I want to print the format of a table. You can view the format from enterprise manager under properties, but I was wondering if there is some command that you can use in query analyser to view the stucture of a table?
Having just discovered that linked reports do not retain any print formating applied to the original report I thought I'd check out the forum and see if it was just me having a senile moment or if Microsoft had in fact dropped a clanger of massive proportion.
After reading one or two questions from other RS users it does seem as if Microsoft have stuck again and completely diminished a useful feature by stripping it of anything, well....... useful. Well done MS, you once again have my applause for mind-boggling ineptitude of what should be impossible magnitude. Ah, you've got to laugh.
Maybe this and other bugs with RS2005 will be ironed out in Microsoft Reporting Services 2008 - The Search for More Money.
What I am trying to do is to open an existing report in a Print Friendly format . What is the simplest way to do this using Visual Studio?
Here's the sort of thing I hope is feasible:
I can open my Report on a web page , then on that page can be a button / link for the user in case they want to open that report in a separate window. So I'd like to jump to that page by jumping to an URL and sending all parameters
something like :
http://Dev_Server/Reports/Pages/Report.aspx?ItemPath=%2fMy+Reports%2fTest+Report&rsaramOne=Parameters!paramOne.value + paramTwo=Parameters!paramTwo.value + etc all other parameters , I have on that report
I have a report that the user can print right from the RS site on three pages (each page one page wide). However, when I have the server email the report as an attachment in Excel; Excel tries to print it on four pages with one of the pages spilling over into the fourth page.
How can I get Excel to format the print version just as I have on the RS site?
How can I print a table design. I know that I can display the design by right clicking on a table and selecting DESIGN. However, there are no options in this screen to print the design.
I also tried creating a diagram for a table. I can print the design from the diagram window as long as it fits in the window. However, when I have more columns than can fit on my screen, the print command will only print what is displayed.
Is there an easy way to print the design of a table in SQL 2000?
Hello to everyoneI am using SQL Server Enterprise Manager and I would like to print thestructure of each table of a database, with the purpose to see the wholerecord layout. (In Access there is Analyzer which does that) butapparently I acnnot find anything similar in EM.Who Could help me?Thank you to everyone!RegardsFabio*** Sent via Developersdex http://www.developersdex.com ***Don't just participate in USENET...get rewarded for it!
Hello to everyone!How can I print the structure of a table from the SQL SERVER ENTERPRISEMANAGER?Thank YouFabio*** Sent via Developersdex http://www.developersdex.com ***Don't just participate in USENET...get rewarded for it!
I've just started working with SQL Server Express, and would like to print out a report listing the properties (Ie. field names, data ttypes, length, field description, etc.) of each of the tables in my database.
I need to get a print out of column names, types, and properties for each of the tables. We just started using SQL Express from Access. I cannot find any reference to printing the structures in Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio Express.
I'm using SSRS SP2. I have a table with 1 group defined. I have a group footer that includes sub totals for each group. I have a table footer that includes my grand totals, but this footer will NOT print on a separate page even though I have 'Page Break At End' checked for the group. My groups correctly start on a new page, but when I get to my Grand Total footer line, it prints just after the last group sub-total line. Any ideas what I might be doing wrong? Thanks in advance,
I use RS2000 SP2. I would like to set table header to Print titles option when export a report to excel. I try to create text boxes in stead of table on Page header area. This way seems good, however, this way is difficult for preventing merged cell problem.
Does anyone know good solution? Does it solve at RS2005?
We are running SAP 3.1H on MS SQL server 6.5. We are having serius problems with printing. Here are some error messages from the system log.
Deadlock occurred DB error 1205 at UPD access to table TSP02 MSGNO 1205, MSGSTATE 2, SEVERITY 13 Your server command (process id 92) was deadlocked with another process and has been chosen as deadlock victim. Re-run your commandsrvname SAPPROD : procname YR200000015BKH4037TSP02 : line 2 Spool: RT_UPDATE error 1 for table TSP02 DB error 0 at UPD access to table TSP02
Spool: RT_UPDATE error 1 for table TSP02 DB error 0 at DEL access to table TST01
Database error: TemSe->XRTAB(5)->1 for table TST01 key SPOOL25171 ,1 Database error: TemSe->XRTAB(5)->1 for table TST01 key SPOOL25171 ,1 Some error in TemSe management DB error 0 at DEL access to table TSP01
The system log is full of these errors, we have a lot of inconsistency's in the temse objects. Can you tell me wat the solution is or cult be for this problem??
I wan to print out the dynamic query result so that i can use as a script for some tasks.This is the scenario wher i got stuck, i am not able to print out the result as it return only the last value because of OUTPUT param limitation
Is there any way to print all the 3 INSERT stmt.
IF OBJECT_ID ('tempdb.dbo.#temp') IS NOT NULL DROP TABLE #temp CREATE TABLE #temp (Command varchar(8000)) INSERT INTO #temp SELECT 'INSERT INTO Test1(column1,column2)values(1,2)' UNION ALL SELECT 'INSERT INTO Test2(column1,column2)values(1,2)'
UPDATE #2: When it said "Do you want to install Microsoft SQL Server" I said "yes" and that caused it to work. I exited and re-ran and now the print runs w/o the "install SQL Server" (If the prompt had said "Do you want to install the print dialog" we wouldn't be having this discussion...)
UPDATE: After posting this i discovered that the same thing occurs when attempting to print the report direct from IE6: First a dialog pops up "Do you want to install this software?" Name: Microsoft SQL Server. When I click "Don't Install" I get the dialog "unable to load client print control." Since this happens direct from IE6 I suspect it's browser settings. I'll resume tomorrow and post a followup.
My WinForm C# app integrates Reporting Services by calling them from WebBrowser controls. The problem is attempts to print cause a dialog: "unable to load client print control."
I've read prior posts that say "enable Active-X in your browser" - I don't know how to do that from a WebBrowser control.
Any ideas how to support Reporting Services "Print" from within a WebBrowser control?
is there some way to allow this to execute, using a function or something?:
select * from 'cusomer'
you see i have a list of about 300 table name in string format, and i want to use a cursor to itterate through each table, but as all the table names are in string format i cant get it done. any ideas??
How can I print a field that is in the dataset on each page? I added a textbox in the Page Header and use =Fields!ProjectName.value in the value property. I got an error "Fields cannot used in page header and footer."
How can I have the table header shows on each page? Currently if the data goes to the second page, there is no table header.
The question is, how can I produce something like the following table using the above table: The idea is to show the final table (at the very bottom) on a web page. So I am thinking if I get the table right in sql server then the rest is fine.
2BM BB1 3NS
A2 12 87 45 A3 7 98 32 B2 9 4 88 B3 11 32 12
Since I am using sql server 2000, I do not think I can use something like the pivot sql functionality as sql 2005 allows. In addition to the above I would like to go one step further to have a sql to produce the following result (Notice the extra texts):
2BM BB1 3NS
user info positive nums A2 12 87 45 yesterdays info negative values A3 7 98 32 contact manage B2 9 4 88 contact method B3 11 32 12
Hi. I am sitting here as a newbie programming my first web application.I have in my tables a column ‘Birthday’ declared as a smalldatetime (I only want to store year, month and day).Where Year, Month ans Days are dropdownlist. Inserting the data I use this code: Dim Birthday As New DateTime(Int32.Parse(Year.SelectedValue), Int32.Parse(Month.SelectedValue), Int32.Parse(Days.SelectedValue))-and then I use Birthday in my stored procedures. Whan I look into my tabel is ses the value is stored like this: 12.01.1996 00:00:00 This is also the result if I change the column declaration from smalldatetime to DateTime.Is 12.01.1996 00:00:00 (mm.dd.yyyy) the correct value in my DB. I whould have expecetd dd.mm.yyyy or yyyy.mm.dd ?
Hi, I am trying to import an excel spreadsheet to the sql server database, I have 7 spreadsheets. in that 6 of them work fine, but when i try to import the 7th i am getting and error called External Table is not in the expected format System.Data.OleDb.OleDbException: External table is not in the expected format