Report, Change The Number Of Rows Per Page
I am fairly new to reporting services and recently created a simple tabular report. There is one table which queries the database and I would like to change the table so there are more than 25 rows of data per page. How do I do this? Also it would be advantageous to know how to set the report to only create a new page for every different item in a column. For eg if I have various data for each date, I would like to only create a new page when the date changes so that all data for a specific date is on one page etc etc.Many Thanks
May 29th, 2008 11:54am
Hello, You can create new page for each new date by following the above steps: Right click on DateGroup and Select Edit group Now Check the Page Break at end checkbox. Click on OK.
May 29th, 2008 12:07pm
Hello, By writing thecustom code also we can solve your issue: Dim RowNumber as Integer Dim RowGroupNumber as Integer Dim PrevCustomerNumber as String Public Function GetRowGroupNumber(Date as String) as Integer If (RowNumber =n and (PrevDate <> CurrentDate) ) then RowGroupNumber = RowGroupNumber +1 RowNumber = 0 End if If PrevDate <> CurrentDate then RowNumber = RowNumber +1 End if PrevDate = CurrentDate GetRowGroupNumber = RowGroupNumber End Function. Hope this solves your problem
May 29th, 2008 12:48pm
When you click page break at end this does put a page break in however it also puts a page break every 25 rows.Many Thanks
May 29th, 2008 1:43pm
Hi, To pagebreak after a specific number of rows, you need to use a grouping with a PageBreakAtEnd property. For your grouping expression, use a count running value to derive a unique group value for each block of N rows. For example: Code Snippet=Ceiling (RowNumber (Nothing)/20) Hopefully this helps
June 3rd, 2008 1:37pm
What I'm trying to do is to extend the number of rows from 25 to say 50 for eg, the pages always breaks at 25. My goal is to page break when a date changes in the date column therefore having all data on each page for each date.
June 3rd, 2008 2:01pm
You can create a group which is grouped on the data value in the dataset and have a page break at the end of this group. Also, make sure that the size of the page is large enough. Thanks.
June 9th, 2008 9:04am
Yao-Jie Tang - MSFT wrote: Hi, To pagebreak after a specific number of rows, you need to use a grouping with a PageBreakAtEnd property. For your grouping expression, use a count running value to derive a unique group value for each block of N rows. For example: Code Snippet=Ceiling (RowNumber (Nothing)/20) Hopefully this helps I can't get this to work.Should the verbage "Nothing" be replaced with the name of the grouping region?
June 18th, 2008 5:15am
hi, i am facing similar problem, i tried PageEndBreake...but it shows that only one group per page... but my problem is to restrict number of rows per page.. Thanx in advance, Sagar Joshi
August 30th, 2010 4:23pm
Hi all, I am facing a similar problem in my report. My report contains a table (Table1) listing employees (Details) by department (Group1). I would like to add a new page break after each 10 records within a group. Current example: MENSWEAR G1Employee1 G1Employee2 ... G1Employee24 <page break> WOMENSWEAR G2Employee1 G2Employee2 ... G2Employee16 <page break> What I would like to achieve: MENSWEAR G1Employee1 G1Employee2 ... G1Employee10 <page break> MENSWEAR G1Employee11 G1Employee12 ... G1Employee20 <page break> MENSWEAR G1Employee21 G1Employee22 ... G1Employee24 <page break> WOMENSWEAR G2Employee1 G2Employee2 ... G2Employee10 <page break> WOMENSWEAR G2Employee11 G2Employee12 ... G2Employee16 <page break> Now as suggested above I tried adding in an extra Grouping with a PageBreakAtEnd above my existing group. This new grouping used the following expression: =CEILING(RowNumber(NOTHING)/10) But all I am getting is the following: MENSWEAR G1Employee1 G1Employee2 WOMENSWEAR G2Employee1 DEPARTMENT1 D1Employee1 D1Employee2 D1Employee3 DEPARTMENT2 D2Employee1 D2Employee2 DEPARTMENT3 D3Employee1 D3Employee2 D3Employee3 <page break> MENSWEAR G1Employee3 G1Employee4 WOMENSWEAR G2Employee2 ... and so on. I hope that all makes sense.
October 6th, 2010 4:21am