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Sharing dataset between controls in SSRS 2005


Sharing dataset between controls in SSRS 2005

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bala705
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My report has two table controls.
Both Tables are satisfied by a single dataset (A stored procedure)
I want to know whether while rendering whether the stored procedure will be executed twice or will be execution results be shared between the controls.

My access is limited cant run a profiler trace to find out. Welcome your suggestions

Thanks
Bala
Linda Claes
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Hi Bala,

Interesting question. I've tested this on one of my reports that shares a dataset between a matrix and a table and profiler prooves that the dataset is only executed once.

Hope this helps.
Kind regards,

Linda
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