I have a balanced scorecard created in Report Builder 3.0. It has four dimensions and I´m able to drill down on them to be able to see more specific targets. Some of the targets are in turn connected to a drillthrough report. This scorecard is deployed
to Sharepoint 2007 and have worked fine (as far as I know) for the last 3-4 months.
Yesterday, SQL Server 2008 R2 was upgraded from beta Enterprise version to the "real" version - Standard edition. Report Server and all other reports seem to be working just as they did before, but the mentioned scorecard seem to have som sort of bug
problem. Initially, in collapsed mode, it looks alright. Once I start drilling down and expanding the different dimensions some weird problems emerge.
For example, sometimes when I expand all four dimensions the indicators (showing red, yellow or green) and trend arrows dissappear on the dimension and target level in the bottom of the scorecard. Sometimes, the indicators and arrows show up on the
wrong "level", e.g. a dimension gets a red indicator (and white background, as the lower level targets have. The dimension rows have blue background) that should be shown on the target (i.e. lower) level. When I start collapsing again, it sometimes starts
looking good again. The problems all seem to originate from the indicators and trend arrows that are i
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