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Tablix Tutorial – Step 4 in the Stairway to Reporting Services


Tablix Tutorial – Step 4 in the Stairway to Reporting Services

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Hi Jessica, I'm very new to SSRS and have been going through these tutorials and finding them great - thank you! I've an issue most probably a simple mistake on my part ;-)

Issue appeared when completing the Grouping section.

..You have multiple options, including Add Group. Select the Add Group option > Parent Group option, and select the desired column. Check the checkboxes to include a group header and footer in the Tablix group window..


The issue I have is the heading line is showing Group1 not OrderDate as per your figure 8:



How can I fix this? Again thanks for a great stairways series I'm looking forward to more..

Dan :-D

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Hi Dan,

Just click in the box and start typing. Or right click on the box, select Properties and replace the Value with your new header.

Good luck with your report!
Jessica
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Hi Jessica,

Thanks for your help ;-)

My confusion was that as per your report I wanted the [OrderDate] field in the heading column. As a newbie to SSRS I was bringing up the wrong Properties window and when running the report through Report Manager I was getting the constant I'd input into the heading box. All sorted now..

Dan :-D

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