2012年8月31日 上午 09:44
I designed reports in ssrs and deployed into visual studio. i want to go from one report to another in ssrs its working after i deployed into visual studio its not going.what i want to do?
- 已移動 Cindy Meister MVPMVP 2012年8月31日 上午 11:34 SSRS question (From:Visual Studio Tools for Office)
2012年8月31日 上午 11:43If you want to navigate between reports then view the properties of the control (e.g. text box, chart etc.) that when you click will run the other report, go to the Action page and select Go To Report. Specify the details underneath
2012年8月31日 下午 12:12
Thanks for ur reply,
I did the same thing but its not working in the browser level its working in the report level that is at SSRS level.
2012年8月31日 下午 12:33
OK - just for clarification then:
- Within BIDS / Visual Studio if you Preview then navigation between reports works OK
- After you deploy the report and view in your browser, navigation doesn't work
Am I right with this?
If so can you please let me know what browser you're using, and if your reporting service is in native mode or SharePoint integrated mode.
2012年8月31日 下午 12:50
i am using internet explorer.
2012年8月31日 下午 12:54
Also, can you confirm that the report you are looking to navigate to is deployed to the reporting services instance.
2012年8月31日 下午 12:54
u r right after deploy into browser the reports are not navigating.
i am using internet explorer my report service is in native mode.
2012年8月31日 下午 01:00
2012年8月31日 下午 01:33
So is the image you've provided being displayed after you click to navigate to another report?
Can you confirm:
- The destination report has been deployed to the reporting services instance
- The navigation option is set to Go To Report, and not Go To URL
2012年9月1日 上午 04:13
s i deployed the destination report also i used go to report in the navigation option.
2012年9月6日 下午 01:28版主
From your description, it seems that you are working on Client Report Definition (.rdlc) Files. Right? The reports that are created in Reprot Authoring Tools (Report Designer in BIDS and Report Builder) are saved as RDL files. While, the reports created inside a custom application in Visual Studio are known as RDLC reports.
To use the drillthrough feature in a RDLC report that is used in ReportViewer control, we need to use the ReportViewer.Drillthrough Event in the code. For more information about the ReportViewer.Drillthrough Event and examples, please see:
If I have misunderstood, please feel free to correct me, and provide more information about the issue for further analysis.
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- 已標示為解答 Mike YinMicrosoft Contingent Staff, Moderator 2012年9月9日 下午 04:01