strange refresh of the parameter area
Hi,I have a couple of parameters on a report that prompts the user.My problem is that I fill a value in the 1st parameter and to fill the next one I have to click twice on the input because of a strange refresh that my browser does when I left the 1st parameter.This is happening for all parameters, not only between the 1st and the 2nd.Do you have any idea how can I make to avoid this because is so unfreandly for the user!?
September 27th, 2005 10:30am
Do you have a dependency between the first and second parameters? If so, clicking out of the first parameter will cause the viewer to auto-postback so that the valid values and default values for the second parameter are updated. To verify that this is the case, instead of clicking on the second parameter, just click the background of the viewer. That should cause the same refresh.
September 28th, 2005 8:59am
Brian,I am experiencing exactly the same issue. The first parameter is a drop down, the second date , etc.As soon as change something in 1st parameter, Report Manager is trying to refresh but I have checked everything and there is NO dependency with the other parameters except that this is a paremeter to the store procedure that will be used to display day within the reportThis is very annoying to our user community !!I was actually hoping in SQL 2005 to have an option that could help avoid refreshing when I wantedHelpMaria
November 30th, 2005 3:08pm
It's possible that the expression used for the second parameter is too complex for report server to parse. In this case, it falls back to assuming that there is a dependency. Your only workaround in this case would be to reorder the parameters such that the more complex one is first. Parameters can only be dependent on earlier parameters, so the report server would not see a dependency.
December 9th, 2005 1:29am
Is there any way of "turning off" this postback ? My parameters are never associated/dependant, and I'd like to disable this feature as it slows down our users. TIA
January 12th, 2006 11:01pm
Unfortunately, no. Short of disabling the entire parameters area and using your own parameter prompts, there is no way to turn it off. The only thing you can do is remove the perceived dependency by reordering the parameters or getting rid of the dynamic default/valid values query.
January 14th, 2006 10:33am
We have the same problems with our report parameters in several of our reportsbut we dont use expressions nor dependencies. All report parameters are mainly connected to 2 data sets. 1 for populating the dropdown and the other is for populating the default values. My question is, why are we still getting post backs on the report parameter regions. Post backs are ok if we have only a couple parameters. But most of our reports has an average of 8 report parameters. These postbacks gets quite annoying.
February 9th, 2006 5:52am
Is therea checklist that we can look at when creating parameters to avoid having post backs?
February 28th, 2006 7:18am
Hi Brian, my RS create a parameter for the date call @dtStartDate this will store the 1st prev monday date from now. in this case will be 6 March, and all data will create basic on this parameter, so the result will take this week result for the report. But is it anyway to allow me to change the value in parameter to other date anytime to view the data for other period? so let say after i upload the report to report manager, can i just change the date to 27 Feb 2006 then reload all other dependency parameter and the out put of the report? regards terence chua
March 7th, 2006 6:39am
I also have this issue. I only have 2 parameters which are @StartDate and @EndDate. For some strange reasons, only the dropdown list for the @StartDate would cause a refresh. I don't want to reverse the order of the 2 since obviously this will confuse users. Is there a way to just simply turn off postbacks for the parameters? Btw, I tried reversing the order, but the postback still happens to whichever is the first parameter in the order.
October 20th, 2006 10:02pm
The problem is having any code in the default expression, my assumption is you might be defaulting the date. Using VB, or even just =1 is enough for RS to have to reevaluate. There is a solve I found though...convert that to SQL and use a dataset instead. This does not seem to cause a strange refresh of parameters in reporting services. More info here: http://maxqtech.com/CS/blogs/david_leibowitz/archive/2007/02/08/3520.aspx
February 8th, 2007 7:44pm
I'm facing the same issue. The posting back after each time selecting a value from a drop down list parameter make our users feel time consuming. I've just triedto open the link:http://maxqtech.com/CS/blogs/david_leibowitz/archive/2007/02/08/3520.aspx However, it produced a "HTTP 500 Internal Error." Is there anyone can help me by sending me the details solution for this issue? (or at least send me a worked URL) My email is: email@example.com Any help are highly appreciated! Many thanks, Son
June 26th, 2008 6:04pm
Hi,Is this problem solved in RS 2008 or is there a hotfix? Our users are getting really annoyed of all postbacks when changing non-dependant parameters. It would be really nice if we could turn on/off parameter postbacks on the report so that when you as a developer know that you don't have any dependant parameters can turn of the parameter postbacks.Regards,Tommi
November 5th, 2008 4:48pm
Hi, Is this problem solved in RS 2008 or is there a hotfix? Our users are getting really annoyed of all postbacks when changing non-dependant parameters. It would be really nice if we could turn on/off parameter postbacks on the report so that when you as a developer know that you don't have any dependant parameters can turn of the parameter postbacks. Regards, Tommi We actually deploy SSRS 2008 reports to CRM Application. When we launch reports via CRM, we encounter postbacks on our reports while selecting static parameters having no default value set. I'll be very grateful if you provide me the right solution.
May 13th, 2011 9:24am
Hi, Is this problem solved in RS 2008 or is there a hotfix? Our users are getting really annoyed of all postbacks when changing non-dependant parameters. It would be really nice if we could turn on/off parameter postbacks on the report so that when you as a developer know that you don't have any dependant parameters can turn of the parameter postbacks. Regards, Tommi We actually deploy SSRS 2008 reports to CRM Application. When we launch reports via MS Dynamics CRM , we encounter postbacks on reports everytime we select a parameter value. Will be great, if there are any known solutions for this issue.
May 13th, 2011 4:18pm