SQL Server Performance

User!Language as default parameter

Discussion in 'SQL Server Reporting Services' started by MattiasT, Feb 12, 2004.

  1. MattiasT New Member

    Hi!

    When I uses the global variable User!Language as a default parameter it always defaults to en-US, even if you have another regional setting configuration. Why's that? Is it possible to come around?

    /Mattias
  2. MattiasT New Member

    This happens just in design time in visual studio. It defaults to the language of visual studio that in my case is en-US. When it's deployed it's defaults to the language of the browsser and that's what I want to, so this is not a problem anymore.

    /Mattias


    quote:Originally posted by MattiasT

    Hi!

    When I uses the global variable User!Language as a default parameter it always defaults to en-US, even if you have another regional setting configuration. Why's that? Is it possible to come around?

    /Mattias

    /Mattias

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