How can I determine that my request is
The wait page displays the current status
of a submitted request. When a report has finished executing and the results
have been retrieved, the wait page is automatically replaced by the report
results page. Because the execution cycle is asynchronous, you do not have to
wait for a report results page to return before initiating other actions. If you
have added your report to the History List and you want to see if your request
is complete, you can go to the History List and refresh it to see if your report
is ready for viewing.
What purpose does the Add to my History List
If the administrator has decided that the user must save reports or HTML documents to the History List manually, the Add to my History List button appears on the wait page. If you click this button, the report or HTML document is added to the History List. The next time the wait page for this HTML document or report is refreshed or displayed, the Add to my History List button is changed to Go to my History List, since the report or HTML document is already in the History List and cannot be added twice.
Note: Depending on your user privileges, you may not be able to view the History List or to execute reports asynchronously.