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The GetConditionColor function that you added to the custom assembly in the previous procedure can be used to compare the value of the current cell to the values that the user assigns to the AlertValue and CautionValue parameters. These parameters and their default values are already defined in the report. To use the function, you first need to reference the custom assembly that contains it. Click the Layout tab, then click Report in the report items list box at the top of the Properties window. Click the References property, and then click the Ellipsis button in the property box. Click the Ellipsis button in the Edit References dialog box, and then click the Browse button in the Add Reference dialog box. Navigate to the C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\80\Tools\Report Designer folder, select the AdventureWorks.VB.Extensions.dll file, and then click the Open button (or double-click the file name). The Add Reference dialog box looks like this:
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Now that the reference to the assembly is associated with the report, you are ready to call a function in the assembly using an expression in your report. 9 Save the report. 10 In Solution Explorer, right-click the Order Profitability Custom Assembly report, and then click View Code. The XML version of the report is displayed:
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Below the page header elements, notice the <CodeModules> element. This element references the assembly name, its version number, culture definition, and public key information. This element is required to identify the assembly.
Important If you create a report definition programmatically and use functions from a custom assembly in the report, be sure to include the <CodeModules> element and the appropriate attributes. Reports that reference the original version of the assembly won t work if a change to a custom assembly results in an incremented version number. To resolve the problem, you need to update the version number in the <CodeModules> element and then republish the reports. See the topic Deploying a Custom Assembly in Reporting Services Books Online for alternative solutions to managing version changes to custom assemblies. 11 Press Ctrl+F and type Red in the Find dialog box, and then click
=AdventureWorks.VB.Extensions.CommonFunctions.GetConditionColor(Me.Va lue,Parameters!CautionValue.Value,Parameters!AlertValue.Value)
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the Find Next button. The first occurrence of Red is found in the <Color> element that belongs to the final textbox of the detail row. 12 Replace the expression in the <Color> element with the following code:
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When you pass arguments to the function in the custom assembly, you can use a reference to a member of a global collection in your report, such as Parameters!CautionValue.Value. The CautionValue and AlertValue parameters have already been added to the report with default values of .20 and .10 respectively. 13 In the Find dialog box, click the Find Next button to find the next occurrence of the string and then replace the expression in the <Color> element with the same code used in the previous step. Repeat this step three more times so that a total of five <Color> elements contain the custom function. 14 Close the Find box and then save and close the XML version of the report. 15 Preview the report. The top of the report looks like this:
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Notice that in the first detail row, the margin percentage is displayed in red because the value is below the default Alert threshold of .1, or 10 %. In the second detail row, the margin percentage is displayed in yellow because the value is between the Alert and the Caution thresholds.
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