SSRS Reporting Services | Grouping tables exercise | Grouping tables - including outlining, 2 levels

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Software ==> SSRS Reporting Services  (99 exercises)
Version ==> SSRS 2012 and later
Topic ==> Grouping tables  (6 exercises)
Level ==> Harder than average
Subject ==> SSRS training
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Create a report, with a dataset showing the language, country, name and box office takings for each film.  You'll need to include the tblCountry, tblLanguage and tblFilm tables in your dataset.

Now create a grouped table listing out films by language, and within language by country, including subtotals of box office takings:

SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 R2 exercise - Grouping tables (image 1)

The effect is easiest to see for Japanese-language films

If you have time, see if you can hide the details for each language until a user clicks on the outline symbol next to it:

SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 R2 exercise - Grouping tables (image 2)

What the report should initially look like

Save this report as What happened to Ran, and close it down.

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