SSRS REPORTING SERVICES EXERCISES▼
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- Customising reports (2)
- Using SQL views (3)
- Stored procedures in SSRS (2)
- Stored procedure parameters (2)
- Dropdowns with procedures (3)
- Multivalue parameter procedures (1)
- Improving report navigation (2)
- Linking reports (drilldown) (4)
- Dynamic reports (2)
SSRS Reporting Services | Stored procedure parameters exercise | Report of films using parameters, including null value
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- Go into SQL Server Management Studio;
- Open the SQL file you've just unzipped (you can press CTRL + O to do this); then
- Execute this script.
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Create a stored procedure called spFilmsByLength listing all of the films whose duration in minutes lies between two parameter values (the upper one of which may be null, in which case it should be ignored).
Somewhere within your stored procedure should be a criterion similar to:
(RunTimeMinutes <= @MaxLength or @MaxLength is null)
Create a report based on this stored procedure called Length IS important to look like this when it first loads (ie the minimum length should default to 120, and the maximum should allow null values):
The duration should last between two values which the user will type in.
Check that your report works for various combinations of parameters, then close it down.