How to skip line at the empty end points in line graphs. Means when there is no data line should be skipped. Anybody have any idea. Thanks in advance for your help.
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Ok this may be a silly question, but it has me stumped.
Im running vs2010
I have created a rdlc report for invoicing. I have added several subreports which are dependant on client / service etc. This all works fine. However, I now need to add a subreport that displays the payment methods, which is dependant on each client. If we have a direct debit on a client then I include subreport Child_Invoice_DDCollectDetails, which again works fine. What has stumped me is trying to create a subreport Child_Invoice_ManualPayment, which does not contain any datasource. This report is basicly a test report stating our manual methods of payment. How can I create a RDLC report to use as a subreport that does not need any datasource?
This has now been resolved by using using a tablix on the main invoice and hiding / showing through an expression
I created some local reports (RDLC) in ASP.NET 2008. Iwant to print those reports unattended that is i don't
want user interactions.
I googled and found that RSClient ActiveX can help me in achieving this task, but i do't know how to pass parameter
to local report (RDLC) and load that file in RSClient ActiveX control to print the report.
To achieve this i also tried to implement RSClientPrint ActiveX but unable to get it work.
Can anyone please help me ?
hi, i'm a new user of mvc 2, so, i need to use crystal reports on mvc 2, actually, i'm developing on visual studio 2008, but i canÃÂ´t run my reports. it's posible run my reports???
thank you very much.
Having a very wierd problem. I have an application that uses Crystal Reports and it uses what I have found to be a common scenario (I am not a CR expert in any way). I have an ASPX page that gathers options for the report, and then it goes and gets the data and if there is some, a button appears for them to launch the report. On clicking that button, the code sets some values in the HttpResponse.Context area, then performs a Server.Transfer to another ASPX page that is our Report Template. This page contains the CR stuff and it generates a PDF version of the report. It then does the following code:
With HttpContext.Current.Response .ClearContent() .ClearHeaders() .ContentType = "application/pdf" .AddHeader("Content-Disposition", "inline; filename=Report.pdf") .BinaryWrite(s.ToArray) .End() E
I wonder how to add a project template called Intelligence Reports, something like that, to Visual studio 2008. I have SQL 2008 installed. Do I need to install some updates to get Intelligence Reports template to Visual studio 2008 ?
I opened my reports in Business Intelligent Development Studio 2005. I want to edit reports.
I m newbie to these reports. Is it the right way to Open in Business Intelligent Development Studio 2005.
How can I edit the reports after that.? Can anyone help me from beginning.
I my application i have generated dynamic rows that contains some textbox values, i need to take those values and display in
reports. I am storing that dynamically added values in another table. please help me.
I need to develop 3 pages.
On the first page user defines atmost 7 column names to be displayed on the report. I'm saving these names in a Sql DB table 'Columns' with Column_Nm and Column_ID as Table columns.
On the second page I'm retrieving column_Nm from the table and displaying them on the page so that the user enters the data. This data is saved in another table 'Summary' with the Columns column1 through column7.
on the 3rd page I need to show a report of 'Summary' table.
How do I dynamically replace column1 through column7 names with that of 'Column_Nm' on the report?
Any help/suggestions would be appreciated.
I am new to .Net and And I have absoutely no idea about crystal reports. Can anyone please let me know a step by step process of how to design and generate a crystal report in vs2005
I need to ask for start date and endate.. when selected .. i should genarte a report using the existing stiored procedure and the connection string in my web config file..
Your help willbe very much appreciated..
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Crystal Reports for Visual Studio .NET provides a comprehensive reporting solution for .NET developers that is thoroughly integrated with both the Visual Studio .NET IDE and the .NET Framework. Crystal Reports supports ADO.NET, XML Web Services, and ASP.NET server controls and caching. It also integrates seamlessly with the Visual Studio .NET Server Explorer, toolbox, and design environment. It has a rich programming model and flexible options for customizing and deploying reports. These major features and others covered here take the drudge work out of data representation in your own applications.
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