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ASP Report Viewer Changing Grouping during runtime

Posted on 2011-03-01
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Using VS2008/c#/odp.net

1. Created a typed dataset as follows
    select last_name,first_name,location,dept,title from employee
2. Using Report Wizard created a group by Location Like
        Location
                    Last Name, First Name , Location, Dept, title

3. Assigned the rdlc to a report viewer control and it works fine.

My requirement to provide reports grouped  either by location, department or title.

I do not want to maintain 3 rdlc report for the above.
I wanted to use one  and change the grouping field at runtime  based on some condition like

Switch (groupby)
{
case: ‘LOCATION’
case:  ‘DEPT’
case: ‘TITLE’
default:  // By default it is grouped by location.
}

Any input is appreciated.

Suresh
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by:Rahul Agarwal
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please refer link:

http://www.codeproject.com/KB/reporting-services/DataGrouping.aspx

it will help you to solve your problem
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by:arvee2003
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Thanks. I will take a look at it.

Hope it works in Local Processing Mode.

Suresh
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by:arvee2003
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I am using VS 2008 and does this work in webforms

Suresh
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Rahul Agarwal earned 1500 total points
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yes it will work on both Winforms as well as Webforms, but the syntax may be changed in webforms to pass parameters.

for your reference please go through the link:

http://www.codeguru.com/cpp/cpp/cpp_mfc/templates/article.php/c12721__2/Dynamic-Data-Grouping-Using-MS-Reporting-Services.htm
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by:arvee2003
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THanks. I did work out for me
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