Is there a way to to let the user interactively check a checkbox control and then based on this take some sort of action on the record in the report. Any advice or direction would be greatly appreciated.
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answered on 13 May 2010, 04:30 PM
Thank you for your question.
Despite our efforts to constantly improve and add new features to the Telerik Reporting solution, your scenario is not supported at the moment. We are nevertheless interested in your scenario, because sooner or later we will add some sort of interactivity to Telerik Reporting. Could you give more details on what is supposed to happen after the checkbox is enabled? Do you need to open a new report, or are you looking for some kind of data filtering? Your input will be greatly appreciated.
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Will be glad to give more info.
In my case I have a list of patient studies for doctors in my report. I want to link the patient study record to an invoice number. The user would check a series of records(patient studies) in the report. Then they would then enter invoice number in a textbox, and then click a button. The button and the textbox could most likely exist directly on the .aspx.
When the button is clicked I would like to iterate through the records listed in the report. If the check box is checked, write to a table in sql server that will link the checked patient study record to the given invoiceID. FYI I ended up doing this in gridview control.