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Advanced properties and code will be used to demonstrate the above. An included XPO project with a sample project for Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 R3 will be included. A simple table control showing a pre-defined list of customer accounts with a subtotal and grouping by customer account.
> A sample report is included, as a starting point, a simple table control was added:
> On the report table, add a parent group:
> For this demonstration, we will include a header and footer to display the group headings and to print a sub total for the group:
> The report table control should look like this:
> Copy the first column headings to the new row, and delete the first row:
> Click on advanced mode. This will allow us to print the groupings for each new page:
> Set the groupings to print on each new page. If the number of transactions prints across multiple pages, the group heading will always print.
> The left column can be deleted as it is not needed. The report should look like this now:
> Formatting is added to the report, to add a grouping footer total for the amount column:
> Running the report, we can see the groupings and totals:
> The sample data in the report is increased so the data in the first group prints across multiple pages:
> To force new grouping to print on a new page. Click on the AccountNumGroup and right click and select Group Properties. Set the Page Break option:
> Each new group will print on a new page:
> To control whether the groups print on a new page, a parameter was added to the report contract. Since Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 SSRS reports do not allow expressions to be used to determine whether a page break occurs in a group, we must create 2 tables and hide the tables based on the new page parameter.
> To hide the Tablix, right click on the Tablix properties and set the hidden properties:
> Enter the following expression. This will be used to hide the table control if the ‘new page’ checkbox is not checked:
> Duplicate the table control, disable the page breaks for the AccountNum group, and enter the following as the expression for the Tablix visibility:
> The end result should look like this. The new page checkbox when running the report will control which Tablix to print:
Try it yourself. Run the report included in this blog with and without the new page checkbox:
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