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jenny 12957
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I am migrating a report from 2005 to 2008 R2 and im having a problem in 2008 R2 where the chart is cut off in the beginning and the end, even though there are values. What is causing this, and how can i get around it?
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Is there any chance you could take a screenshot of the cropped line chart? Without seeing it, it's going to be difficult to recommend options.

Thanks!

Mike
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yes of course. Here are two screenshots,

Report in SQL Server 2005:


Report in SQL Server 2008:

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This is a tough one. I'm sure someone will have a better answer as I am just guessing. It doesn't look like the chart is being cropped per se... it looks like some of the underlying data that drives the line chart is missing. Is that possible? Did the query change or the raw data behind the query?
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well, that was actually the first things i checked, and the queries are identical, and so is the data. I restored the database to SQL Server 2008 again just in case, and still get the same results
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Hi Jenny

SSRS is showing report based on query , Its look like you don't have to change in ssrs but please again make sure with compare data and validate for 2005 and 2008 .
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Have you tried to recreate the line chart in 2008 to see if you get the same "cropped" result? This will tell you if it's a data problem or a conversion issue. Personally, I haven't seen this type of conversion issue in SSRS. But I'm only familiar with going from 2005 to 2008R2.
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ok, so just thought i would share this. My reports are now working after reading and following this tutorial:
http://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/2373/how-to-handle-empty-values-in-a-line-chart-in-ssrs/

Apparently the problem was that the data wasnt continuous. It works fine now though.
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