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MS CRM SSRS Report Display Quote Products Detail

Posted on 2010-09-21
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I am creating a Quote report from MS CRM using SSRS and Visual Studio.  The Quote report has an area for a sub-report, QuoteProduct.  What I would like to display is all the fields from QuoteProduct vertically under the Quote Product Name field, for multiple Quote Products associated with the Quote, like:

Skylight 1[new_skylightnumber]:
Length: [new_length]
Width:  [new_width]
Height: [new_height]

Skylight 2:
Length:  [new_length]
Width:  [new_width]

If a particular field is null, I want to skip and not show it.  A Table will llist the multiple quoteproducts, but will extend to the right for multiple pages.  

Any suggestions are appreciated!
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Question by:compterk
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by:rakeshAgarwal
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Use matrix instead of tables

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Rakesh
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A matrix will cause problems in report rendering to PDF or Excel.

Another solution is to create multiple rows of the same group/detail level in VS. Then select the row of the table. In the properties window modify the Visibility to show Hidden =iif(Fields!new_field ToBeChecked.Value<>"",false,True)
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I was able to handle the null rows in CRM as opposed to the report.
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