If you inspect the apply button you will see it's calling gReport.reset()
And there are a bunch of examples using this gReport object both for resetting the report and other IR functions.
The problem? This is not documented, and with APEX 5 supporting multiple IRs, this will no longer work. In your console, if you enter gReport, you will see that object no longer exists.
The other technique you can use is the clear cache portion of the URL. According to the docs:
To reset an interactive report in a link, use the string "RIR" in the Clear-Cache section of a URL. This is equivalent to the end user choosing the Reset option from the interactive report actions menu on the target page. The report is returned to the default report settings specified by the developer or saved by the user.
Just testing this on a 4.2 instance, this this only resets the PRIMARY report, and takes you back to the PRIMARY report i.e. any filters added on saved reports will remain. The reset button in the actions menu on the other hand just clears the filters added on the saved report, and you remain on that saved report.
So, the best way to programatically reset an IR?
First, I suggest giving your IR a region static ID so you can easily query the apex dictionary.
Then if we look at the APEX_IR API, we can see it has the procedure (2) RESET_REPORT, which accepts 3 parameters - page id, region_id and report_id. It is acceptable to pass in NULL to p_report_id, and it will just use the last viewed report for that region - otherwise, you'd need to make use of APEX_IR.GET_LAST_VIEWED_REPORT_ID.
Then, we can have a dynamic action with 2 true actions: Execute PL/SQL code and Refresh region, with the PL/SQL code looking something like this:
declare l_region_id apex_application_page_regions.region_id%type; begin select region_id into l_region_id from apex_application_page_regions where application_id = :APP_ID and page_id = :APP_PAGE_ID and static_id = 'region-static-id';--update this accordingly apex_ir.reset_report( p_page_id => :APP_PAGE_ID , p_region_id => l_region_id , p_report_id => NULL ); end;
This re-iterates the importance of only using documented functions.