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Posted Monday, October 15, 2007 4:31 AM
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Hi dears,
I'm trying to display my Drill-through report in new window using this below javascript code.

="void(window.open('http://servername?%2freportserver%2fpathto%2freport&rs:Command=Render'))"

when i used this above code its opened the new window along with this URl
http://servername/?/reportserver/pathto/report&rs:Command=Render

can some one know me what is the servername? , reportserver? And pathto?

quick response will highly appreciated.
thanks with regards.
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Posted Monday, October 15, 2007 7:15 AM


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There servername param is the name of your server that host Reporting Services. If the name of the server hosting your resporting services instance is named MyServer then servername = MyServer.

reportserver is the name of your reporting services report server Virtual Directory. by Default this is reportserver.

pathto is the path to your report. I.E. if your report is in a folder called my folder and the reportname is My report pathto = MyFolder%2fMyReport

So given the example you'd use
="void(window.open('http://MyServer%2freportserver?%2fMyFolder%2fMyReport&rs:Command=Render'))"


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How to open a Excel file in Sql Server Reporting Services 2008 R2 through clicking a text box?
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I'm not using report server, i've issue in RDLC client side report. i need to open the sub-report in new window. please advise...
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How to open a Excel file in Sql Server Reporting Services 2008 R2 through clicking a text box?


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