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Adding Interactive Features (Report Builder 2.0)

In environments that support interactivity, such as HTML 4.0, reports can include a variety of features that provide interactivity to users. Users can influence the appearance of a report and the data it contains by typing or selecting a value for a parameter before running the report. A user can show or hide items in a report and click links that go to other reports or Web pages. You can add a document map, which acts like a table of contents. A user can click items in the document map to jump to areas within a report.

In Report Builder 2.0, certain features are only supported when you have an active connection to the report server. For more information, see Working with and without a Report Server (Report Builder 2.0).

You can enable a user to control report display and content by designing expressions that include parameter references for sort, filter, and visibility. For more information, see Adding Parameters to Your Report (Report Builder 2.0), Sorting Data in a Report (Report Builder 2.0), and Filtering Data in a Report (Report Builder 2.0).

Hiding Report Items Conditionally (Report Builder 2.0)

Provides information about controlling the visibility of items in a report.

Adding Interactive Sort to a Data Region (Report Builder 2.0)

Explains how to add interactive sort buttons to column headers.

Adding Links to a Report (Report Builder 2.0)

Provides information about ways to specify links and related content.

Adding a Document Map (Report Builder 2.0)

Explains how to add a document map to support navigation in a large report.

Adding Drillthrough Reports (Report Builder 2.0)

Explains how to design a main report and drillthrough reports.

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