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Is there a way to navigate to and run a saved search that will not display the search string?

wegscd
Contributor

I'm trying to do a quick-and-dirty app that just has navigation to some saved searches.

Is there a way to make a link to a saved search that, when clicked, will run the saved search, but not display the search string text? In other words, make a link that will run the saved search the same way as if it were picked from the "Reports" menu?

I suspect view= is the ticket, but I can't figure the correct view name out (or I could be totally wrong here)

I could do custom views, but I'm hoping for a quick-n-dirty way to save searches and provide navigation to them while hiding as much of the ad-hoc stuff as possible.

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wegscd
Contributor

found it in experiments. the view name would be "report":

<saved view="report" ...

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wegscd
Contributor

found it in experiments. the view name would be "report":

<saved view="report" ...

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pradeepkumarg
Influencer

You can run a saved search like this, if you dont want to show the contents of the search

| savedsearch your_saved_search_name

Does that help for your use case?

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wegscd
Contributor

I don't know how to integrate this into my navigation's default.xml.

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