- First of all I had issues in installing SSRS 2005 in my Windows Vista Premium OS and after googling it for some time, I came across a fact that IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO INSTALL SSRS IN WINDOWS VISTA HOME PREMIUM edition. Refer following URL to install in other versions of vista.
- I had some class object that would be created and needed to populate in reports. For example, I had Employee object that had his project details, which is collection of Project object. To display project details in the report, I should create subreport to display Project details and would embed that in main Employee Report.
- When there is nested hierarchy of objects that needs to be displayed in Report, then there is syntax to be followed to do so. Let's take a scenario of Employee has Address object, Address object has City object that has name attribute. To display CityName in the Report, we need to follow syntax like "=Fields!Employee.Value.Address.City.Name". I lost some time in learning it.
- Another is to display the particular field in the Report Header that would repeat in all pages. For example, there is Employee object that has Employee Id that needs to be printed in all the pages of Employee Report. It is not possible to refer the field in the Header directly. There are some roundabouts to do that. The way I chose is to Create a report parameter and set the value at run time to have it populated.
- Very good resource for SSRS Tips.
January 20, 2008
Reporting Services 2005 Problems
I was creating some SSRS reports (both in Server and local mode) as part of my project work and i need to admit that i had some tough times for some of the issues.