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ReportViewer and Report Parameters issues

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94035 Apr 19,2010 01:19 PM UTC Apr 21,2010 02:23 PM UTC General Discussion 1
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atul patel
Asked On April 19, 2010 01:19 PM UTC

We are currently working on latest release of the sync-fusion controls. We are trying to pass parameters to the Report at runtime and display parameter value on the Report.

For example, we have designed rdlc. Added ReportParameters in that RDLC. Now, we have taken one textbox to display that value in the parameter. We are passing the value of the parameter using textbox at Run time. How can we achieve this?

On button click, we do as shown below:
ReportParameter reportParam = reportViewer1.reportObject.ReportParameters[0];
ParameterValue paramValue = new ParameterValue();
paramValue.Value = Convert.ToString(textBox1.Text);
paramValue.Label = "ParamTerritoryID";
ParameterValues paramValues = new ParameterValues();
ValidValues vv = new ValidValues();
vv.ParameterValues = paramValues;
reportParam.MultiValue = false;
reportParam.ValidValues = vv;
reportViewer1.reportObject.ReportParameters[0] = reportParam;

Is this appropriate way to display parameter value on report? or we should go through other way?

Suriya [Syncfusion]
Replied On April 21, 2010 02:23 PM UTC

Hi Atul,

Thanks for your interest in Syncfusion products.

The Report Parameter support in Essential Report Viewer control is currently not supportted for RDL/RDLC files.

Currently, we have QueryParameters support for RDL reports.

The Report Definition types and its properties available in the control are for control's internal purposes only, kindly refrain from using it.

Please let us know if you need some more details.



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