How to fetch the query by a report

Post Author: gionnyDeep
CA Forum: Data Connectivity and SQL
How to fetch the query by  a report.I need to manipulate it and pass it again to the report.
Any idea?

Post Author: gionnyDeep
CA Forum: Data Connectivity and SQL
I just need to get the query of a report.
You know that a report is buld up on a sql query.I just want to know how to get that query starting by  a java ReportClientDocument.
And I found reportClientDoc.getDatabaseController().getDatabase() to fetch DataBase object .After that I do not know the exact sequence of methods for fetch the query
Sorry for my english

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