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How do I redirect to another SSRS report?

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How do I redirect to another SSRS report?
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by:rajvja
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Hi,

    What do you mean by redirect. Is it automatically redirect to another report when one report is accessed ot a hyperlink on any field?

If hyperlink, right click on any field and select properties. In the properties, give the details at the hyperlink.

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by:itcouple
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Hi

It depends on what exactly you mean by 'redirect'. (Just to clarify)

if you use report manager then usually you use jump to report option which require user clicking something on the report. let me know if that is what you need.

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Emil

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by:Mr_Shaw
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Once the user has selected the report parameters and clicked on View Report.... Then redirect to a different report.

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Hi

I've tried that in past, didn't work. The view report is used only to run exising report. (but I did find out that I can specify page number which could be used with page break etc but that I consider overcomplicated with performance issues).

The only known option is to run report and display message (link) click here which then re-directs it.

This is the only option in report manager (you can go outside report manager but that involves asp.net/reportviewer)

Regards
Emil
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by:Mr_Shaw
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thanks... ssrs has limitations...
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Regards
Emil
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