To transform numbers, figures, and measurements into visual information and present it in a meaningful way, RDL standard reporting provides a chart data region. A chart conveys a lot of information in little space and represents data graphically for better
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A subreport item incorporates a report within the body of a main report. As the main report executes, it will invoke the subreport and display its content in the report. You can use a subreport item to display multiple sets
In an earlier blog post, we learned the basic structures of tables, lists, and matrices; the sections of a tablix data region; and visual cues. We had a slight introduction to groups and totals and learned how to design a
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