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Reporting Services - Limiting Records Per Page


Reporting Services - Limiting Records Per Page

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Gaurav.Vinodkumar
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I postd an artcile in my blog on controling the number of rows per page in SSRS

http://gauravsqlserver.blogspot.com/2011/03/how-to-fix-number-of-rows-per-page-in.html

Thanks,
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Please have a look on the article I posted on this.
This gives you the details on how to control the number of rows per page

http://gauravsqlserver.blogspot.com/2011/03/how-to-fix-number-of-rows-per-page-in.html
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I'm lost, I'm using SSRS2005 and trying to limit the report to 15 rows per page. I have added a group and pasted '=Floor((RowNumber(Nothing) - 1) / 10)' in the expression but it is throwing an error. Can you assist? Or point me in the right direction.

RowNumber() with scope parameter is not valid.
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Hi All,

Is it possible the repeat the header in each page ?


Thanks & Regards
Deepak
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Hi gyoung,

Please try the below expression.

=Ceiling(Rownumber(Nothing)/10)

Deepak,

Yes it is possible, check the check box for repeating header in each page.

Thanks & Regards,
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only4mithunc (9/22/2011)

Deepak,

Yes it is possible, check the check box for repeating header in each page.


I have done that setting but still i'm not gettting the header in all the pages
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I got it to work, the issue I was having is that i had two groups. Not exactly sure how I did that but I found an article that pointed my to the table properties. I'm going to walk through the changes on another report to make sure I got it.
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Hi,
I also faced the same problem.
I am using SSRS 2008.

I had created the row group,Which I export to word document.

Now every row details is printed one after the other,
but problem is in between the row, details is splitted on two pages due page break,thus row details printed on next page.


I just want to print every 4 rows on one Word page.

I had try this by using Group on expression of row group,
=Ceiling(RowNumber(Nothing)/4)

But it dispalys only 1,5,9,13 ...... So on.

My requirement is to print every 4 records on each word document.

Please help me!

Thanks in Advance!
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Hi,
I also faced the same problem.
I am using SSRS 2008.

I had created the row group,Which I export to word document.

Now every row details is printed one after the other,
but problem is in between the row, details is splitted on two pages due page break,thus row details printed on next page.


I just want to print every 4 rows on one Word page.

I had try this by using Group on expression of row group,
=Ceiling(RowNumber(Nothing)/4)

But it dispalys only 1,5,9,13 ...... So on.

My requirement is to print every 4 records on each word document.

Please help me!

Thanks in Advance!
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Sorry for the ignorance but Q please - add a group where? Is it a Row Group or a Column Group? Then is it a Parent or a Child or is it Adjacent Before or Adjacent After. Again sorry of this is intuitive to others. I am in a learning curve with this product and this topic is VERY helpful in cracking some of the deeper features.
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