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Right-click a textbox or an image, click the Ellipsis button for the Action property in the Properties window, and then click the option for the type of action to add. Enter the bookmark identifier, report name, or URL to which the action will direct the user. If a target report has a report parameter, click the Parameters button, and then click a report parameter in the Parameter Name list box and an expression in the Parameter Value list box. Click the row handle of the detail row, and change its Hidden property to True in the Properties window. In the ToggleItem property for the same row, click the name of the textbox to use as a toggle for the visibility of the detail row. Open the Toolbox window, click Subreport, point to the target destination, and click to place the subreport. Rightclick the subreport, and then enter the name of the subreport if it s not in the same project folder as the host report, or click to select a report from the Subreport list box if it is in the same project folder. In the Properties window, click the Ellipsis button in the Grouping property for a data region or in the Grouping /Sorting property for the group row in a data region. Click the field expression in the Group On list box to identify a unique row, and click the field expression in the Parent Group list box to identify a parent row.
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Add the Recursive keyword to the aggregate function, =Function(Expression,Scope,Recursive). For example, to count employee rows in a recursive group and the parent row, use the following expression:
=Count(Fields!EmployeeKey.Value, "RecursiveGroup", Recursive).
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Create a dataset using the Microsoft OLE DB Provider for OLAP Services 8.0, and then, using the Generic Query Designer, enter an MDX query. Delete the detail row from the data region, and use the First function instead of Sum to prevent overcounting rows in the total. In the Properties window, click the Ellipsis button for the Grouping/Sorting property of a group row, and then click the Filters tab. Enter an expression that compares the group field to an empty value, such as =Fields!Category .Value= , and then enter the Value expression =False.
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Do this Use the Level function in an expression, using the group name as scope. For example, for the group RecursiveGroup, use the following expression: =Level("RecursiveGroup").
Part
Managing the Report Server
Managing Content
In this chapter, you will learn how to:
Publish report definitions and other resources to the Report Server. Arrange content on the Report Server. Create a linked report. Use report properties to manage report content. Control report execution with report properties.
By completing Part 2, Authoring Reports, you learned not only the basics of authoring reports, but also advanced techniques that you can use to produce a wide variety of useful reports for your organization. The three chapters of Part 3 provide you with the skills to properly manage and secure the reports you create as well as perform administrative tasks on the Report Server. These activities are all part of the managing stage of the reporting life cycle. In this chapter, you learn how to manage the content on the Report Server. You start by publishing several reports. Then you reorganize content on the Report Server by adding folders, moving content into the new folders, and creating linked reports. You also work with report properties to control both how reports interact with data sources to retrieve data and how reports are processed and rendered. Your ability to publish and manage reports is determined by the permissions assigned to you. This chapter assumes that you are a local system administrator on the Report Server, which allows you to perform all the tasks described here. Specific information about how to use security permissions to limit a user s actions on the Report Server is discussed in 9, Managing Security.
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