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show report header above the report parameters in report view using SSRS?


show report header above the report parameters in report view using SSRS?

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show report header above the report parameters in report view using SSRS?
is It possible to show report header above parameter?
Pls suggest.
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If I understand your question correctly, the answer is no. You cannot make the report header appear above the parameters. The parameter selection area is not really part of the report, it is part of report manager. What I have seen typically is that the report itself will contain a parameters section that displays the selected parameters in the report itself and this section is below the report header.



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Yes,
Its not possible.
I have one more question.
I have report which is parameterized..
Can I provide 2 level filter in report.
1st level- When I pass parameter then click on view button then result shown on report ., After that
2nd level-
I want to make a drop down list from the report view table result set .

I want to column name as value of drop down list .

After that I want to filter result set on selected value filed + operator

like,=,>, + text box value.

expression like --

ddl value + operator = 100;

salary(ddl value) >= 2000(text box value) .

pls suggest.
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mkbhagat4u (8/21/2014)
Yes,
Its not possible.
I have one more question.
I have report which is parameterized..
Can I provide 2 level filter in report.
1st level- When I pass parameter then click on view button then result shown on report ., After that
2nd level-
I want to make a drop down list from the report view table result set .

I want to column name as value of drop down list .

After that I want to filter result set on selected value filed + operator

like,=,>, + text box value.

expression like --

ddl value + operator = 100;

salary(ddl value) >= 2000(text box value) .

pls suggest.


The short answer is no, there isn't dynamic filtering in SSRS. Any parameters for a report are applied when the report is run. Any changes made to parameter selections require the report to be re-run to be applied.



Jack Corbett

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Forum Etiquette: How to post data/code on a forum to get the best help
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