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I've SSRS 2005 Report with 7 subreports.
Toplevel report runs the query and returns recordset.
RegionID CustID orderID OBID State City Name
69 1230 4565 75855 NY NYC Sam
Now i need to pass these values in subreports's query as parameter
select * from Region where regionID = @RegionId (in my case it shud get 69 from upper record set.)
Likewise there are 6 more subreports where i need to pass above values as parameter.
Any suggestions would be very helpful.
I am frustrated with this challenge for populating default values for filters in report builder. Here are the steps that I am performing.
I have clicked on the filter icon, then dragged the dimension to the filter pane, switched the properties to Prompt and changed the operator to 'in this list'.
by default the value selected is 'no value selected', Microsoft online tutorials says that this should automatically populate the filter criteria with the default list of values for the underlying dimension. However it dosen't
How do I populate this filter with default list of values.
For a report executed from Report Manager that has a bar chart component, regenerating the report via refresh or view with same input parameters either gives a different result that is garbled or an empty chart (2008) or no chart at all (2005). I have
the report set up to not do any caching, so that does not seem to be the issue. Is there some chart option I may need to set to get the proper chart display.
I am converting reports developed in SSRS 2005 into SSRS 2008. In the report design interface I have several rows and columans of data that calculate count or rate. In addition to rows and columns, I have around ten hidden tablixes in which report expression
calls hidden codes inside tablix to perform calculation with main report. My problem is when I set hidden tablix propert into hide, I am not getting correct calculation in my report. when I change tablix property from hidden to show I will get correct
calculation but I do not want to see those hidden tablixes in my report page. Is there any way you can still call expressions inside hidden tablixes without turning on tablix property show in SSRS 2008? Is it a bug in SSRS 2008 reporting system?
Please help me out!!
My operating system is windows vista.
I am trying to set up a report that pulls how many patients were referred to our physicians by other physicians in town. I have a matrix report set up with parameters so that at the end of each month users can select the month and year and it will
pull data year to date for the selected year and the year prior to the selected year. The report ends up looking a little something like this
Phys1 3 4
Phys2 5 2
Phys2 6 1
We need to have at least one column to calculate teh variance between the two years and possible a second for % variance. I have been scouring the web and most answers seem to apply to 2008 but unfortunately this is a 2005 server. Any help or
pointers in the right direction are appreciated.
New to SSRS 2005 and having some problems printing. I have a report that has only 7 columns and while in layout mode, the body of the report only has a width of not even 7 inches. I have made my left margin 0.2 in, RM at 0 in, TM at 0 in and BM at 0 in as
well and yet when I print, I get an additional blank page. All my records print in the first page just fine but I get the additional blank page. This also happens to me on a different report when I change the settings for landscape printing. I am
able to fit all the columns in one page using landscape but get an additional blank page for every page that is printed. So instead of printing just two pages of records, I get 2 additional blank pages.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
We recently upgraded a report server and corresponding reports from SQL Server 2000 (reports 2003) to SQL Server 2005. After upgrade one of our reports which use two subreport is very very slow.
The sp's used for these all these reports are fast. All the sp's together takes about 40 secs.
Both in the BIDS environment as well as the report site the report is very slow.
We are using a database in which data is inserted through replicatoin. In all our sp's we have given 'with nolock' along with the table names.
Can anyone please help me here?
We discovered some very odd matrix behavior a couple days ago and just today found out what in the RDL seems to be causing the issue. The issue is that certain cells in the matrix will not be populated if a certain report parameter is defaulted.
The basics: A matrix report with 6 report parms two of which are passed to the underlying procedure call. There are 6 datasets behind the report. 4 are related to getting date and timespan information to allow for parameter defaulting.
1 gets a list of customers to populate a selection drop down and the last gets the data.
The data query takes a customer name and an end date. Via the report parameters the end date parm is defaulted based on a dataset which is chained through the other parms and associated datasets.
The matrix is used to show a months worth of activity by day. There are two int32 data points in each matrix cell one is a total and one is a failure count. The data as returned by the reporting proc is already summarized so no aggregate is needed
in the matrix. However, using SUM or not in the matrix cell makes no difference to the strange outcome.
When the report is run with the end date parameter being defaulted one of the rows will incorrectly show 16 cells. The cells appear as if there is no data. However, if the proc
Is it possible to declare separate report parameters in SSRS 2005 as Date and Time?
I want the user to be able to enter a date and a time.
When I declare the parameters in my stored procedure as datetime, in SSRS the parameter just shows as a Date only.
When exports the report to excel, some columns are numbers(something like 00125987). We need these columns to be text, but excel convert these columns in numbers and in result we received not "00125987" but "125987".
How to fix that?
We need all these columns to be text.
I'm trying to construct a SELECT query within the Report Writer 2005 Data Tab as follows- ="SELECT blah..." & SomeFunctionToConstructWhereClause() " ORDER BY 1"
When the length exceeds 128 characters, I get the following error (works otherwise)- Microsoft Report Designer Incorrect syntax near '='. <QUERY TEXT> The identifier that starts with is too long. Maximum length is 128.
Say it isn't so or that there is a reasonable workaround for this. 128 characters isn't that much when you're talking about complex query strings. Thanks in advance.
I have implemented in SSRS 2005 a main report and some drill-down report created as a separate rdl. These reports have a parameter set in order to execute them. I need to organize a schedule stratey. I think to create a table to contain these parameters,
with each record for each valid parameter set. This table could have more one record and so it has to be possible to execute the reports more times. I think to create a schedule for the main report, and one schedule for each drill-down reports. If I have f.e.
ten records in the parameter table, the main and the drill-down report should be executed ten times, isn't it? After the entire elaboration, I think to cancel the parameters record in the parameter table.
Moreover, if any records isn't present in the parameter table any executions shouldn't start and any errors shouldn't be generated.
Any helps to me to organize the right strategy in order to solve this issue, please? Many thanks.