WISE OWL EXERCISES
SSRS REPORTING SERVICES EXERCISES
- Designing a Simple Report (3)
- Data sources and datasets (1)
- Tables (5)
- Grouping tables (6)
- Expressions (8)
- Pages and printing (2)
- Parameters (9)
- Indicators (3)
- Gauges (4)
- Matrices (5)
- Charts (6)
- Data bars and sparklines (2)
- Lists (4)
- Subreports (2)
- Revision of expressions (3)
- Variables (3)
- Embedding code (3)
- Basic Custom Assemblies (2)
- Examples of custom assemblies (1)
- Customising reports (2)
- Stored procedures in SSRS (2)
- Parameters using Stored Procedures (2)
- Dropdown parameters (9)
- Multivalue dropdowns (1)
- Improving report navigation (2)
- Linking reports (drilldown) (4)
- Dynamic reports (2)
SSRS Reporting Services | Dynamic reports exercise | Dynamic chart based on dropdown parameters
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Create a column chart showing the average film length by certificate:
Initially we'll have a simple column chart (as always, yours doesn't have to look like this).
Change the underlying dataset for this chart so that it also includes:
- The DirectorName field (from the tblDirector table)
- The StudioName field (from the tblStudio table)
- The LanguageName field (from the tblLanguage table)
- The CountryName field (from the tblCountry table)
Now introduce a dropdown parameter asking what you want to chart by, and get this to be reflected correctly in all parts of your chart:
Here we're charting average film length by country.
If you're bored, you could always have a drop list for the data field too ...