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Using Report Server's Report Builder to edit SSRS report deployed in SharePoint foundation
Yes, l was doing that in Sharepoint Foundation 2013 site last week.

Categories : Sharepoint

VB.NET Error : "The source of the report definition has not been specified." on Report Viewer Parameter Setting
In addition to .ServerReport.ReportServerUrl and .ServerReport.ReportServerCredentials you also have to specify .ServerReport.ReportPath that points to actual report in SSRS. This is report definition (ordinary an uploaded RDL) that you set the parameters for. E.g. ReportViewer1.ServerReport.ReportPath = "/My Reports/Summary Report"

Categories : Vb.Net

Adding a text box for report description before the report executes
This is not possible with the default SSRS interface. You'll have to wrap SSRS with your own interface to add this. To build your own SSRS interface, you can use a few different methods, such as embedding a ReportViewer control in a Asp.NET application, or using URL access in an iframe. See How to change the SSRS input parameters position in report Of course, with Javascript and client side DOM manipulation, you probably could sneak your content into place, but it's not a supported option.

Categories : Reporting Services

passing parameter to crystal report asks for parameter value
What are you doing next with ParameterFields? It does not appear from the code that you have actually added any parameters / values to the report document itself. ParameterFields paramFields = new ParameterFields(); Option A: Set paramFields to the ParameterFields property of the report document. Option B: Perhaps look into using ReportDocument.SetParameterValue http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa691465%28v=vs.71%29.aspx

Categories : C#

SQL Report Builder: get another value from a parameter?
Given that your financial year start is in the same dataset that you get your @Month parameter from, you should just be able to extract it from there using a Lookup: =Lookup(Parameters!Month.Value, Fields!Month.Value, Fields!FinYearStart.Value, "MonthsDataset") You can then set this to the expression for a hidden parameter that you can use in your dataset query.

Categories : SQL

Add a filter parameter to ssrs report
Assuming that your :pending parameter is a numeric where a value of 1 indicates that pending licences are to be excluded and you only want to exclude licence applications that are pending, try adding the following condition in place of your existing case clause: and (:pending <> 1 or appl.applststype_id !=2)

Categories : SQL

Invalid value of report parameter XXX in Telerik
Quoted from this link, your problem is: ... Namely, when a report enters in the processing stage, its value is validated against its validation properties. If one or more parameters do not have valid values, processing is aborted. Report Parameters define the following properties used to validate the supplied parameters' value: Type Determines the type of the values that are acceptable. The allowed types are Boolean, DateTime, Integer ,Float ,String. The default parameter type is String. AllowNull Determines if null (Nothing in VB.Net) is acceptable. AllowBlank Applied only when the parameter is of type String. Determines if an empty string is acceptable.

Categories : C#

SSRS report - Casing parameter
First add the parameter and set it's Type as Text and multiple values checked as below And then set the default values to set by query and select the dataset

Categories : SQL

how can i pass a value from UI by parameter in Telerik report?
I guess you have already specified the data source, Data Member or Parameter, if you are using object data source or any data source, example like this http://screencast.com/t/PGKj6EQUVMfC . var instanceReportSource = new Telerik.Reporting.InstanceReportSource(); instanceReportSource.ReportDocument = new ReportLib.Report1(); instanceReportSource.Parameters.Add("name", 123); this.ReportViewer1.ReportSource = instanceReportSource; I hope it will help you

Categories : Asp Net

How to send parameter of a report to another? SSRS
Right click the text box that contains the link, and select textbox properties. Click the "action" tab and select the "Go to Report Action". Select your report, then add the parameter relationships below that you want to use on the destination report.

Categories : SQL

Report Title as a ReadOnly parameter in SSRS
Parameters are not meant for this purpose. Even if you building the parameters with the RDlObjectModel the report parameter object doesn't even allow the parameter to be read only. I suggest to write your own custom interface to show headers and use a report viewer control.

Categories : Reporting Services

Modify SSRS Parameter before report runs
You can't modify the parameter in the way you are asking, however there is a way to achieve the result you want. You need to create a third parameter, "C". The value of C should be set from another Dataset, which takes the value of parameter "B" and returns the value from the database. You then pass the value of parameter C to your stored procedure. If you set parameter C to be "Internal" then this will be hidden from the user running the report and they will just set parameters A and B.

Categories : Database

using date parameter in c# crystal report with month only
Create a numeric parameter {?Month} , using the 'Field Explorer', with values 1-12 and the corresponding descriptions (e.g. 1 is January). Next, create a record-selection formula that resembles: // calculate the beginning of the month and the last of month (add a month to the first day of the month, then subtract a day) {table.date} IN Date( Year(DataDate), {?Month}, 1) TO Date( DateAdd("m", 1, Date( Year(DataDate), {?Month}, 1)) - 1 )

Categories : C#

Use a report parameter instead of GETDATE in stored procedure
If you are passing a new parameter into the stored prcoedure: BETWEEN DATEADD(DAY, -2, @BEGINDATE) AND DATEADD(SECOND, -86401, @BEGINDATE) Adding seconds seems unnecessarily complicated: >= DATEADD(DAY, -2, @BEGINDATE) and XXX < DATEADD(DAY, -1, @BEGINDATE)

Categories : Sql Server

how to pass parameter to telerik Report using MVC 4 vs 2012
my report was showing all records, because i hadn't set the report to filter the records based on the parameter value. To achieve that, first we need to add the new parameter from the code behind (as i did) and then we need to add a new filter as shown in the following code: Telerik.Reporting.Filter filter1 = new Telerik.Reporting.Filter(); filter1.Expression = "=Fields.PatientKey"; filter1.Operator = Telerik.Reporting.FilterOperator.Equal; filter1.Value = "=Parameters.PatientKey.Value"; report.Filters.Add(filter1);

Categories : Asp Net Mvc

save a user's report parameter choices so that it can be used again?
There is a solution on Codeplex for a way of building reports to store the users last used parameters as the default choice next time they run the reports. However it sounds like you actually want to store the report itself for future reference, including a history of different report results. If so, then you may want to look at Report Snapshots.

Categories : C#

when parameter is blank show value instead crystal report xi
Instead of using the Display String property, make a formula instead: If IsNull({?Location}) Or Trim({?Location}) = "" Then "All" Else {?Location} Now drop your @Formula into the report.

Categories : Misc

Report Builder 3.0 Updating Parameter Panel
Set the default value expressions for each date parameter using the standard date/time functions. You can set today as: =Today() Yesterday as: =DateAdd(DateInterval.Day, -1, Today()) See How to: Add, Change, or Delete Default Values for a Report Parameter for more details. Edit after comments Say you have the following parameters: StartDt and EndDt are just set up as Date/Time: Set the Default Values expression for each parameter using the expressions above, i.e. =Today() and =DateAdd(DateInterval.Day, -1, Today()): Now, when you load the report for the first time the two parameters are already populated with the Default Values: Users can then just leave the dates as the defaults as they're already set, or change them as necessary.

Categories : Reporting Services

How do you add not equal to function to the default values of a report parameter?
Is your multi-value parameter based on a query? If so, just select the default values for the parameter from a query that excludes the value you want to ignore. For example, if the parameter values are gotten from the query: SELECT Code, Description FROM CodeTable then use the following query for your default values: SELECT Code, Description FROM CodeTable WHERE Code <> "NotThisCOde"

Categories : Reporting Services

Java: Jasper report chart parameter issue
All you have to do is in When No data column, select All Sections,No details . To do so, select your report in Report Inspector. Right Click and go to Properties. In More section, navigate to When No Data and select All Sections,No details .This will display the chart without values when there is no data.

Categories : Java

How to pass a specific Parameter value to Jump to report in SSRS
I'm not sure if this is what your are talking about but if you: 1.Right click the textbox you have that jumps to a report 2.Click texbox properties 3.Select the action tab 4. Enable as an action: choose go to report 5. On specify report you can choose the report it is jumping to 6. On the same window click add these parameters, choose the value the parameter is passing and the parameter (make sure the parameter exists in the other report first) 7. In the report that is being jumped to make sure the same selected value is being passed by the parameter. Cheers!

Categories : Reporting Services

How to pass a list of values to one Oracle Report parameter?
There are two ways you could solve this in Oracle Reports. I would usually prefer option #1. Option 1: use INSTR to compare the values and (INSTR(','||:p_kod_urusan||',', ','||mhn.kod_urusan||',') > 0 or :p_kod_urusan is null) Option 2: use a lexical parameter and (mhn.kod_urusan IN (&p_kod_urusan) or :p_kod_urusan is null) With option 2, you need to watch out for the SQL injection vulnerability, as well as a potential performance issue caused by hard parsing and multiple query plans. I'm not sure why you're replacing the string '[^,]+' with a comma. I've assumed your parameter is already a comma-delimited list of values.

Categories : SQL

Reporting Services - Changing a report parameter property
SetItemParameters should be the way. Does firing SetItemParameters raises any exception ? Enable verbose logging on Reporting Services (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2146315) and look for SetItemParameters call in Reporting Services error logs. See if it returns with an error. P.S. Try not to work directly with RS DBs, This leaves your RS instance unsupported. Modifying catalog table can also lead to unexpected results.

Categories : C++

Dynamics AX 2012 SSRS Report multivalue parameter
This is the solution I got working. I had problems loading my RDP in Visual Studio when I specified the Extended Data Type, so I just used String. [DataContractAttribute] class MyDPContract { List siteId; } [DataMemberAttribute("SiteId"), AifCollectionTypeAttribute("return",Types::String)] public List parmSiteId(List _siteId = siteId) { siteId = _siteId; return siteId; }

Categories : Visual Studio 2010

Setting a Text Box Value based on Report Viewer Parameter Value
I suggest you do this in the expression for the Textbox in the rdl file. Check the Parameter value before deciding what value to output. =IIF(Parameters!Numeric.Value = 1, "123", "ABC")

Categories : Vb.Net

How can I pass my parameter query dates to the report header
What I did to solve the problem was to add in two fields as expressions which looked like this. SELECT Count(Contact.ContactSource) AS [Number of Sales], Contact.ContactSource, [Start Date] AS StartDate, [End Date] AS EndDate FROM Contact WHERE (((Contact.SaleDate)>=[Start Date] And (Contact.SaleDate)<=[End Date])) GROUP BY Contact.ContactSource ORDER BY Count(Contact.ContactSource) DESC; This meant that I could then select the fields in the report like you would any other field in the table/query. I hope this helps someone else as it took me awhile to figure out.

Categories : Ms Access

Adding new row in Crosstab Crystal Report
For anyone who is facing a similar problem, I found a solution. 1) Right-click the 'Row' with the title '2' > Select Calculated Member > Insert Row. You should see a new Row with zero values below the row '2'. 2) Right-click the 1st blank space below '2' and select Calculated Member > Edit Header formula and type in: "Gross Profit" 3) Then, right-click one of the zero values in the row and select Calculated Member > Edit Calculation Formula and use this code: GridValueAt(GetRowPathIndexOf(1), CurrentColumnIndex, CurrentSummaryIndex) - GridValueAt(GetRowPathIndexOf(2), CurrentColumnIndex, CurrentSummaryIndex)

Categories : Misc

how can i pass parameter value in text box of Telerik report in detail space
when you have defined the first parameter i.e. "param", you have selected MultiValue=True. So when you read the value of the parameter directly into a text box - it will say the type which is object array. Multivalue will make the textbox to accept more than one value. Instead if you set the MultiValue=false, the parameter will always hold only 1 value and then it will display the right value on your report. If you need to have MultiValue=true on param parameter - then do the following to get the text into the textbox on the report: In the designer - right click on the textbox. select expression In the edit expression window - add the following expression - = Join(", ", Parameters.param.Value) Run the report, now you will the correct text set as value of the textbox. The Join() f

Categories : Asp Net

Choose between two dates as a parameter on ssrs report builder 2008
Replace the @Year and @Period conditions with: (dbo.MBO300.yr > 2011 OR (dbo.MBO300.yr = 2011 AND dbo.MBO300.period >= 12)) AND (dbo.MBO300.yr < 2012 OR (dbo.MBO300.yr = 2012 AND dbo.MBO300.period <= 4)) Or, to use parameters: (dbo.MBO300.yr > @YEAR_START OR (dbo.MBO300.yr = @YEAR_START AND dbo.MBO300.period >= @PERIOD_START)) AND (dbo.MBO300.yr < @YEAR_END OR (dbo.MBO300.yr = @YEAR_END AND dbo.MBO300.period <= @PERIOD_END))

Categories : SQL

According to parameter different report should open on Image(button) click in ssrs 2005
Create an expression for the action of your image. Something like: =IIF( ISNOTHING(Parameters!Department.Value), "AllDepartmentReport", "DepartmentWiseReport" )

Categories : Reporting Services

Report Viewer Control - Send parameter to stored procedure in DataSet
DataTable dtval = new DataTable(); //Add parameter SqlParameter[] param = new SqlParameter[5]; if (!String.IsNullOrEmpty(ddlcust.SelectedValue)) { param[0] = new SqlParameter("@custnam", ddlcust.SelectedValue); } else { param[0] = new SqlParameter("@custnam", DBNull.Value); } if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(ddlproj.SelectedValue)) { param[1] = new SqlParameter("@projid", Convert.ToInt32(ddlproj.SelectedValue)); } else { param[1] = new SqlParameter("@projid", DBNull.Value); } if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(ddlvisittype.SelectedItem.Text)) { param[2] = new SqlParameter("@vtype", ddlvisittype.SelectedItem.Text); } else { param[2] = new SqlParameter("@vtype", DBNull.Value); } param[3] = new SqlParameter("@frmdt", txtfrmdate.Text); param[4] = new SqlParameter("@todt", txttodate.Text); //C

Categories : Asp Net

SSRS Url Access Specify Format Breaks Report When Parameter Page is Triggered
This should be 'as designed' I believe as the 'rs:' portion of the url is saying 'RenderState(something)'. If the report has REQUIRED parameters you have three choices: Set a default Pass them to the Rest URI Remove them if you want to autogenerate via Rest URI Generally you just need to add the parameters to your rest uri like: main root http:// (servername)/ReportServer/Pages/ReportViewer.aspx? directory (if you have one) %2fTest%2f itemname: ComboWithParm renderit: &rs:Command=Render parameters: &Parm=HereIAmPassedInThroughAnUrl All at once: http:// (servername)/ReportServer/Pages/ReportViewer.aspx?%2fTest%2fComboWithParm&rs:Command=Render&Parm=HereIAm If you are using a web application with .NET technologies and ASP.NET I believe you can use the

Categories : Reporting Services

Adding the ability for a python Thread to report when finished
Seems that your only option is requiring your users to override some other method instead of run. This way you'll have run in your CustomThread that invokes that other method and reports when done. This has an extra benefit: start function is non-trivial, you'll be able to report successful start at the beginning of run instead of carefully dealing with overriden start.

Categories : Python

SSRS BIDS - Adding DLL references to a report project
From the tutorial: Because this is a normal .NET assembly project, BIDS is not necessary. So you shouldn't be creating the new renderer DLL in a Report project; just create a standard Visual Studio -> Class Library project (or similar). In a BIDS/VS Report project you can only add DLL references at the report level, i.e. not what you're looking to do.

Categories : Sql Server

How to pass textbox values as parameter in crystal report in Visual Basic 2005
You should write something like: Dim rpt as New ReportDocument 'rpt.Load("file.rpt") ... 'rpt.SetDatasource() ... rpt.DataDefinition.FormulaFields.Item("MyFormula").Text = textbox1.text

Categories : Vb.Net

How to pass query string parameter to ssrs reports from report viewer control
For adding parameters to the report in asp.net you can do the following ReportParameter rpt7 = new ReportParameter(**PARAMETER NAME**, **VALUE**); this.ReportViewer1.ServerReport.SetParameters(new ReportParameter[] { rpt7 }); From the above example you could replace the value with Request.QueryString["deviceId"].ToString() to pass the query strings value as the parameter. See the following for more details http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en/sqlreportingservices/thread/72fdf94f-2b5d-4fc3-82c4-7db887033507 As for the report excepting the extra parameter you would have to modify the report in Visual studio to except the new parameter. This can be done under the Report Data window's parameters section.

Categories : Asp Net

SSRS Report takes longer than query; tried parameter sniffing & nolock fixes
Per the comment request by Martin Smith above, the answer to this particular issue was to recognize there were subreports running within the problem report that were themselves causing the slowness. This wasn't readily obvious simply reviewing the query being run in SSMS. So be more observant than I was and make sure you know the full composition of the report. :)

Categories : Sql Server

how to refactor a manually deployed single instance app into a client deployed multi-instance or multi-tenant app
I count 3 questions here, and you might find it valuable to split them into separate threads. At any rate: 1) What test to determine the correct architecture? Well, a hard-assed look at how much it's going to cost to support each architecture vs. how quickly each can be implemented & how many waiting customers you have seems in order. Hard-assed because, frankly, you probably already have a preference, and unless you're willing to set that aside the answer I give here is moot. If this is for a business, remember that revenue rules -- without revenue even the most beautiful & elegant architecture is unimportant. With revenue, you can fix most architecture mistakes in time. 2) What are good design patterns for multi-tenant, embed-able applications? I'm not sure that design pat

Categories : Javascript

Adding Parameter to href tag before uri
Try like this(not shure what the r:url tag does though) href="<r:url uri="utb:open" mode="view" lateBinding="true" />&disp=true" P.S. posting the error could help.

Categories : Misc

Adding a parameter to a new eventhandler
If you don't need to unhook the event handler the easiest way to do this is with a lambda expression string dataSourceName = ...; gridData.RowEditing += (sender, e) => grid_RowEditing(gridData, dataSourceName, e); gridData.DataSource = tbl; gridData.DataBind(); void grid_RowEditing(GridView gridData, string dataSourceName, GridViewEventArgs e) { ... }

Categories : C#



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