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As far as i have been able to read/research it seems that the answer is no. However i have found that I can merge 2 datasets to achieve what I wanted to do.


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It was seriously LOL. I gave NetworkService user full control to mailroot folder residing in C:\inetpub\ and Vola email was sent from localsmtp. I bet if someone has faced this problem and has find any solution like same. Reason OF Solution - login context/User that is rendering report on ReportServer and creating an email template to throw it in pickup ...


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What you are asking is to be able to create a report name dynamically, which is not something that can be programmed, on download, say, from Report Manager. You can (although I've never tested this) possibly do this through a subscription using @ParameterName @ReportName. citation from msdn It's about the best you can do for now, and there's a link on the ...


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If you want to use that as a naming convention, yes you can do that. If you want the parameters to show on the report you can do that too. You can add them to the title, a header, footer or anywhere you want on the report as an expression. If you are talking about saving the report output using parameters in tge name... i don't believe you could enforce ...


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You get 11 languages (well, 10 if you count us and british english as the same) from SELECT DISTINCT language_id FROM sys.messages and 33 from SELECT DISTINCT lcid FROM sys.syslanguages. If not listed in sys.messages, messages for the default language are used. As for SSRS: If you install Reporting Services in a default configuration, Setup ...



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