SQL Reporting :: Display Of Image In Row Of Reportviewer?
Aug 20, 2010
I am new to this sql reporting service. But anyhow by surfing I am able to bind the report but i was stuck in image display.Anyways, i also managed that. But the real problem is whenever i was keeping a image control in rdlc report i was having session prob. If i remove the image control then as usual report works fine.either for session problem or for image display. I am keeping the image name in database but for binding the rdlc report i am using a store procedure which return the path (static) concating with the image name(kept in database).
I try to use a reportviewer for a localreport. The page ran without error but the ReportViewer didn't display, not even the control itself. To verify I did get the data from the SQL server, I bind the same datatable to a gridview on the same page at the same time. The gridview displays the data without any problem and the reportviewer is just a blank area.
Starting to look into an web app thet uses the ReportViewer to display SSRS reports. This is for SSRS 2008. What would be the best way to go about the follwoing: The reports are sales reports so only ceratin people will get to see certain reports.
1: If a user opens a report which they can see and that report has a subreport which they can't, will the subreport still be viewable?
2: If the webapp will be used by many different people internally and eventually by outside people, what is the best security startegy to use, just plain ServerReportCredentials passing, or something else?
I realise this is a fairly common question, but I have read this forum, and many other sources - and simply cannot resolve this.I have a website - www.domain.com, hosted by ASPHostCentral. Reporting Services is on my account.service web service URLThe report manager URL is http://ssrs.domain.com/reportsmanager My reports and connection live in a folder called "Matthew McNally".ASPHostCentral setup a user and password, and I can visit both of those sites, enter the username and password, and view the sites. I can upload a test report, and view it in both sites.I cannot get a web page with a reportviewer control on it to display the report - due to the 401 error message.
Imports Microsoft.VisualBasic Imports Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms Imports System.Security.Principal Public Class ReportsServerCredentials Public NotInheritable Class ReportServerCredentials Implements IReportServerCredentials [code]...
I have a database with a Referrals table connected to a Facilities lookup table. I'd like to create a report using ReportViewer in my asp.net web application that shows the number of referrals for each month in a given date range for each Facility. So the report would look like (for the date range 1/1/2010 - 4/30/2010):
I want to do ReportViewer, and i want have created a DataSet. I fail to drag the data table from ToolBox. My ToolBox doesn't exist any data table. The output i want to archive is something like this in my DataSet
For many of the pages I build, I don't wish to have the ReportViewer visible until firing an event such as a button click. Using .Net 4.0 and ReportViewer10, however, throws the error "Message: Sys.ArgumentNullException: Value cannot be null. Parameter name: panelsCreated" if you try to keep a panel containing the ReportViewer hidden until after a button click.Since I couldn't find much about this topic online, I'd basically been working around this for some time until I figured out today that if you reset the ReportViewer ReportPath in the code behind in the button click (even if it's the same path as in the aspx page), you can successfully keep the ReportViewer hidden until the button click.
I have created many reports in my ASP.Net 3.5 app's and using VB Code-behind. I have the following code that will take the report from the reportviewer and on a click of a button, export it to PDF. So now, I can hide the reportviewer and just have the button click events generate my PDF's. I do not know how to tweak this code to enable me to print directly from another button's click event without the reportviewer being visible.
What I am looking for is how to fill the tableadapter that I am using in the .xsd dataset file to the I do not have to incorporate reportviewers anymore?I know my code above would need to be adjusted so that its not looking at ReportViewer1 for the Report/Data... But I do not know how to do this.
I have a ReportViewer control on an ASP.Net page and an RDLC set up that uses a TableAdapter that pulls one record. This works fine.I'd like to have the *same* RDLC use a different TableAdapter (schema of table is the exact same, but may have multiple records). I've tried putting two DataSets in my RDLC and having the code dynamically select which one to use, but it's not working quite right for me.
i am able to bind ds to GridView. So can i also bind ds to reportViewer???I have search online and mostly require to add new DataSet(right-click project ->add new item->DataSet ) and Report(right-click project ->add new item->Report) to bulid the report.Is there a way for me to bind ds to reportViewer like i bind ds to GridView??
i am using asp.net 2.00(visual studio 2005 std edition) i have designed a report in reportviewer which runs fine on localhost server but when deployed on server it shows no data from other computers , after searching net i found that dynamic binding of dataset and reportviewer is required , so i entered following codes (dtgraph is data table name and graph.axd is data set name ) the code gives error that dtgraph is not declared , where i should declare it / any solution
ReportViewer1.Visible = Protected Sub Page_Load(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Me.LoadTrue ReportViewer1.ProcessingMode = Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms.ProcessingMode.Local rep.Refresh() rep.ReportPath = Dim rep As Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms.LocalReport = ReportViewer1.LocalReportDim rds As Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms.ReportDataSource = New Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms.ReportDataSource()"graph.rdlc" rds.Name = "graph_dtgraph" rds.Value = dtgraph.tables End End Sub Class
I have a reportviewer that uses a dynamically generated RDLC (which means the RDLC is created at run-time through an XSL) to generate reports. I have no issue loading the report. My problem is with its toolbar. It is always disabled. I can't perform search, change the report size, or export the report to another file format.
I am using Visual Studio 2005 and Report Viewer to generate a few reports that I extract from a MS SQL 2005 DB. Everything is working fine, but I want to be able to pass 2 parameters from my ASP.NET C# file to the report file (.rdlc) and show it on the generated report.
My C# file has these lines, which I believe pass the parameters off
i have installed sql server 2008 with reporting service and visual studio 2008 and business intelligence when i create a new project asp.net web site, i need to use some report, so i add the control reportivewer in my page and in the property windows when i have to set the destination report, i am unable to set it, in the dropdown list does not compares nothinghow can i do?
i want to use reportviewer web control in my web site,so add assembleis in my bin root(Microsoft.ReportViewer.Common.dll,Microsoft.ReportViewer.WebForms.dll,Microsoft.ReportingServices.ProcessingObjectModel.dll)
and add xml tags in my web.config,in localhost all thing is right but when in upload web on my server and want to view reports i have this error:System.Security.SecurityException: That assembly does not allow partially trusted callers.
I set trust level in web.config to "full",medium,high and etc but my problem didnt solve.