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Posted Thursday, October 30, 2008 9:45 AM
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Hi,

I feel SSRS will allow only two parameters in a line for selection of view report button.
Is there any way of getting more than two paramaters in a line.

Ex:
N
Selection parameters:

Country1: State1:
City1: Country2:
State2: City2:

And my requirement is-

Country1: State1: City1:
Country2: State2: City2:

Is there any way to get this in SSRS?

Thanks a lot,
santhu.
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Posted Tuesday, March 30, 2010 6:44 AM
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Some times we want to display some dynamic content like database-driven value to appear in the page header and footer section in the SQLReport, that functionality can be acheived by putting a textbox in the header/footer section and have it refer to a TextBox value which is bound to a dataset field in the Report body section. So the steps can be as follows.
i) Put a Text Box in the Body section in the Report page and bind it with the appropriate dataset field value that is required to be displayed in the header/footer. You can make it hidden field as well so the end user can not see it in the Report.


ii) Put a Text Box in the header/footer section of the Report and write an expression which in turn would refer to the above placed Text Box value.

e.g : Suppose we have a TextBox as txtConsigneeName in the Report body section and we want to display that value in the header, then what we can do is just put another TextBox in the header section and write an expression as

First(ReportItems!txtConsigneeName.Value)

One thing should be noted that we can not write/refer directly to a dataset field from a TextBox in a page Header/Footer.

Any suggestions are appreciated.


Cheers,
Bijayani
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