Are the two link from the same column?
If they are two different report columns, You can re-use the primary key for different report column by give them different alias.
select empno edit,
No,, The record Edit link to the form is on the Primary key field itself. And there is a pencil edit image showing there. And on some other column there is a link to other reports .
For certain users I hide the edit button using Authorization scheme. In that case the link on other columns will not work .
Have you tried LA County APEX's suggestion?
If you hide, the "EDIT" column, you still have the "VIEW" column(s)
select empno edit, -- link goes to EDIT forum empno view_1, -- link goes to "View Details Page 1" empno view_2, -- link goes to "View Details Page 2" .... from employees
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I solved the issue . I used the edit link on the dummy column instead of primary key and made primary key column as a hidden column, So I can still use the Primary key for link reference even if the edit link is restricted by authorization scheme
Select Dept_id, (before this was my edit link column)
'Edit' "Edit", (Link to edit form using Dept Id as the parameter passing) -- Dummy column
Employes(link to Dept Emp detail Using Dept Id as the parameter passing)
Thanks anyway for the suggestions
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