I have a microsoft report. I want to pass from date and to date as parameter to it. I have set @fr_date and @to_date as parameters in sql query in xsd. how should I pass parameters to this report from front end ?
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I have a Report, that I want to run ad-hoc from a Stored Procedure.
I want to render this report to PDF format, and save it to a drive.
The difference between this post and most threads I've seen is I don't want to run a stored proc within the report and send parameters to the stored proc.
I DO want to call a report FROM the stored proc, and send parameters TO the report.
How can I do this?
I have a webpage from which Im passing parameters to a SSRS report.
While passing mutiple values from a multi valued parameters, the URL is exceeding the value of 2038 and hence the report is not showing up. Any suggestions on this matter would be really helpful.
eg: MacCode is a parameter and is multivalued attribute. Im choosing from the webpage drop down the values 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 for this MacCode. When it is passing to the ReportServer URL , it may exceed 2038 character limitation of URL.
Howto handle this... Please help
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I have 4 parameters in which 3 are passed in report and 1 is passed through report viewer. I have
made a parameter in SSRS called CandidateId to which I want to pass the value. The code for report viewer is:
intReportID = Convert.ToInt32(Request.QueryString["ReportID"
CandId = Convert.ToString(Session["CandidateId"
lblReportName.Text = dtReport.Rows["ReportName"
SSRSReportViewer.ServerReport.ReportServerCredentials = new
SSRSReportViewer.ProcessingMode = Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms.
SSRSReportViewer.ServerReport.ReportServerUrl = new
SSRSReportViewer.ServerReport.ReportPath = dtReport.Rows
Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms.ReportParameter theparams = new
theparams = new
theparams.Visible = false
I have an SSRS report. I created it using BIDS and it uses a Sql Server Analysis Service data source. The data source query is an MDX query with one parameter: @region, a default value has been set for this parameter. The value which @region takes looks like [USA].[Northeast].[New Hampshire].[Coos County].
The MDX query goes like this:
This report runs properly inside BIDS or through web browser after deployment. In my report manager at http://localhost/Reports, I am able to view this report by selecting the value for the @region parameter from a dropdownlist, which contains such values as
Coos CountyCheshire CountySullivan CountyStrafford County... ...
I know that we can pass query parameters to SSRS through the URL. I have successfully done so with relational database which uses regular SQL. But, I have not succeeded in passing this @region parameter of my MDX query through the URL.
I tried the following:
Microsoft provided 3 example reports for Sharepoint report usage. Does anyone know where they are located? I used them about 2 years ago.
I have a complex customized list and I need to pass parameters of two fields so that when the 'Questionnaire' is completed and subsequentially opened after initial submission, it will retrieve the Number and GUID automatically in respective
ANY HELP is APPRECIATED!!
getQuerystring('CustodianGUID', 'ctl00_m_g_d08916d8_7224_4665_be72_2de381f45985_ff46_1'); ///replace
customerGUID and form field name
'ctl00_m_g_d08916d8_7224_4665_be72_2de381f45985_FormField11_ctl00_ctl00_TextField'); ///replace customerGUID
and form field name
function getQuerystring(key, field)
key = key.replace(/[\/,"\\\[").replace(/[\]]/,"\\\]");
var regex = new RegExp("[\\?&]"+key+"=([^&#]*)");
var qs = regex.exec(window.location.href);
document.getElementById(field).value = qs;
I looked all over the forums, spent about a day on it, found numerous people having similar problems passing a parameter, but all the solutions I found so far were partially incomplete or incompatible to my project. I tried using a few of the "solutions" and they generated exceptions. I'm using straight ASP.NET so far with no c#. Is there a way to do it without code behind?
If someone suggests a solution I would be very grateful! I'm certain that if you provide a complete working example that others in the future will be very grateful as well.
Here is what I have thus far:
I used studio to create an .ASPX web form, and I used the report wizard to create a .RLDC file on the .ASPX page.
When I execute it, it works! Beautiful... Now how do I pass it a parameter?
So this is what I have below (which works), but I want to pass in a single int32 parameter to the stored procedure usprptGetData in which it is based.
<%@ Page Language="C#" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeFile="MyPage.aspx.cs" Inherits="My_Reports_Guarantor" %>
I am wondering if the Microsoft Report Viewer control allows for display changes. Say for instance a user wants would like to see all the data requested then another time would like to toggle thru the pages of infomation. So does anyone know if the control allows for display changes from complete view to paginated viewing. I am using MS VS 2008 with ASP.NET 3.0. Thanks for your response.
Sorry couldn't think of any better Subject..
I am developing a User Reports Module using C#.Net using Visual Studio 2005. Basic purpose of this module is to allow user to be able to run their own Crystal Reports. i.e. if Users have their own Crystal Reports specific to their needs then we allow them to save them and view them from our user reports module.
So when user saves any report we save it on server and save the Physical path of that report in database. Now when user tries to view the report I get the location from database and load it. Which works ok. The issue now is those reports which have got parameters.
I am not saving any information about parameters in their reports. So I do not have any information about Report Parameters.
This same application exists in VB6. What that VB application does is opens the Crystal Report and then Crystal report asks for needed parameters exactly as it will do if we try to open a crystal report using crystal report and preview it from there it asks for parameter values. How can I do that in C#.Net.
VB has got code like this