|Simple issue that is hard to resolve - order of data in a report - SSRS|
You can do this by using a switch statement in the
expression/function related to the sort.
Under 'sorting options' add a new sort line item
(or modify the existing item) by clicking the
expression button to the right (Fx)
Then Modify the sort expression similar to this:
=fields!businessname.value = "TIME",
I have not tested the expression but that sho
|Subscription mails of SSRS not being fired after moving SSRS to new server|
Verify that email setup is done properly in the
new instance of SSRS by means of creating a new
subscripion. If when creating a new subscription
you don´t have the email choice, then you need to
go to SSRS Configuration Manager and setup in the
email tab your smtp server.
You can see how it looks like in this image
Hope this helps
|SSRS distinct lookupset function|
You don't need Linq, but you do still need custom
code (in BIDS go to Report -> Report Properties ->
You can put a RemoveDuplicates function in here,
something like this:
Public Shared Function RemoveDuplicates(m_Array As
Object()) As String()
Dim k As Integer = 0
For i As Integer = 0 To m_Array.Length - 1
If i > 0 AndAlso m_Array(i).Equal
|How do you modify SQL Server report embedded image file|
An embedded image will be included in the .rdl
file as a binary resource and you can usually see
this at the very bottom of your .rdl file when you
view source. You should be able to load the report
in the ide and view the image.
The ImageData in the Embedded image is base64 of
the image. So you would need to convert from
base64 string to the proper format. See this link
for an tool this guy made
|Calculated Measure based on multiple dimensions. Ignore some dimensions|
If you change it to the aggregation of a set of
tuples across that measure does it still function?
WITH MEMBER [measures].[x] AS
|How to span months and years in SSRS graph axis?|
Split the dates into several columns in the
Add those columns as Category Groups of your bar
|SSRS Show a percentage of a a total value|
= fields!product.value / sum(fields!product.value)
in its most basic form you would want to use
something like this.
The first will give you the total of the current
row of data and the second will give you the total
of all rows of that product.
Thus you would have 10 / 100 (per your example).
This is assuming that you have your data
structured correctly. Depending on the structure
of you r
|How to sort SQL Server Report Builder Matrix Descending?|
Once you have created the matrix, bring up the
Shift row group properties, something like:
In the Group Properties, set the sorting as Z to
|SSRS expression with missing column not working|
From reading your question I think, you have
dynamic columns which will be returns
So what you should do is,
1) Create the parameter in the parameter list and
set it as the internal and assign the field value
to that parameter, suppose the parameter is
2) Change your expression as,
|SSRS sum max by group|
Have you tried =Max(Fields!goal.Value) ? If you
need the unscoped grand total this should work.
Here is a great MSDN article on Adding Grouping
and Totals. Below is an image taken from that
article that shows how to set it up.
|Expand tablix upwards when height increases|
I don't think you can.
Report items such as tablixes have two relevant
Top (e.g. Position).
Only the first one can be dynamic. The latter
can't be part of an expression. There also is not
an option to set a fixed bottom (like you could do