With the default .csv export and the added pipe delimited .txt version, they both include the field names as the 1st row. I need to export to these file types only the data.
What needs to be done to create a export option that DOESN'T include the header row?
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In Summary point 7 is the direct answer to your question.
We don't have a huge amount of control over how the CSV renderer works within reporting services (without diving deep into RDL language). When I have a similar business requirement I; -
1) Get the underlying query of the data source of the SSRS report,
2) create an SSIS project
3) Create a data flow within the SSIS project.
4) Create an OLE DB connection manager within this data flow with similar details to the data source connection details of your SSRS report.
5) Create a OLE DB Source component which references the OLE DB connection manager.
6) Insert the underlying query of the SSRS report into the OLE DB Source component the data flow,
7) Create a flat file connection manager where you can define in more detail how the CSV file is to be created (making sure the check box labelled "Column names in the first data row") is unchecked.
8) Create a flat file destination component which refers to be flat file connection manager you just created.
9) Drag the green arrow from the OLE DB Source component to the flat file destination.
I hope the above helps.
I have Below Report in 2005.
|Product ID||Line Total||Unit Price|
|782|| || |
|784|| || |
| ||2049.0982||2049.0982|| |
This report is not having any Header & Footer So above All Text boxes and Table are under Report Body. I have given name to all Text Boxes. When I am exporting to CSV It is not displaying Table Headre Names. Only it showing Taxt Boxes name whoes value
is changing dynamically.
|ALL,784,2049.098200,2049.0982|| || |
It is Not displaying Text box name
and its value,
It is Not displaying Text box name
& its value,
It is Not displaying Text box name
|Product ID||Line Total||Unit Price|
& its Value.
Table Page break does not work in vs 2010 rdlc also Repeat Header Rows on each page does not work and the header row does not repeated on new pages.
both of them do correctly in vs 2008.
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I have searched all over the boards today for this and I still cannot find the answer. I have a report that has page header information (Report name, date run, date range, etc) and in the body of the report I have a simple 6 column tablix table that shows
When I export the report to Excel in SSRS 2008 R2, the bottom of the page header starts the freeze pane and I lose my freeze pane on the tablix, what could be causing this?
I have all the correct settings on the tablix Static header row, but no matter what I do, the freeze always starts after the last element in the page header...
Any help is appreciated,
I have a requirement to make a delimited flat file from a data base table.
The table has some 20+ columns. I totally understand how to accomplish this part.
What is a bit more tricky is that I need to create a header row that is not delimited.
The final output would look something like this
$header –Opt1 –Opt2 20101005
So how best to accomplish this?
Thanks for your help!
I have created a simple report with a chart to try out SSRS 2008R2.
When I try to export the data to a csv file I get it ok but the header names are not much intuitive.
Is there a way to set a nicer name for those?
I’m trying to find a way to export all data from a table in to a csv file with a header. I’m not concerned at this point with dynamic headers (that would be nice but at this point I’m not picky). I would just like to find a way to programmatically drop a table to a csv file.
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ID ='"'+convert(varchar(50), ID)+'"'
DECLARE @bcpCommand varchar(2000)
SET @bcpCommand ='bcp tempdb..vw_export out
c:\test002.txt -c -T -S SERVER'
EXEC master..xp_cmdshell @bcpCommand
I get this error when I run this query
Create View or Function failed because no column name was specified for column 1.
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I have a very simple table report. I need to be able to export it as a CSV, but I can not have the first line being the header. I need just the data and no header. Is there a way to do this? I tried working with the Output tab on the tables properties, but I only seem to be able to include or exclude columns not the column headers.
I look forward to you response.
I am running several SSRS reports on SQL Server 2008 Web Edition SP1.
When viewing my reports (either in the server-side ReportManager or with the ASP.NET reportviewer on my website), I get the Word, Excel and PDF export options, but not CSV and XML.
Reports are set to render on the server side. Here's the markup of my report viewer:
I am using the "Remote" processing mode, so there should be additional export options.. Here's the markup for my ReportViewer control:
<rsweb:ReportViewer ID="ReportViewer1" runat="server" Height="1138px" ProcessingMode="Remote"
Width="738px" ShowRefreshButton="True" ShowFindControls="False" ShowZoomControl="True"
ZoomMode="PageWidth" AsyncRendering="True" ShowBackButton="False" ShowPageNavigationControls="True" ShowPrintButton="False"
ShowExportControls="True" KeepSessionAlive="True" SizeToReportContent="True">
<ServerReport ReportPath="/LogMyTime/TimeSheetSingleWeek" ReportServerUrl="http://22.214.171.124/ReportServer" />
Also, XML and CSV are still mentioned in the <Render> node of rsreportserver.config, at least in the <Render> element:
<Extension Name="XML" Type="Microsoft.ReportingServices.Rendering.DataRenderer.XmlDataReport,Microsoft.ReportingServices.DataRendering"/>
<Extension Name="NULL" Type="Microsoft.ReportingServices.Rendering.NullRenderer.NullReport,Microsoft.ReportingServices.NullRendering" Visible="false"/>
<Extension Name="CSV" Type="Microsoft.ReportingServices.Rendering.DataRenderer.CsvReport,Microsoft.ReportingServices.DataRendering"/>
<Extension Name="PDF" Type="Microsoft.ReportingServices.Rendering.ImageRenderer.PDFRenderer,Microsoft.ReportingServices.ImageRendering"/>
<Extension Name="RGDI" Type="Microsoft.ReportingServices.Rendering.ImageRenderer.RGDIRenderer,Microsoft.ReportingServices.ImageRendering" Visible="false"/>
<Extension Name="HTML4.0" Type="Microsoft.ReportingServices.Rendering.HtmlRenderer.Html40RenderingExtension,Microsoft.ReportingServices.HtmlRendering" Visible="false"/>
<Extension Name="MHTML" Type="Microsoft.ReportingServices.Rendering.HtmlRenderer.MHtmlRenderingExtension,Microsoft.ReportingServices.HtmlRendering"/>
<Extension Name="EXCEL" Type="Microsoft.ReportingServices.Rendering.ExcelRenderer.ExcelRenderer,Microsoft.ReportingServices.ExcelRendering"/>
<Extension Name="RPL" Type="Microsoft.ReportingServices.Rendering.RPLRendering.RPLRenderer,Microsoft.ReportingServices.RPLRendering" Visible="false" LogAllExecutionRequests="false"/>
<Extension Name="IMAGE" Type="Microsoft.ReportingServices.Rendering.ImageRenderer.ImageRenderer,Microsoft.ReportingServices.ImageRendering"/>
<Extension Name="WORD" Type="Microsoft.ReportingServices.Rendering.WordRenderer.WordDocumentRenderer,Microsoft.ReportingServices.WordRendering"/>
Why are CSV and XML export options missing and how can I fix this?
Thanks a lot for your help!
I have a csv file that is being sent to me in this format:
This is the only way this file can be exported from the system that is sending the information.
The second item is the Header and of course the 3rd would be the value that needs to be inserted into the row. How do I import a file like this. It is going to be sent to me every 5 minutes so I have to be able to extract the data shortly
after the file arrives and insert it into Sql server.
Any assistance would be greatly welcomed.
We are using SSRS 2005 implement our reports system. I come across a very strange issue. We need to export our reports to CSV format. But some of our reports will lost the first row of data in the CSV file after exported.
I see that there was a bug in SQL Server Reporting Service 2000 is about it. But it has been fixed in a hot fix of SSRS 2000 SP2 (http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=901383). I think SSRS 2005 should
not have this bug again, actually I am not sure about it.
Any one can give me some help or suggestion is very appriciated.
Hello I am trying to map an inbound 852 to a pipe delimted file that with all of the SDQ's populated up to the SDQ22 would look like this with one labeled GOOD producing 10 DTL records one for each possible SDQ pair but with with only one LIN segment. I
created 10 DTL records in my Schema DTL1, DTL2 etc, with a Logical Existence and a Value Mapping Flattening for each SDQ pair with my Looping Functoid tied to the LINloop1 and my first Occurence of my DTL record. I produced the first one below which is
perfect, My probelm is when I have more than one LIN and SDQ segment I get randon emtpy DTL records and random mapped output as you see below labeled as BAD. How do I manage this if I do straight mapping without the use of an XSLT or is there an easier way
to do this? Any help much appreciated.
I'm working with PowerPivot for Excel (10.50.1352.12) on Excel 2010 (14.0.4536.1000) and have run into some trouble importing pipe-delimited files. The pipes are treated as a regular character during the import process, and the entire row of data is imported as a single column. I've tried using a generated file from another source, as well as a file I hand-keyed to make sure there weren't any nonprintable characters lurking in the file, and tried using both ASCII and Unicode files, but still arrived at the same result.
By the way, the Import feature on Excel works just fine when importing the same files, it's just the PowerPivot add-in that fails.
Has anyone else run into this? It is just a byproduct of the beta software, and if so, is there a fix or workaround (other than reconfiguring my test files to use another delimiter)?
I need to export report into excel sheet. And when people try to print it . The header rows only appear on First page of the print . Other subsequent pages d onot have header rows.
I saw another thread saying SQL server 2008 R2 will solve the issue. Can you tell me that is fixed and how to i go about configuring it on SQL server 2008 R2.
I have a lovely report from a matrix. I am disappointed that I cannot easily do a page break on a column grouping (I saw prior threads but couldn't get it to work), but I'm moving on.
Now the issue is that I want the first column to repeat on each page of the pdf. I have the Tablix setting for ROW HEADER toggled on, but nothing happens.
I also tried setting on the Column header (within Tablix Properties), but that did not do anything either.
I have read the help regarding Contolling Row and Column Headings...
I need to read a csv file, that looks something like this:
“Code”,”Description”,”Price 1”, ”Price 2”, ”Price 3”, ”Price 4”, ”Price 5”,”Weighed Flag”,”Best before days”
“2012345”, “Test Product”, 12.56,0,0,0,0,1,8
“2012346”, “Test Product 2”, 1.23,0,0,0,0,0,0
“2012347”, “Test Product 3”, 3.45,0,0,0,0,0,1
and then re-export it as a csv, so it looks like this:
Plu_No, Line1, UnitPrice, Weight, Best Before,
2012345, "Test Product",12.56, 1, 8
2012346, “Test Product 2”, 1.23,0,0,0,0,0,0
2012347, “Test Product 3”, 3.45,0,0,0,0,0,1
So that means,
"Code" becomes Plu_No
"Description" becomes Line 1
"Price 1" becomes UnitPrice
"Best before days" becomes Best Before.
It also means I have to lose Price 2, Price 3, Price 4 and Price 5.
I've decided to use streamreader to read the file, but does anyone have an idea for the best way to then manipulate that data, and re-export in the format I've specified?
I was thinking of using string builder and then appending the strings, but I'm not sure if thats the best approach.
this.UIMap.LoginParams.UIUserNameEditText = testContextInstance.DataRow["UserName"].ToString();
this.UIMap.LoginParams.UIPasswordEditPassword = testContextInstance.DataRow["Password"].ToString();
where login method contains action for inserting data into username editbox, password and clicking on the LOGIN button
1. using the above code i m facing one problem - only username is inserted in the editbox (all the iteration for the number of rows present in csv file), but not the password resulting failure of testcase.
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I have written code using C# to retrive and print string from a CSV file.
I just want to know how to delete each row once it has been printed.
row.delete(); // is this right?
Pleae find the parto of the coding below
string path =
int i = 0;
using (StreamReader readFile =
while ((line = readFile.ReadLine()) !=
row = line.Split(',');
String fpsIdentifier ="" , rfpsIdentifier ="", D_Value =
fpsIdentifier = row.ToString();
rfpsIdentifier = row.ToString();
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Does anyone know how to delete row in a CSV file where there is a null value in a partcular column? I am using VB. There are three columns I am using Post Date, Account Number, and Credit Amount. I want to delete all rows with null values
in the Account Number column. I am very new to VB, took one class.
I am using the Microsoft.VisualBasic.FileIO.TextFieldParser
This is what I have so far...
'Specify that reading from a comma-delimited file'
MyReader.TextFieldType = FileIO.
currentRow = MyReader.ReadFields()
& ex.Message & _
"is not valid and will be skipped.")
I'm trying to use either sqlcmd or bcp to write data out to a tab-delimited text file. For legacy reasons it has to be tab-delimited and it has to have the word NULL inserted for null values.
bcp will do the tab-delimited part, but I'm not sure how to get 'NULL' inserted.
The default action of sqlcmd is to put in 'NULL', but I have had absolutely no luck getting it to use a tab as a delimiter. I have tried many, many formats like '\t' or ^i, and also tried defining a variable as a tab and using the variable after the -s.
I'm working to create batch files to run from the Win7 Command Prompt window, if that makes any difference.
I have a very slight preference for the sqlcmd approach, but if someone could solve my problem either way, I'll be happy.
is there any way to disable/remove the Dynamic Pivote Table and the Dynamic worksheet options from the export to an excel sheet feature ??
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