**How to call a report from a form by passing a specfic value?????

Hi Expert,
I want to call a report from a form.My problem scenario like, a user is login to his account and there is a option called ADMIT CARD(Push Button).Now when he pressed the button a report will generate.I want that when he pressed the button the user id of the user will passed to the report and the report will generate corresponding to his details which was stored in the database.This scenario is like any online admit card.
Suppose I want a details report of employee whose employee_id=100.How could I pass this value(employee id) to report which will generate a report details.
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Thanks for replying.
Actually I am a beginner.I think that I have to use RUN_REPORT_OBJECT built-in.But I cannot understand the parameterlist.Can u plz give me any example or code then I am very thankful.
Suppose I want a details report of employee whose employee_id=100.How could I pass this value(employee id) to report which will generate a report details.

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