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Drill down functionality in subscription reports

Posted on 2011-09-27
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I had an drill down report in SSRS but when i subscribed the report in (Excel/PDF/Word) the drill down functionality is not working
Can any body help me on this
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Question by:Kanigi
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by:TempDBA
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No idea about pdf and word rendering, but I too have similar setup for excel rendering and it works fine for me.
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by:Kanigi
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can u provid me the details?
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I just created the subscription rendering as we do for general reports. Nothing different.
For test purpose, you can run the report and then export it in excel from the same report manager page. Check the output.
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