I've read a bunch of threads and can't seem to find an exact problem as what I'm having.
I believe my problem is simple enough to understand, but might not be that simple to solve. I'm hoping otherwise.
My report shows columns:
SummedInvoiceAmounts (summed from SQL query)
The problem is that we have the same CustomerNumber with multiple CustomerNames:
CustomerNumber CustomerName Sum Region
ABC advancedballoon 1000 East
ABC AdvancedBall. 1000 East
As you can see they are the same company but in our Accounting system they show up mulitple times (about 20 companies like this). This is from clerks adding in multiple ways or misspelling, etc. Can't fix, but have to work around.
Anyhow, I have my detail row that shows two lines for the companies like this and one line for the companies that are correct. I have this report I have added two groups "Region", "CustomerNumber".
If I put all the detail Fields down in the CustomerNumber footer and hide the detail row the report looks fine to the eye. When adding a Sum down in the Region footer field though; it pulls in the added amount and makes the total wrong.
I tried running value, but it's basically the same as the sum for what I need and it doesn't work. Is there a simple way to do this using the reporting tool? In Crystal this was very easy, but I haven't figured this out yet. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
MDC1 DrgDesc1 Chronic 50 Other 25 Total cases for DrgDesc1= 75
DrgDesc2 Chronic 20 Other 33 Total cases for DrgDesc2 = 53
I have everything working up to the Total cases for each DrgDesc. I tried adding a group footer to the Cases row, however this sub-totals for Chronic and Other rather than summing them together. Example is below.
MDC1 DrgDesc1 Chronic 50 50 Other 25 25 DrgDesc2 Chronic 20 20 Other 33 33
I want to display a concatinated value of strings (DB field) having a "/" in between, for each group separately in the group footer.I tried using custome code.I was calling that code in detail.In detail it was showing correctly i.e running concatenated value for each record.But when i used the same global variable in group footer it's taking previous group's concatenated value and first groop footer shows a blank string.I guess its because groop footer thing is getting executed before the detail part.so can you please give me any solution for this.
I am new to SSRS 2005 and so far the only way I can figure out how to edit groups in a table is to right click on the group header or footer and select Edit Group. But how would you edit the group if you chose to not have a header or footer? And how would you delete the group for that matter? I'm looking for something like the Crystal Reports Group Expert.
I am using RS 2005 with SP2. I am trying to print a table Group footer on a brand spanking new page. I have checked the "Page Break at Start" of the Group, However in the Report view the footer starts printing directly below the end of the group, and not on a new page. I have also tried to add a rectangle to the group footer and selected Page Breaks before rectangle but the group footer still doesnt print on a page of its own. I would appreciate any suggestions.
[rsInvalidAggregateScope] The Value expression for the textbox Äėtextbox129Äô has a scope parameter that is not valid for an aggregate function. The scope parameter must be set to a string constant that is equal to either the name of a containing group, the name of a containing data region, or the name of a data set.
I ran into this a few weeks ago and found that several others had as well, but no one had yet found an answer. I found the answer (at least one of the answers) this weekend and wanted to share it. I had recently added a subreport to a group footer in a table and started getting an error. Depending on the data, the error wasn't always present. I didn't have a problem when I moved the subreport to any other area in the report.
Here is the error I was getting:
An error occurred during local report processing
An internal error occurred on the report server. See the error log for more details.
It was a local report (rdlc), so naturally, there was no error log <g>. I added an event handler for ReportError and collected this information:
7/23/2006 5:18:22 PM OS: Microsoft Windows NT 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2
*** EXCEPTION *** Message: Exception has been thrown by the target of an invocation. Source: mscorlib Stack Trace: at System.RuntimeMethodHandle._InvokeMethodFast(Object target, Object arguments, SignatureStruct& sig, MethodAttributes methodAttributes, RuntimeTypeHandle typeOwner) at System.RuntimeMethodHandle.InvokeMethodFast(Object target, Object arguments, Signature sig, MethodAttributes methodAttributes, RuntimeTypeHandle typeOwner) at System.Reflection.RuntimeMethodInfo.Invoke(Object obj, BindingFlags invokeAttr, Binder binder, Object parameters, CultureInfo culture, Boolean skipVisibilityChecks) at System.Delegate.DynamicInvokeImpl(Object args) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.InvokeMarshaledCallbackDo(ThreadMethodEntry tme) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.InvokeMarshaledCallbackHelper(Object obj) at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.runTryCode(Object userData) at System.Runtime.CompilerServices.RuntimeHelpers.ExecuteCodeWithGuaranteedCleanup(TryCode code, CleanupCode backoutCode, Object userData) at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.RunInternal(ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state) at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.Run(ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.InvokeMarshaledCallback(ThreadMethodEntry tme) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.InvokeMarshaledCallbacks() at System.Windows.Forms.Control.WndProc(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.ScrollableControl.WndProc(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.ContainerControl.WndProc(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.UserControl.WndProc(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.ControlNativeWindow.OnMessage(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.ControlNativeWindow.WndProc(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.NativeWindow.DebuggableCallback(IntPtr hWnd, Int32 msg, IntPtr wparam, IntPtr lparam) at System.Windows.Forms.UnsafeNativeMethods.DispatchMessageW(MSG& msg) at System.Windows.Forms.Application.ComponentManager.System.Windows.Forms.UnsafeNativeMethods.IMsoComponentManager.FPushMessageLoop(Int32 dwComponentID, Int32 reason, Int32 pvLoopData) at System.Windows.Forms.Application.ThreadContext.RunMessageLoopInner(Int32 reason, ApplicationContext context) at System.Windows.Forms.Application.ThreadContext.RunMessageLoop(Int32 reason, ApplicationContext context) at System.Windows.Forms.Application.Run(Form mainForm) at SX.MainProgram.Main() in C:Documents and SettingsMYeagerMy DocumentsVisual Studio 2005ProjectsSXSXMainProgram.cs:line 22
*** INNER EXCEPTION *** Message: Reporting Service Exception Source: SX Stack Trace: at SX.ReportSalesForm.reportViewer1_ReportError(Object sender, ReportErrorEventArgs e) in C:Documents and SettingsMYeagerMy DocumentsVisual Studio 2005ProjectsSXSXReportFormsReportSalesForm.cs:line 84 at Microsoft.Reporting.WinForms.ReportViewer.OnError(Exception e) at Microsoft.Reporting.WinForms.ReportViewer.UpdateUIState(Exception e) at Microsoft.Reporting.WinForms.ReportViewer.OnRenderingCompleteUI(ProcessThreadResult result, PostRenderArgs postRenderArgs)
*** INNER EXCEPTION *** Message: An error occurred during local report processing. Source: Microsoft.ReportViewer.WinForms Stack Trace: at Microsoft.Reporting.WinForms.LocalReport.InternalRender(String format, Boolean allowInternalRenderers, String deviceInfo, CreateAndRegisterStream createStreamCallback, Warning& warnings) at Microsoft.Reporting.WinForms.LocalReport.InternalRender(String format, Boolean allowInternalRenderers, String deviceInfo, String& mimeType, String& encoding, String& fileNameExtension, String& streams, Warning& warnings) at Microsoft.Reporting.WinForms.ProcessingThread.ProcessThreadMain(Object arg)
*** INNER EXCEPTION *** Message: An internal error occurred on the report server. See the error log for more details. Source: Microsoft.ReportViewer.Common Stack Trace: at Microsoft.ReportingServices.Diagnostics.Utilities.RSTraceInternal.Assert(Boolean condition, String componentName) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteVariant(Object variant, Boolean convertDBNull) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteScopeTableValues(Object value) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteScopeTableValues(Object value) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteScopeLookupTable(ScopeLookupTable scopeTable) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteSubReport(SubReport subReport) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteReportItem(ReportItem reportItem) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteReportItemList(ReportItemList reportItems) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteReportItemCollection(ReportItemCollection reportItems) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteRectangle(Rectangle rectangle) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteReportItem(ReportItem reportItem) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteReportItemList(ReportItemList reportItems) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteReportItemCollection(ReportItemCollection reportItems) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteTableRow(TableRow tableRow) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteTableRowList(TableRowList rows) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteTableGroup(TableGroup tableGroup) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteTable(Table table) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteDataRegion(DataRegion dataRegion) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteReportItem(ReportItem reportItem) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteReportItemList(ReportItemList reportItems) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteReportItemCollection(ReportItemCollection reportItems) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteReport(Report report) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.Persistence.IntermediateFormatWriter.WriteReportSnapshot(ReportSnapshot reportSnapshot) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.ChunkManager.SnapshotChunkManager.SaveReportSnapshot(ReportSnapshot reportSnapshot) at Microsoft.ReportingServices.ReportProcessing.ProcessingResult.Save() at Microsoft.Reporting.LocalService.Render(PreviewItemContext itemContext, Boolean allowInternalRenderers, ParameterInfoCollection reportParameters, IEnumerable dataSources, DatasourceCredentialsCollection credentials, CreateAndRegisterStream createStreamCallback, ReportRuntimeSetup runtimeSetup, ProcessingMessageList& warnings) at Microsoft.Reporting.WinForms.LocalReport.InternalRender(String format, Boolean allowInternalRenderers, String deviceInfo, CreateAndRegisterStream createStreamCallback, Warning& warnings)
This wasn't exactly enlightening, an exception in an ASSERT in the reporting services dll, but since I knew that results varied with different data, I tracked it down that way.
The problem occurs when data for group expression is null. If there is no subreport in the group footer, this isn't an issue, but if there is, you get the error. For instance, if your data comes from a SQL statement with a LEFT OUTER JOIN (as mine did), and the group expression uses a column that contains nulls as a result of the LEFT OUTER, this exception will be thrown. This one was VERY DIFFICULT to track down, but it's easily reproducable. It has nothing to do with what (if anything is) on the subreport, what the data the subreport uses looks like, whether there are parameters or not. It's purely having nulls in the data used by the group expression for the main report. I found that if I changed my SELECT from mytable.mycolumn to ISNULL(mytable.mycolumn, 0) the error went away.
I have a report (bills of lading for shipments) that uses a table to organize the data coming in and groups by customer. Each customer grouping has a header, body and footer in the table. A print run might generate 100 bills of lading, each between 1 and 4 pages long.
I have marked the group to force a new page when each new group occurs.
As it is the report runs beautifully EXCEPT that the footer prints wherever it happens to end up -- midway down the final page of the bill and looks quite goofy.
What I really need (and my client is really surprised that SSRS won't me) is to print the group footer at the bottom of the final page of each bill of lading.
Bills of lading may be several pages per customer, so until the group footer is hit, I don't want any footer info at all. As I said, it all works fine except for the final page of each bill, where the group footer occurs whereever it has ended up.
This post didn't get much of a response. So perhaps I should amend it -- If what I am trying to do is impossible, what would be the preferred way?
Im currently writing a report in SSRS which requires to take data in the fields, manipulate and perform functions on it then display it within its own textbox. For example the field Cost is manipulated so that a column will show the cost depreciated after 5 years.
Cost Final Cost
Footer: Totals 1384
My problem is that within each group (as the data is grouped by its type) I need to have a sum of the Final Cost data. As this is NOT a field I cannot use =Sum(Fields!FinalCost.Value, "group_1") but rather I need to use =Sum(ReportItems!FinalCost.Value, "group_1"). I know that SSRS does not allow this, but after trying to find an answer going extensively through google and many forums, I am not able to find a solution on how to sum up the Final Cost column.
If anyone has any ideas on how to resolve this issue I will be greatly thankful,
How can I calculate a subtotal for a Report Item? I have a textbox(lets call it "PlusMinus") in the detail section of my table, which is a calculated textbox of two others (lets call them "Budget" and "Spent"). So, PlusMinus = (Budget - Spent). What I would like to do is get a subtotal for PlusMinus. I have tried several ways, using Sum() or RunningValue, even tried to write code, but I can't seem to get it right. Any ideas??
, COUNT(DISTINCT order_no_ocr) QTYW from Parser_ocr Inner Join Parser_ojb on order_no_ocr = order_no_ojb Inner JOIN RGV_Codes on substring (compl_cde_ojb, 1, 3) = CODE Inner JOIN csg.hist_sbb_Base on hse_key_ocr = hse_key_sbb where substring (compl_cde_ojb, 16, 3) = CODE and ir_tech_ojb between 950 and 999 and compl_dte_ojb BETWEEN '&low' AND '&high' and prin_ocr = 8600 GROUP BY ir_tech_ojb, substring (compl_cde_ojb, 16, 3),compl_dte_ojb,DES, res_name_sbb, ADDR1_HSE, job_typ_ojb, job_class_ojb, order_no_ocr, ls_chg_op_id_ocr, CommissionAUT) group by rollup(TECHN, RESCODE,(COMPLET, DESCRIPTION, NAME, ADDRESS, JOB, TYP, NUMB, OPR)) order by 1, 2,3, 5;
So; if you read my earlier thread here (http://www.dbforums.com/showthread.php?t=1214353), you'll know that I'm trying to build stored procedures to deal with ticketing queries, and that it's all getting a bit complicated. I have, however, made a bit of progress and now have the following working:
SELECT [tblTickets].[id] AS ticketId, [tblEvents].[id] AS eventId, [tblStands].[id] AS standId, [tblAdmissionDates].[id] AS admitDateId, [tblEvents].[event_name], [tblStands].[stand_name], [tblTicketConcessions].[concession_name], [tblMemberships].[membership_name], [tblAdmissionDates].[admission_start_date], [tblAdmissionDates].[admission_end_date], [tblBookingMinQuantities]. AS minBookingQuantity, [tblBookingMaxQuantities].[booking_quantity] AS maxBookingQuantity, MIN([tblQuotas].[quota]) AS Quota, [B]SUM([tblBasket].[ticket_quantity]) AS History, [tblTickets].[price], [tblTickets].[availability]
FROM [tblTickets] LEFT JOIN [tblEvents]ON [tblEvents].[id] = [tblTickets].[event_id] LEFT JOIN [tblStands]ON [tblStands].[id] = [tblTickets].[stand_id] LEFT JOIN [tblBookingDates]ON [tblBookingDates].[id] = [tblTickets]. LEFT JOIN [tblTicketConcessions]ON [tblTicketConcessions].[id] = [tblTickets].[ticket_concession_id] LEFT JOIN [tblBookingQuantities] AS tblBookingMinQuantities ON [tblBookingMinQuantities].[id] = [tblTickets].[booking_min_quantity_id] LEFT JOIN [tblBookingQuantities] AS tblBookingMaxQuantitiesON [tblBookingMaxQuantities].[id] = [tblTickets].[booking_max_quantity_id] LEFT JOIN [tblAdmissionDates]ON [tblAdmissionDates].[id] = [tblTickets].[admission_date_id] LEFT JOIN [tblMemberships]ON [tblMemberships].[id] = [tblTickets].[membership_id] LEFT JOIN [tblQuotas]ON ([tblQuotas].[event_id] = [tblTickets].[event_id] OR [tblQuotas].[event_id] IS NULL) AND ([tblQuotas].[stand_id] = [tblTickets].[stand_id] OR [tblQuotas].[stand_id] IS NULL) AND ([tblQuotas].[admission_date_id] = [tblTickets].[admission_date_id] OR [tblQuotas].[admission_date_id] IS NULL) AND ([tblQuotas].[concession_id] = [tblTickets].[ticket_concession_id] OR [tblQuotas].[concession_id] IS NULL) AND ([tblQuotas].[membership_id] = [tblTickets].[membership_id] OR [tblQuotas].[membership_id] IS NULL) AND ([tblQuotas].[ticket_id] = [tblTickets].[id] OR [tblQuotas].[ticket_id] IS NULL) [B]LEFT JOIN [tblBasket] ON [tblBasket].[ticket_id] = [tblTickets].[id] LEFT JOIN [tblOrders] ON [tblOrders].[id] = [tblBasket].[order_id]
WHERE 1=1 AND ([tblTickets].[ticket_open] = 1) AND (([tblEvents].[id] = @eventId OR @eventId = 0)AND ([tblEvents].[event_open] = 1)) AND (([tblStands].[id] = @standId OR @standId = 0)AND ([tblStands].[stand_open] = 1)) AND (([tblAdmissionDates].[id] = @admissionDateId OR @admissionDateId = 0)AND ([tblAdmissionDates].[date_open] = 1)) AND ([tblTicketConcessions].[id] = @concessionId OR @concessionId = 0) AND ((getdate() BETWEEN [tblBookingDates]. AND [tblBookingDates].[booking_end_date]) OR ([tblBookingDates].[booking_start_date] IS NULL AND [tblBookingDates].[booking_end_date] IS NULL)) AND (([tblMemberships].[id] IN (SELECT [membership_id] FROM [tblUsers_Memberships] WHERE [user_id]=@userId)) OR [tblMemberships].[id] IS NULL) [B]AND ([tblOrders].[user_id] = @userId OR @userId=0)
GROUP BY [tblTickets].[id], [tblEvents].[id], [tblStands].[id], [tblAdmissionDates].[id], [tblEvents].[event_name], [tblStands].[stand_name], [tblTicketConcessions].[concession_name], [tblMemberships].[membership_name], [tblAdmissionDates].[admission_start_date], [tblAdmissionDates].[admission_end_date], [tblBookingMinQuantities].[booking_quantity], [tblBookingMaxQuantities].[booking_quantity], [tblTickets].[price], [tblTickets].[availability] GO
Except... there's two problems with it. One is that it only returns tickets that you've already bought, the other is that it doens't work out correctly how many of those tickets you've bought in past orders.
Both the orders in there are for the same user id: "1". All the tickets in there are tied to event "2".
When I run Exec dbo.getAvailableTickets 2,0,0,0,1, it tells me it's found 6 of ticket 5, 4 of ticket 6 and 12 of ticket 14. And I can't for the life of me figure out how it's calculating it. Any ideas?
And how do i get it to return all tickets regardless of whether you've bought them previously or not?
Hello Everyone I've created a report with a simple dataset that is similar to this
City , RequestID, Request Amount, ClaimID, ClaimAmount El Monte 791 52,982.00 2157 41,143.75 El Monte 3691 11,838.00 3140 8,231.14 El Monte 3691 11,838.00 3141 990.00 El Monte 3691 11,838.00 3142 2,615.00
So I group by City, RequestID. On the first group I specified the expression to be City and in the header I list the city and in the footer I list the sum of Request amount. On the second group I specified the group by Request so in the header I placed requestID and on the footer I placed Request Amount. I set request information to hide the duplicates and I even add =Sum(Fields!RequestApprovedGrandTotal.Value,"GroupByRequestID") the scope of the group. But this is what I get:
For requestID = 3691 for Request Amount is 35,514.00 not 11,838.00. All the claim sums are correct and they are located on the detail row.
I've read that a work around is to create multiple dataset but I honestly believe that something as simple as this should work on the reporting server 2000. So I've come to the conclusion that I must be doing something wrong. Can someone give me a hand on this. Thanks.
Date Customer Voucher Number Document Amount Check Amount
7/15/2006 Company G 101 15.00 45.00
7/15/2006 Compnay G 101 25.00 45.00
7/15/2006 Compnay G 101 5.00 45.00
7/18/2006 Company A 102 35.00 35.00
7/25/2006 Company M 103 45.00 50.00
7/25/2006 Company M 103 15.00 50.00
This represents the final report this is what I am getting
Date Customer Voucher Number Document Amount Check Amount Check Amount
(Hidden) Group 1 Header = Voucher Number
(Hidden) Detail 7/15/2006 Company G 101 15.00 45.00 45.00
(Hidden) Detail 7/15/2006 Company G 101 25.00 45.00 45.00
(Hidden) Detail 7/15/2006 Company G 101 5.00 45.00 45.00
Group 1 Footer 7/16/2006 Company G
45.00 45.00 135.00
(Hidden) Group 1Header = Voucher Number
(Hidden) Detail 7/18/2006 Company A 102 35.00 35.00 35.00
Group 1 Footer 7/19/2006 Company A
35.00 35.00 35.00
(Hidden) Group 1 Header = Voucher Number
(Hidden) Detail 7/25/2006 Company M 103 45.00 50.00 50.00
(Hidden) Detail 7/25/2006 Company M 103 15.00 50.00 50.00
Group 1 Footer 7/25/2006 Company M 103 60.00 50.00 100.00
Grand Total: 140.00 130.00 270.00
(I am using a table)
I can get the correct total for the Group 1 Footer Check Amount by dividing the Total by a count of the Voucher Numbers, but I have not been able to add the Group 1 totals of the Check Amount for the Grand Total in the footer. I have made various attempts using RunningValue with the Group 1 Check Amount Total field, but always getting a error - mostly that the scope was not correct.
I have a question about using RunningValue. My data has multiple records for one ID. But I only want to have a runningtotal based on one value from each ID and grouping by area.
To illustrate my problem,
Area 1 ID 1 4 ID 1 4 ID 1 4 ID 1 4 ID 1 4
ID 2 1 ID 2 1 ID 2 1 ID 2 1
I would like to have the runningtotal to be equal to 5 and not 24. If I use =RunningValue(Fields!Amt.Value, sum, "Area"), I will be getting 24.
Currently I'm using a custom code to get the value in the ID group footer but I can't pass the value to the "Area" group footer. I tried using ReportItems to pass the value out but received an error. The error message is given: "The Value expression for the textbox 'textbox100' refers to the report item 'textbox28'. Report item expressions can only refer to other report items within the same grouping scope or a containing grouping scope." I also tried using code.Total (Total is the global variable holding the sum) at the "Area" group footer but the value is "delayed". Meaning total of Area1 = 0, Area2 = Total of Area1 and so on.Any idea on how to shift the total up?
I also tried RunningValue(Fields!Amt.Value, MAX, "Area"), it only gives me the maximum value in the Area group, not the running total of all the maximum values of each ID.
As for RunningValue(Fields!Amt.Value, Count, "Area"), it gives me the total rows in the Area group.
Is there a way to sum on distinct ID in the Area group? Or inserting an iif condition in the runningvalue? I tried Runningvalue(iif(First(Fields!ID.value), Fields!Amt.Value, Nothing), sum, "Area") since I wanted the first value of each ID but it says it cannot have an aggregate function within an aggregate.
Is there a method to write something along the line of >>> iif(Fields! ID.Value = distinct, Fields!Amt.Value, Nothing).
Using Select Distinct in the query doesn't help because the other fields are different and I need to display all the records.
I have a form that uses some header information (like client ID with name, address, etc) and then uses a table for orders that customer has placed. I now need to print something like a page number (but not in the header or footer). When I try RowNumber, this does not work as the dataset is returning multiple records for the first customer and then the next item in the list (the next customer ID) skips the number of records from the first. So I need the first one to have 1, the second to have 2 and so on. I tries RunningValue, but for each record it starts back at 1. What I need is like a counter.
How would I go about this and thanks for the help.
I have a couple of columns in a table where I would like to summarize the total value of that column in the group's footer. I also want to filter that total just by that column, so I am creating a RunningValue statement like this:
I've created a CalculatedField in my dataset, set to:
...however when I Preview the report, VS returns the error:
An error occurred during local report processing. An internal error occurred on the report server. See the error log for more details
...and then blows up, requiring a restart. I've tried this on several different reports with same results.
I must have the RunningValue() as a Field for purposes of creating something like a ReverseRunningValue() (which adds from bottom-to-top instead of top-to-bottom). This stems from the need to perform a Previous() call, which requires a field as a parameter. (If I could use Previous() to refer to a textbox object, then I could put RunningValue() in a texbox instead, but this doesn't seem to work).
I am trying to create sequential running totals based on the months. I have included the two expression I've been trying to use. I have one group created called table1_MO_NUMBER and four sequential fields that need individual running totals. I am using Reporting Services 2005. The Totals column is the result of the expression. I added an additional column that displays what the running totals should be. Any suggestions would be helpful. Barb
1 MTD NET ACTUAL 2,235
2 PLAN 3,158
3 FCST 3,200
4 LY MTD NET ACTUAL 1,853 Totals Totals should be.
Hi, I am creating some earned value reports that display project budget, actual cost to date, projected cost, and earned value. I have all of the data stored by month so I am using the Running Value function to display the data on a graph such that at any given point on the graph, it is showing total dollars as of that date. This works great for a single project or a summation of projects.
I also want the ability to create a batch set of reports for a series of projects, basically they input a list of project numbers, and a new graph is generated for each one. To do this, I created a "batch report" that has a subreport in a table's group with project id being the grouped on field, it passes that project id to the subreport as input.
I get exactly what I want - a new report for each project, but the problem is, running value on the graphs is not working across the projects. It's fine for the first project, but all subsequent projects are getting messed up. For instance, one project with a max budget of 200K is showing with a max budget of 400K, actuals are getting nulled out, etc. It's as if for some reason, the RunningValue isn't getting reset across the subreport....
An example of my value field on one of the lines (not copy and pasted so forgive any syntax errors - I'm not on my development box):
(The point of the max is so that the graph stops on months without actuals - that is months that haven't occured yet)
My FakeSeries is just on projectID and is just for the purpose of resetting the Running Value (or so I thought).
Does anyone have any input or advice on how to get this working? Why is RunningValue getting messed up across subreports? If I only give the batch report one project ID, the data is great. (I know it's the running value because if I take out running value and just graph the SUM - all the values are correct). If anyone has an alternate way of doing this sort of batch report I'm all ears as well!
I have a report where certain columns have values that get repeated, but the client has a rigid requirement for not wanting these columns as groups in the reports (other programs and exports doing specific tasks with those values). In these reports, the "hide duplicates" value is checked, so as to give an aesthetic sense of grouping.
The data for the report, in raw form is:
Value 1 A
Value 1 B
Value 1 C
Value 2 D
Value 2 E
Value 2 F
Value 3 G
Value 3 Hetc...
In its aesthetic form, it is:
Value 1 A
Value 2 D
Value 3 G
My question is, how can I use RunningValue() to give me the following row numbers based upon those repeated values acting as grouping, since I'm not using formal grouping in the report design?
I currently have an Ungrouped Dataset being displayed in a Table. One of the columns include AMOUNT. This is an example of what my report looks like atm: ================== **Report Name**
No Name Amount
Signed By XXXX ==================
I would like to display a SUBTOTAL of the Amounts for each page and, on the final page, a TOTAL of the Amounts. Yes the Last Page's SubTotal and Total will be the same. Looking like: ===============================
pg1 **Report Name**
No Name Amount Sub Total Amount Signed By XXXX
(lastpage) **Report Name**
No Name Amount
(<-----no huge spaces between Table/Subtotal) Sub Total Amount
Signed By XXXX
Issues: I've found a way to get a Page's SubTotal, but the way I found requires this to be put in a field on the Page Footer Section. This means that on the final page, the SubTotal will be at the top of the Page Footer and not neccessarily directly beneath the table.
So: 1. Is there a way to move the Page Footer so that its printed DIRECTLY under neath the Page Body instead of at the bottom of the Page? 2. If not, is there a way to have the SubTotal of each Page and a Final Page Total in the Page Body section. Cheers.
I have an SSRS 2012 table report with groups; each group is broken ie. one group for one page, and there are multiple groups in multiple pages.
'GroupName' column has multiple values - X,Y,Z,......
I need to group 'GroupName' with X,Y,Z,..... ie value X in page 1,value Y in page 2, value Z in page 3...
Now, I need to display another column (ABC) in this table report (outside the group column 'GroupName'); this outside column itself is another column header (not a group header) in the table (report) and it derives its name partly from the 'GroupName' ¬†values:
Value X for GroupName in page 1 will mean, in page 1, column Name of ABC column must be ABC-X Value Y for GroupName in page 2 will mean, in page 2, column Name of ABC column must be ABC-Y Value Z for GroupName in page 3 will mean, in page 3, column Name of ABC column must be ABC-Z
ie the column name of ABC (Clm ABC) ¬†must be dynamic as per the GroupName values (X,Y,Z....)
GroupName ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†¬†Clm ABC-X
GroupName ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†¬†Clm ABC-Y
GroupName ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†¬†Clm ABC-Z
I have been able to use First(ReportItems!GroupName.Value) in the¬†Page Header¬†to get GroupNames displayed in each page; I get X in page 1, Y in page 2, Z in page 3.....
However, when I use¬†ReportItems¬†(that refers to a group name) in the¬†Report Body¬†outside the group,
I get the following error:
Report item expressions can only refer to other report items within the same grouping scope or a containing grouping scope
I need to get the X, Y, Z ... in each page for the column ABC.
I have been able to use this - First(Fields!GroupName.Value); however, I get ABC-X, ABC-X, ABC-X in each of the pages for the ABC column, instead of ABC-X in page 1, ABC-Y in page 2, ABC-Z in page 3, ...
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