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    0 comments  ·  SQL Server » Bugs  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Upvotes: 11

    <=-=Jun 14 2010 1:11AM=-=>

    Hi,

    I have exactly the same problem: An extra blank line at the end of each report when I try to export it in CSV format with SSRS 2008.

    This extra blank line didn’t exist with SSRS2005.

    Is there a way to avoid this extra blank line?

    <=-=Jun 21 2010 2:01PM=-=>

    Me too… this is hindering our upgrade from 2005 to 2008 since we have to keep some of the exports running on 2005 because the vendor can’t import our file with the extra line feed at the end. Worked great in 2005!

    Thanks,
    Brian

    <=-=Jul 9 2010 4:20PM=-=>

    Please provide the RDL to reproduce the issue

    <=-=Jul 28 2010 4:32AM=-=>

    Hi,

    In order to reproduce this issue, you can:
    - Create a new report with the report wizard
    – Select a Data Source, Next
    – For the query, just choose a simple query…

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    1 comment  ·  SQL Server » Setup + Deployment  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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    <=-=Oct 25 2007 6:20PM=-=>

    Thanks for the suggestion. We’ll consider for a future release.

    <=-=Aug 14 2008 3:56PM=-=>

    Parameter defaults could easily be maintained by an administrator in an ISV scenario, as opposed to an internal IT solution scenario. The ISV ships reports with hidden parameters used to customize behavior, using sensible default settings. Those defaults are changed by the customer’s administrator after the report is deployed to customize the behavior of the report to their needs.

    Those customized defaults should not be overwritten when an updated report definition received from the ISV is deployed.

    <=-=Sep 12 2008 10:09PM=-=>

    A default parameter override check-box should be available. Not all reports have an administrator setting default params. And having to go and set parameters after a deploy is not an optimal use of a report developers time.

    <=-=Aug 4 2009 2:33PM=-=>

    I agree with TDog3, and so does every…

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