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Default simulating click event


i am trying to use a report that will simulate a click event. Eg. The report displays a list of users. I then display a message to click here to update their status. Originally this was a supreport in crystal. I want to do this in RS by calling an assembly that executes another sproc, i have already written. I have no problems writting the code to execute the assembly etc....i just want to be able to call it when they click something - it generally just runs as soon as the report is generated.

Is it possible to do this.



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