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Underlay following section option in Sql Server Reporting Services

Posted on 2010-08-26
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Dear Experts,

I have one report made in reporting services.
I want to display details section of report with group header section.  Is there underlay following section
feature in SSRS like crystal reports.

In the attached file, i want to display vessel name in the same line of CPIC name

Thanks and Regards
Subodh Anant Mestry
Report-CPIC-Individual-Details.pdf
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by:tickett
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How have your got the report canvas configured/laid out which is causing the vessel name to be below and not in-line?

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by:swarajya
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Thanks for your prompt answer.

Vessel Name is kept in detailed section and all the other fields in group header section.

Thanks
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by:tickett
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Ahh- i see. As mentioned, i'm new to SSRS but i expect there is some form of "first record of group" expression. Try looking at the definition of: RowNumber()

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms157328.aspx

You can then place the vessel field in both the group header and the detail section. The conditionaly hide the detail section where RowNumber(groupname)=1

Hope that helps!

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Hi
First is the function which should take first item from a group of items. Subreports are also quite useful where you want to embed certain elements based on the group data (used as subreport parameters).

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Emil
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Dear Experts,

Thanks for replies. I found the solution.  

I took one List object from reporting services toolbox.  

Right Click on list -> Properties -> General Tab -> Edit Details Group -> In expression select field to group on.

In my case it is CPIC Name


Then add table in that list from toolbox

In details section of table, add field which is from transaction table (in my case it is vessel name)

Format the table properly and drag that list control to the header part of parent table.

That will do the trick.

Anyways thaks for your reply.
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Thanks for the update :) If you haven't already, click on the "accept" link against your own solution.

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