution for a small problem. Though that could be your intention, of course. If you are OK with this, read about Custom styles and skins (not sure if it works in 12c).
The other way is to slightly alter the requirements. Instead of getting rid of this label, you can just aim to make the prompt more neat. Like this:
How to do: