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Please open Visual Studio, and use the following steps, illustrated in Figure 15-2, to create an ASP.NET Web Site: 1. Click File New Web Site. 2. In the Templates pane, select ASP .NET Web Site. 3. In the Templates pane, select language Visual C#. 4. Please give the application a name; I ve called the project ProductDrilldown. You may choose a different location for storing the application files according to your preference. Also make sure to select .NET Framework 2.0. 5. Click the OK button to finish the process. After you click OK, Visual Studio will create a new ASP .NET Web Site. You ll notice that a new page with the name Default.aspx is added to the solution. Please see Figure 15-3 for generated code and a view of Solution Explorer.
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Figure 15-2. Create a new ASP .NET Web site
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Figure 15-3. Generated code and view of Solution Explorer It s time to add the dataset and ReportViewer. Let s start by selecting the project in Solution Explorer, right-clicking it, and selecting Add New Item Dataset. Please name the dataset dsProductDrilldown. You ll notice that Visual Studio will ask you to put the dataset inside the App_Code folder; go ahead and click the Yes button. Before you add the ReportViewer, please make sure that the Default.aspx page is open in the designer and that HTML source mode is selected. Now, let s add the ReportViewer to the project by dragging Data ReportViewer from the toolbox and dropping it between the <div> tags. As a result of this action, you ll notice that ReportViewer1 is added to the Default.aspx page, and the generated code will look like the following: <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <head runat="server"> <title>Untitled Page</title> </head> <body> <form id="form1" runat="server"> <div> <rsweb:ReportViewer ID="ReportViewer1" runat="server" Width="100%"> </rsweb:ReportViewer> </div> </form> </body> </html> You ll also notice that I ve set Width="100%" to make sure the ReportViewer takes the maximum space available on the page to display the report.
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Step 1: Creating a Data Table
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Use the following steps to add a data table inside the dataset: 1. You can go to the dataset designer in two ways: double-click dsProductDrilldown inside Solution Explorer, or right-click the dsProductDrilldown node and select View Designer. 2. Let s add the data table by right-clicking the design surface and selecting Add data table. 3. Click the header of the newly created data table, and name it dtProductDrilldown. Let s start adding columns to dtProductDrilldown by right-clicking the data table and selecting Add Column. 4. Please add the following columns into the data table, which should then look similar to Figure 15-4: ProductNumber (System.String) ProductName (System.String) CategoryName (System.String) SubCategoryName (System.String) UnitsInStock (System.Double)
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Figure 15-4. Final look of the dtProductDrilldown data table
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Step 2: Designing the Report Layout
You must be thinking designing a drill-down report will be a daunting task! Well, although it might looks like one, the process is simple as simple as adding a few data groups and setting up a few properties. As you can see in Figure 15-1, the report shows the product category as a tree view that is ready for the user to toggle. Underlying this hidden view is the product subcategory and other information related to the products. Another interesting point here is the use of the Count() function to count the number of products for each product category. Add the report by selecting the project inside Solution Explorer and right-clicking it; select Add New Item, and select Report from the Add New Item dialog box. Please name the report rptProductDrilldown.rdlc. Click the Add button to complete the process and make the new report part of the project. You ll also notice that a new toolbox called Data Sources is available with our dataset information inside.
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Adding a Header
Let s add the header to the report. As usual, adding a header is simple: right-click the open area inside the report designer and select Page Header. Your report design surface should look similar to Figure 10-5.
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