I have a bill template in ssrs. I want to be able to run it against a table of bills and have it in one file generate the bill for each in the table. This means that I need the textboxes in the header and footer to be able to change depending on what bill I am on.
I know I can do this with reportitems, but I'm not sure how to populate reportitems with fields from a recordset.
Wouldn't try this through xml. Pretty sure that would take longer, if it would work at all. Report headers are really for titles, dates, author, etc, static data which is the same for the entire report,
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