i have to show ssrs report in the sharepoint 2007 using report viewer and report explorer how to user this two web part to get the ssrs report in sharepoint 2007.
i am new to the ssrs with sharepoint 2007.
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To make a filter provider web part, I implemented the interface ITransformableFilterValues.
Implemented the various properties of the ITransformableFilterValues interface
and method that creates an instance of our filter provider.
[aspnetwebparts.ConnectionProvider("AccountFilter", "ITransformableFilterValues", AllowsMultipleConnections = true)]
public ITransformableFilterValues SetConnectionInterface()
Is this a best practice .Please share your suggestion.
ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ ÃÂ I am working with the Report Viewer webpart on sharepoint 2007 to display reports from another server (native reports). So now i am showing around 4 RS reports on the sharepoint site side by side.ÃÂ The reports seem to appear fine.
Now when i try to change theÃÂ title of the Report Viewer webpart to display the name of the report it just dosent seem to change for more than one. Every time iÃÂ click 'Modify Shared Webpart' the title of the report viewer webpart reverts back to the default 'Report Viewer'.
I also tried opening the sharepoint page using the 'Sharepoint Designer'. The titles seem to reflect the entries i have entered. But the titles just dont appear on the sharepoint page.
I have been trying to figure out if there is some autogeneration of webpart titles taking place but just cant seem to figure that out. Any help would be greatly appreciated as i have been stuck on this for quite some time.
I have created a simple report with BIDS and have deployed to my SSRS server. Works fine... when I use the Report Viewer/Explorer webparts it works fine only on my PC. Really only displays on my computer. When others access the page the webpart does not
load... it states "Navigation to the webpage has been cancelled." I have added all necessary permission to the report. the report displays if users access it directly from the report server, just not when viewing from the Sharepoint site. I even
logged into another computer with my domain credentials and it did not work only on my computer that i used to create/deploy the report with BIDS...
any help would be great I'm stumped....
The toolbar is different when loading the same RDL (upgraded to SSRS 2008 R2) through report viewer and report manager. In report manager, the toolbar is color blue while when displayed through
report viewer the color of the toolbar is light brown/yellow. Color blue indicates it is using the latest version of SSRS while the other color for previos version. Aside from that, the font of several texts in a table has increased to one point when
viewed via report viewer compare to when viewed via report manager. Is there an existing fix for this?
I upgraded our enterprise sql server 2008 to sql server 2008 r2 last weekend. Along with this i installed the report builder 3.0 on the servers as well and the updated ssrs add in for sharepoint. The upgrade went fine, no errors that i could
find. The problem is now when i go to a library that has the report builder content type enabled and click report builder report under new it does not load report builder 3.0.
I updated the custom report builder url in central administration from /_vti_bin/ReportBuilder/ReportBuilder_2_0_0_0.application to /_vti_bin/ReportBuilder/ReportBuilder_3_0_0_0.application
however when i do click the new report builder report it kicks me over to
http://company.com/ReportServer_MossEnt which itemizes out each individual sharepoint site in the farm.
Is the integration of ssrs 2008 r2, sharepoint 2007 and report builder 3.0 work? did i install the wrong version of the report builder add in? The above is the only problem i am having now.
all servers are server 2008, 64 bit and moss 2007 enterprise with sp2 & april 2010 cu
I am running the report from SSRS report server in the view i am finding that the window title is Report Viewer - Windows Internet Explorer.
How to remove this name and get the name of the report over there.
I am using java at the back end to call the repot through url.
Please help me .
dynamic layout or zone for Report Viewer Webpart, the report as to take all the space possible, and I don't want the scroll bars.
I am wondering if it is possible to "hard-code" a particular report in the report viewer web part, such that this report is automatically loaded when a user visits a particular
site. I am asking that question because I do not want to select the same report each time I want to view it; I just would like to have a link that will get me the report right away.
I have a feature that adds a report viewer web part (SP integrated mode) into the newly created site page.
Problem: The feature activates without any problem through the UI, but I cannot activate it through STSADM (which will be the case when going to production).
Here is my code block that adds the web part to the page. This code block exists in FeatureActivated:
Assembly currentAssembly = Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly();
string dwpStr = string.Empty;
using (Stream resourceStream = currentAssembly.GetManifestResourceStream("Report.dwp"))
using (StreamReader sr = new StreamReader(resourceStream))
dwpStr = sr.ReadToEnd();
dwpStr = string.Format(dwpStr, web.Url);
using (StringReader sr = new StringReader(dwpStr))
string err = string.Empty;
System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebParts.WebPart wp = wpMan.ImportWebPart((XmlReader.Create(sr as TextReader)), out err); //Exception thrown from this line
wpMan.AddWebPart(wp, "HeaderZone", 0);
catch (Exception ex)
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
I am wondering if it is possible to restrict the choices for a parameter depending on the user rights. For instance, if an "administrator" can select three different options for
one particular parameter, a "normal user" should only be able to choose from two.
I am using Sharepoint 2007 and Reporting Services 2005.
I've recently run into an issue with with WPF 4 and the SSRS viewer control with a batch emailing application. See http://www.jenasysdesign.com.au/dnn/Blogs/tabid/71/EntryId/5/WPF-4-SQL-Server-Reporting-Services-processing-application-Memory-Leak.aspx for
details of some performance profiling issues I found with this technology stack.
I've got two issues.
Firstly, I implemented a background worker process to handling looping through the 2,800 reports. I found to run the SSRS report viewer to export the report results in a slow memory leak. See Red-gate Ants memory profiler 6 image in the link above. I'm not
sure what I need to do to remove weak references with this combination of technology. Any ideas?
Secondly, the following code runs on the background worker process, designed so the user can monitor the progress of the a large batch of report files getting generated. The catch here is involves using the SSRS viewer to export a reports results requires
the Dispatcher.Invoke method to ensure that ReportViewer.xaml screen gets a UI thread, but in the process it interferes with the background workers report progress methods, so the UI doesn't see the progress.