changing background  color in SSRS 2005

Posted on 2007-10-08
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
I want to change the background color of a row in a report, by clicking a hyperlink without refreshing the report. IS this possible in SSRS 2005
Question by:scvens
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    Expert Comment

    You could use a JavaScript to help you with this. Firstly add a hyperlink and in the URL box type your javascript.
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    i thinkk its not possible to use javascript for SSRS reports...
    the report HAS To render can have a parameter and check a expression in your row like "=iif(cvalue=1,red,blue)"
    but the report will render again...there is no other dynamic option...

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    hi 4rcl1t3 can you tell me more breefly how do i use java script in this situation. And can you also let me know how do i acess current row using  java script?
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    you going to have to refresh
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    Accepted Solution

    After some more research and testing I'm afraid I'm going to have to agree with the others here, you're going to have to refresh your report.

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