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Customizing Report Manager Interface


Customizing Report Manager Interface

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Hello everyone,
I would like to an extra column to the report manager in "Details View". Right now it has report name, description, and last modified by as were created out of the box. I would like to add one additional column called "Is it a Details Report?" and be able to show or hide reports based on this property. Has anyone done something like this? Thanks in advance.
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AFAIK, the interface is not configurable in terms of adding new columns. You could enter "Details" into the Description (in Properties/General tab) of any details reports, as the Description column shows and is separate from the Report Name column.
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doug.brown (2/19/2014)
AFAIK, the interface is not configurable in terms of adding new columns. You could enter "Details" into the Description (in Properties/General tab) of any details reports, as the Description column shows and is separate from the Report Name column.


Following up on this response, what about the case where one wants to modify the breadcrumbs at the top right (Home | My Subscriptions | Site Settings | Help) to include a Logout link?

For example, the following link explains how this can be done.
http://codeitsfun.com/2013/04/24/adding-logout-feature-in-microsoft-report-manager-ssrs-with-forms-authentication/

But when I tested it, the added link threw the folders out of what when viewed in Tile View. Is there any way to add logout functionality without messing up the Report Manager layout?

Thanks for any help.

- webrunner

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