In the query reports designer. Open up the query and add/remove the columns you want in pretty much the first page that you come across
That makes sense dms. I do get that I have that capability when I am creating or editing a query I can actually find. My issue is I cannot seem to determine what query is being used when clicking on the results of another query.
I create a query that shows me all incidents created for the last 6 months grouped by priority level. I show that query as a pie chart. Let's say one of the groupings is priority 2. When I click the priority 2 groupings it then shows me a list of all incidents that are priority 2 for the last 6 months. In the new results page listing all of the incidents there are columns. I want to be able to edit what columns are showing there.
How do i determine what query is being used for the second results so that I can go edit that?
I'm afraid you cannot vary what is displayed in that way. A crystal report could do that if needed