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Monthly Archives: October 2015

Visual Studio/Report Builder: Shortcut To Expression Window

When designing RDLC reports with Visual Studio or Report Builder how many times have you wished that you had a keyboard shortcut to get to the expression window? Well, I have wished it a lot of times! Then one day I went to a reporting class holdy by the guru Claus Lundstrøm and gave us a lot of useful tips. One among them was this.
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Dynamics NAV Reports (RDLC): SetData, GetData And Line Numbers

In Dynamics NAV reports we use SetData and GetData functions to retrieve data certain data in page headers and footers due to different scopes. In this blog post I’m not going to explain why and how but I’m going to give links to some good posts that does it at the bottom this post. Instead I’m going to give you a tip on how to make the process of adding/finding which data that has a certain index in the SetData function call by using line numbers.

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