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Disable a Calculated Parameter ssrs report using SQL Server 2008 r2


Disable a Calculated Parameter ssrs report using SQL Server 2008 r2

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write2varun2005
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Hi,

I have a Report created in SQl Server 2008 r2,

in which i'm passing 3 parameter to the query
the third one is calculated on the basis of other two

when the there is no data in first two fields there is no data then the third field is disable but when the value is inserted in the two fields then the third field is enabled

i don't want the third field to be enabled(it should be read-only) even if the calculated data is comes inside the third field

before value


after value



P.S. I'm new with ssrs report

thank you
AndrewSQLDBA
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Why have the third form field at all? Why not use a label, since it is not a form field value that you want to be changed. I don't use SSRS, but I do design a lot of .NET forms, and that is what I would do. Make the label visible only after the values in the first two form fields qualify and are calculated.

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hi
thanks for the advice but i created it in business intelligence,
How to add a label in in business intelligence
thank you
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