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Rows section. As a result, the matrix region created two dynamic row groups, which we renamed rowTerritory and rowEmployee respectively, as shown in figure 4.28. The Columns section is little bit trickier. Here, we need to define dynamic columns for years and months. To achieve this, we created two column groups, colYear and colMonth, and set them to be based on the Fields!Date.Value.Year and Format(Fields!Date.Value, "MMM") expressions respectively. Because the Date field from the report dataset is of type DateTime, you could use the methods and properties of the .NET DateTime structure to retrieve the year and month portions. We also formatted the month value to show the abbreviated version of the month, for example, Jan for January. Defining static groups To display the actual data (intersected cells for dynamic row and column groups), you define static rows or column groups. You are not restricted to one static group. When you add more than one static group under a given dynamic column, the dynamic header splits to accommodate the new group. To demonstrate this, we dragged and dropped both the Sales and NoOrders dataset fields to the matrix region data section, so the users could see the sales dollar amount alongside the number of orders placed per territory segment.
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Figure 4.28 You can achieve data drilldown with the matrix region by creating nested column and row dynamic groups.
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To get the expand/collapse magic working, we had to change the visibility for the rowEmployee and colMonth groups. Figure 4.29 shows the visibility settings for the rowEmployee group. These settings make the rowEmployee group invisible initially. Only when the user expands the higher-level Territory group does the Employee group become visible. In a similar way, we set the visibility of colMonth to be toggled by the txtYear field. One limitation with the interactive features of the matrix region with version 1.0 of Reporting Services is that it doesn t allow the user to expand all groups at once. Creating subtotals With many crosstab reports you may want to sum numeric data horizontally and vertically. The matrix region also allows you to define subtotals to sum the data on row and column groups. The only aggregate operation supported is summing. You create subtotals by right-clicking the header of a row or column dynamic group and selecting Subtotal from the context menu. For the Territory Sales report, we defined subtotals on the Territory and Year levels. We also made numerous formatting changes, such as setting border styles, background colors, and formatting settings to make the report looks better, as shown in figure 4.30.
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You can toggle the group visibility by changing the Visibility
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To create a row or column subtotal, right-click the header and choose
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Currently, the matrix region doesn t support headers and footers per grouping. It is designed for a traditional crosstab layout, which has only subtotals. There are plans that Reporting Services might hybridize the table and matrix regions (most likely by adding table-like features to the matrix) in the next version. 4.5.3 Adjusting the report layout The matrix region doesn t confine you to a fixed row and column layout. For example, you can get an inverted mirrored layout by changing the Direction property from LTR (left to right) to RTL (right to left). Also, you can move a given number of columns before the row header by using the GroupsBeforeRowHeaders property. For example, if you request sales data that falls in between two years and set GroupsBeforeRowHeaders to 1, the row header will be positioned between the year columns, as shown in figure 4.31. One interesting performance optimization detail about the matrix region inner workings is that, as we mentioned in chapter 1, it doesn t render all the data at once
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