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Rajendra Kulkarni
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Rajendra Kulkarni asked on 19 Apr 2010, 06:24 AM
Hi,

I need help with the following scenario in reporting.

Scenario
1.   Call a stored procedure to get granular data
2.   Use a crosstab report to apply the row and column groups and display aggregate counts in the report
3.   Each count value should be a hyperlink with the row and column headers as querystring of the hyperlink. To do this, I need to know the values of the row and column groups to which the cell belongs to.

For example.
In the attached screen shot, the value 4.5 is encircled and it is associated with Helmets(row) of Q1 2002(column). How do I  fetch the values 'Helmets' and 'Q1 2002'. I Want to make 4.5 a hyperlink with the query string as 'Helmets' and 'Q1 2002' so that on click of the hyperlink, it will call another page which will use the query string parameters to query the database and get the rows that made the number 4.5.
I know about the workaround to make the cell a hyperlink, but i do not know how to fetch the row and column headers to use it for querystring parameters.

please assist me in this.

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answered on 22 Apr 2010, 09:29 AM
Hi Rajendra,

Your question has already been answered in the other thread you've opened. Please, see our answer there for more information.
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Thank you for your understanding.

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