When closing a window launched from a navigation portal, based on a “Prompt Before Query” report that did not have any filters in place, the system automatically runs the query without any filters and returns all records.
After we reviewed this, it was decided that the Cancel (“X”) button has no state value. So, it shouldn’t refresh any pages. Thus, the “X” button should emulate the browser window’s Close (“X”) button. Moving forward, we fixed an issue with “Prompt Before Query” in the application. Previously, when a user clicked on the “Add” button of any “Prompt Before Query” section and immediately closed the prompted window, the query still got refreshed and ran. So the query results got displayed after the action was called. But now, after clicking on the Close (“X”) button on any form, the calling window will not get refreshed unless other action buttons are clicked, such as “Save”, “Create Draft”, “Activate”, and so on.