Can we use different resultset in our Report. Like if we have written two select statement in our SP, how can we use the different result set to bind them in our Report.
Thanks in advance.
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I have a stored proc that returns 4 resultsets, they are in the format.
ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[pGetManagerEmployeeSummaryDummy] @ManagerStaffID int, @PeriodID intASSET NOCOUNT ON;SET TRANSACTION ISOLATION LEVEL READ UNCOMMITTED;IF EXISTS (select 1 from dbo.temployee e inner join dbo.temployeedetail ed on e.staffindividualid = ed.staffindividualid and ed.periodid = @PeriodID inner join Incentive.tRole r on rm.IncentiveRoleID = r.RoleID where ed.ManagerIndividualStaffID = @ManagerStaffID AND r.RoleID = 1) --CloserBEGIN SELECT e.StaffIndividualID, e.LastName, e.FirstName, r.RoleName, e.xname, e.yname
from dbo.temployee e
inner join dbo.temployeedetail ed on e.staffindividualid = ed.staffindividualid and ed.periodid = @PeriodID
where ed.ManagerIndividualStaffID = @ManagerStaffID a
I am new to SSRS. I have to create a report from a Stored Proc. Thi Stored Proc excepts just one parameter 'ErecNo'. This parameter is passed to fetch the columns from table1. This result set contains OrderID. The OrderId is further passes to 5 SP's in to
fetch 5 more result sets. Output of the main stored proc contains 6 result sets.
Now I have to create a report using this SP to show all the Result sets in a Single report. But When I pass the Parameter in SP in SSRS. It ends up showing just one result set with Order ID.
Can you please guide me how can I show all the result set in a Single report?
I understand that the below fragment will return a separate 1-row results set for each successful loop (also unnecessarily repeating the column header each time). How can I alter my procedure so that each value returned by the loop is appended
underneath the previous value as multiple rows of a single results set? Do I have to store each return value in a temp table or someother storage object? It would be nice to just be able to spit them out row by row as each loop returned. Possible? Easy? Hard?
I really appreciate the help I've received here so far.
DECLARE techCursor CURSOR
FETCH NEXT FROM techCursor INTO @techNumLoop;
WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0
EXECUTE pr_FindExpenses4Tech @techNumLoop, @itemCount OUTPUT
SELECT @itemCount Item_Count
I experienced an issue with Sharepoint Foundation 2010. (Server 2008 and Sharepoint Foundation 2010 64bit)
When I use multiple Reportviewer Web parts on one page, the rendering (and most likely the Query itself) is not executed in parallel, i.e. every
web part waits for its predecessor to finish.
I made two screenshots to show the difference in behavior (both are on the exact same hardware)
Sharepoint 2010 (Total execution Time 32 sec) :
I have 3 tables I need to join: Voucher, Voucher_Detail, and Place
Voucher is related to Voucher_Detail by column voucher_run_id
Voucher has no relationship to Place
Voucher_Detail is related to Place by column place_id
I have solved the one to many relationship problem I was having between Voucher and Voucher_Detail by adding a New Named
Query called LeftOuterJoin.
In my DSV, the Voucher table links to the LeftOuterJoin which links to the Voucher_Detail which links to the Place
When I go into Report Builder, as soon as I select Voucher_Detail ( which is the table that has the most columns I need in the report),
the Voucher table disappears from view.
Not sure what I have missed. Obviously I need access to all 3 tables' data.
NOTE: The strange part (as mentioned in title) will come in the end.
I am running a SSRS 2008 report which fetches 3 million records from a remote server. After around 1 hour the report processing stops and I see an error icon on the lft bottom of the browser window. When I click on that to see the error details it shows
some PageRequestManagerSQLErrorException with an unknown error message with code 12029 (sometimes 12002).
When I see the reportserver logs there is an error message logged in it which says "Microsoft.ReportingServices.Library.ReportServerDatabaseUnavailableException: The report server cannot open a connection to the report server database. A connection to the
database is required for all requests and processing. ---> Microsoft.ReportingServices.Library.ReportServerDatabaseUnavailableException: The report server cannot open a connection to the report server database. A connection to the database is required for
all requests and processing. ---> System.InvalidOperationException: Timeout expired. The timeout period elapsed prior to obtaining a connection from the pool. This may have occurred because all pooled connections were in use and max pool size
The <DatabaseQueryTimeOut> value in the report server configuration file is already having a value set to 7200 seconds(2 hours).<
Is there a way to row two and three of the result set be returned so that the
Select Distinct A as TotalUniqueTranTypeT, B as TotalUniqueTranTypeO, C as Week from
SELECT COUNT(DISTINCT EmailTracking.EmailAddress) AS B, 0 as A, DATEPART(Week, EmailTrackingDetail.TranDate) AS C
FROM EmailTrackingDetail INNER JOIN
EmailTracking ON EmailTrackingDetail.EmailTrackingRecordID = EmailTracking.RecordID
WHERE (EmailTrackingDetail.TranType = 'O')
GROUP BY DATEPART(Week, EmailTrackingDetail.TranDate)
SELECT 0 AS B, COUNT(DISTINCT EmailTracking.EmailAddress) AS A, DATEPART(Week, EmailTrackingDetail.TranDate) AS C
FROM EmailTrackingDetail INNER JOIN
I want to create report from multiple list in sharepoint 2010. In general Sql Server Business Intelligence,allow create report from 1 list.
how i can create report from multiple list with Sql Server Business Intelligence?
I have an application where the users can define up to 5 extra fields for a particular table (e.g. tblMaster). The custom data is all held in one table (e.g. tblCustom) so there could be up to 5 records in tblCustom for each tblMaster record. In my application
I build a select statement based on the number of custom fields so that I can get a single row of data for each tblMaster record (sample below). I am now adding new features to the application and I want to expose an SQL View to the users for a report writer
that will achieve the same result but still cater for the variable number of custom fields. I realise this needs to use probably a RIGHT OUTER JOIN so that NULL is returned if there is no matching field but I can't work it out. If I had five separate
files it would be easy as each one would be a RIGHT OUTER JOIN for each. I could build 6 views (e.g. with no custom fields, with one custom field, with two custom fields etc) but that is not very efficient. I don't particulaly want to restructure the
database as there would be a lot of work and retesting.
Any help would be very welcome!
SELECT tblProcess.ProcessNumber, tblProcess.Process, tblProcess.Risk, tblProcess.MRR, tblProcess.Version, tblProcess.LastChange, tblProcess.SecurityLevel,