Public Sub PrintReport()

   Dim REService As REServices

   Set REService = New REServices

   REService.Init REApplication.SessionContext

   

   Dim oReportIns As IBBReportInstances

   Set oReportIns = REService.CreateServiceObject(bbsoReportInstances)

   oReportIns.Init REApplication.SessionContext, ReR_GiftDetailandSummaryReport

   

   Dim oReport As IBBReportInstance

   

   For Each oReport In oReportIns



      'Look for a Gift Detail report called TestReport

      If oReport.Property(ReR_Property_Name) = "TestReport" Then

          oReport.Process (ReR_ProcessOption_Preview)

          oReport.Process ReR_ProcessOption_Print



      End If

      oReport.CloseDown

   Next oReport

   

   'Clean up

   Set oReport = Nothing

   

   Set oReportIns = Nothing

   

   REService.CloseDown

   Set REService = Nothing



End Sub

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