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Double click on row to navigate to sub-report.


Double click on row to navigate to sub-report.

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nayak.shridevi
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The functionality needed is to navigate to sub-reports by double-clicking in any cell in a row (record) in a report.

I want to navigate to other report by double-click and NOT by clicking on hyperlink.

Is this possible in SSRS?Hehe
Boyan Penev
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You can't get SSRS to behave the way you have described.

You could, though, not format the row cells in any way and have the same navigation link on each cell in each row. This way your row will look normal (not like a hyperlink) and a single click on any cell on the row will take you to the same target report.

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Mark Eytcheson
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You could use the ToggleItem property for a field that relates to the subreport, and then link that field's ToggleItem property to the subreport. Doing this will add a "+" sign in the requisite field and when the user clicks on the "+" sign, the subreport will open. Its the same idea of having the user double-click on something to open up a subreport.
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