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Pierre-Andre van Leeuwen
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Pierre-Andre van Leeuwen asked on 26 Feb 2014, 02:36 PM
Hi
I have a ASP.NET page with a report viewer. The report viewer starts off with a report catalog, which is just a list of reports similar to the Report Catalog example. You can then navigate to any of the reports by clicking on its name (using the "Navigate to Report" action). We also use the Navigate to Report Action in many other reports too. All of this works very well.

The only problem is when a user navigates to a report, there is no indication which report is the current report, especially if the report is not automatically rendered due to missing parameter values. What I need is to display the current report's name or title somewhere on the page. Is there a server or client-side event I can use when a new report is loaded after a Navigate to Report action?

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Pierre-Andre

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Stef
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answered on 03 Mar 2014, 02:21 PM
Hello Pierre-Andre,

You can add a visible parameter that can display the name of the report. You will still need to set the other parameters values.

We will consider additionally, your scenario for future improvements in the displayed messages.

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Stef
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