I have a problem processing subreport. Here is the situation. I have two reports 1) Report1.Rdl, 2)Report2.Rdl.
Report1.Rdl acts as the main...
Even I am getting this same error. I am using ASP page to query (Select statement) on SQL table.
I get this error sometimes but not always....
I had posted the same question in Microsoft Technet and I got this answer:
This is expected behavior. What you are doing is a...
But during execution of the first Select statement there is no error raised. Infact, the result is displayed as "0 rows affected"....
I am facing a wierd problem condition where SQL compiler is not trapping compile/run time error.
Here is an example to illustrate:
I guess, the string concatenation you are making with Int datatype, while firing EXEC is causing problem.
Try typecasting the Int variables to...
Thanks for the SQL statement that lets us know the version and service pack info.
I thought of doing the DB changes but as this is a legacy system being converted to SQL server 2000 sometime back, I thought better not to...
Thanks a lot.
We use the kind of query as suggested by Adriaan and MMarovic.
But just wanted to know if there is any other way to avoid this NULL...
I have an application that runs on SQL Server 2000 (don't know the Service Pack). In the application, I have a few SQL Select statements...
I am also experiencing the same problem. I have set the page size to 14X8.5 for one of my reports and when I export it to PDF, it compresses the...
As far as I know, custom error handling is not possible. RS displays its own Error message as "#Error".
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