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Building Custom Reporting Tools
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By hiding the Parameters area of the HTML Viewer toolbar, you can see more of the report in the browser window. The only way to change report parameter values now is to change the URL. Note
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When you use URL access parameters to access and display a report, the report parameters and their values are visible in the browser. A user can change the URL by replacing parameter values or by removing the parameters from the URL. The only way to keep these details hidden from view is to programmatically render the report, which you ll learn how to do later in this chapter.
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URL access parameters provide you with additional options for controlling both what you see and what you get. In the previous section, you learned how to hide the Parameters area of the HTML Viewer toolbar. You can also control other features of this toolbar, and thereby affect how the report is displayed, by including the corresponding URL access parameters in the URL request. Some URL access parameters are specific to Report Server and give you control over what is delivered in response to your request, such as a particular rendered format or a report snapshot from a certain point in time. Finally, you can use a pair of URL access parameters to pass credentials to a data source.
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All URL access parameters that affect the HTML Viewer use the following syntax: &rc:URLAccessParameterName=URLAccessParameterValue. The name/value pairs for this group of URL access parameters are shown in the following table:
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Use DocMap FallbackPage FindString To Hide a document map. Display a specific page if a search fails. Locate a string in a report. Use with StartFind and EndFind to define the range of pages to search. Display the specified page. Hide the parameters section of the HTML Viewer toolbar. Hide the HTML Viewer toolbar. Resize the report to the specified percentage (expressed as an integer) or to the fit defined by Page Width or Whole Page. Like this
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&rc:DocMap=false &rc:FallbackPage=1 &rc:FindString=helmet&rc:StartFind=1&rcEndFind=5 &rc:Section=10 &rc:Parameters=false &rc:Toolbar=false &rc:Zoom=75
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&rc:Zoom=Whole Page
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You can omit DocMap, Parameters, or Toolbar if you want to display these items. The default value for these parameters is true, and you do not need to explicitly include them in the URL request.
You can also include device-specific information in a URL access parameter using the &rc: prefix. In this case, the name/value pair is the name of the device information settings element and its corresponding value. For example, if you are rendering to a comma separated file (CSV) format, you can replace the default file extension of .csv with another extension, such as .txt. To do this, use this parameter: &rc:Extension=.TXT. Note
There are too many device information settings to be included in this book. However, you can learn more about the settings available for each rendering extension by reviewing the topic, Reporting Services Device Information Settings, in SQL Server Books Online.
The URL access parameters that control Report Server use the same syntax that you use for parameters affecting the HTML Viewer, except that &rc: is replaced by &rs:. You can potentially improve the performance of a request if you use the Command parameter. Because the value that you supply for Command describes what you re asking for, Report Server does not have to look up the item type and determine the response. When you want to view a report, use &rs:Command=Render. If you re interested in seeing a list of items contained in a specified
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folder, use &rs:Command=ListChildren. To view the XML representation of a data source, use GetDataSourceContents. Report Server s response to &rs:Command=GetResourceContents depends on whether the item can be viewed in the browser and whether Report Server needs to prompt you to open or save the file. The complete set of URL access parameters that controls Report Server is shown in the following table:
Use Command To Identify the request to Report Server to improve performance. Valid values: Render, ListChildren, GetDataSourceContents, and GetResourceContents. Like this
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