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I want to create a report in SSRS with multiple table grouped by ID in parent table

ID = 1
--> Table 1 columns
--> Table 2 columns

ID = 2
--> Table 1 columns
--> Table 2 columns

ID = N
--> Table 1 columns
--> Table 2 columns

Is this achievable in SSRS ?

Thanks for the help
Posted 14-Jan-13 0:55am

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Solution 1

Yes its possible in SSRS.

I thought I can create a simple blogpost around your question so I just wrote a blogpost illustrating how you can achieve this.[^]

I hope this will help you.

spankyleo123 14-Jan-13 9:15am
Hi many thanks for your answer. The blog is really helpful and informative.

However in my case. I have more than 2 tables joined to the parent table. The DOB field in your example is repeating depending on the number of 'Dependants'.

What I wanted is .

Emp Name : Anil


DependandName DependandAge
Sam 18
John 7

Emp Name : Ajay


DependantName Age

Wondering if this is possible rather than 'repeating DOB each time there is a dependant'

RaviGupta7986 15-Jan-13 4:42am
Hi Spanky,

I updated my blogpost to include scenario u mentioned. Please have a look at it again.

Hope this helps, you may vote up and rate the answer as well :)


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