With 2007, an Excel sheet could have two pivottables, and it was possible to link a PPS filter to both of those pivottables.
With 2010 it appears that you can only link a PPS filter to ONE pivottable. Can someone confirm this?
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Have an Excel services PivotTable in a PPS 2010 dashboard. When the user selects the "Export to Excel" option they receive this error.
I do not see any options in the webpart to show the old toolbar that used to show up in the Excel Services views. (It had an option to open the pivottable in Excel or export a "snapshot" to Excel)
How do users export Excel Services reports to Excel?
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I have a main report that calls some reports. When I click on some cells I can navigate to a specific drill-down report passing some parameters. I haven't used the SubReport control (I don't want to embed the drill down reports in the main one).
Well, when I export to Excel format the main report and save it on the file system, in the Excel for the cell to navigate to drill-down reports it is written the Report Server address, but it is very preferable to have the local path of the drill-down reports
exported and saved.
Is it to modify these links? Any suggests to solve this issue, please? Thanks
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Hi! I want to display a crystal report in my vb.net application. Suppose I have tables named student details, student
marks, student address, etc... Now
if I want to display all these details (fields of all tables)
in one crystal report (with page breaks if necessary) then how will I
achieve it. I will be providing a combo box in my application that contains list of student names.
How can I link this combo box with the cystal report to
dynamically display report for different student on selected index
change of combo box? Help me friends. An example would be appreciable.
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