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Report writer on vacation. Never used SSRS. Simple question about "where is the data request...


Report writer on vacation. Never used SSRS. Simple question about "where is the data request accessed"

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I am staring at the report in Visual Studio and I can not figure out what button to push, or click to make, that will show the query that is being executed, or in my case procedure being called. I know the procedure provides the correct data, but there must be some filtering happening some where, because some data does not appear in report. Hope someone can work with me. Thanks.

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What version of VS are you using?

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You can try using profiler as well. When reports start doing funny things it's good to see what exactly the report is passing as parameters and to what SP.
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Thanks everyone. I am using VS 2012.

I finally figured out the correct question to ask Google, and I found what I was looking for (the Report Data tab). I had known that the usp was returning the correct data and that it did not expect any arguments. I figured the "dataset" must have been doing some filtering, (it wasn't), but couldn't figure out where to check. After the dataset was a dead-end, I finally found the filtering buried in the properties of one of the display boxes.

Now I am trying to figure out where I put the fixed report in the DB to get it to show up on Production. I have some google references to check, but right now off working on something else that is "urgent". :-D

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I have never made a change to a published report by using the ReportServer database but it may be possible to do it that way.
When I want to update a report I will save the changes to the report definition language (rdl) file through Visual Studio and then republish the report in Report Manager with the updated rdl file. We are using SSRS 2005 and 2008 R2 and this can be done by going to the Properties view of the report in Report Manager and choosing Update in 2005 or Replace in 2008 R2. After selecting update or replace you will be prompted to select the updated rdl file from the saved location. I have never done this in SSRS 2012 but I would think it would be similar. Someone with SSRS 2012 experience may be able to give you more details.
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Thanks. I have no experience with "Report Manager", but knowing what to look for is 3/4 the problem. :-)

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