SSRS Action to Open a URL in a New Window

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JEBacaniSQLDude

Good stuff, even for Friday The 13th!  Cool

8/13/2010
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bFranklinMint
bFranklinMint said:
I'm attempting this in a report which is being presented in a Silverlight app using a Telerik HtmlPlaceholder control. The expression you provided doesn't work inside this Telerik control. I found a setting () for the Silverlight app that I thought would allow this function to work, but it had no affect. Wondering if you've encountered this?
10/11/2011
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user639654
user639654 said:
I am using this functionality successfully in Report Manager, however, we've got several "dashboards" deployed via PerformancePoint, and nothing happens when you make the selection. Any ideas how this differs once in the PerformancePoint environment?
10/21/2011
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cmlo
cmlo said:
Hi, I having the same issue - work in Report Manager but not in PerformancePoint. Did you have any solution ?
1/8/2013
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MJSwart
MJSwart said:
Hi Brian, Do you think that this technique could be used to load a subreport? (Like in an iframe or something) The goal is similar... Not to navigate away from the page.
12/1/2011
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manish.mawat
manish.mawat said:
Hi Brian, its not working for my case like i tried it to open "http://www.bidn.com" in new window by using javascript:void(window.open('http://www.bidn.com','_blank')) but i am getting javascript:void(window.open('http://www.bidn.com','_blank')) as window url in new window. Thanks Manish
1/3/2012
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dixitmca
dixitmca said:
i was trying to open without using "void" as a return type, then it was openning new report but parent report was displayed as a blank report with [Object] on it, but after using "void", it is working fine. Thanks
2/14/2012
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segi
segi said:
Hi I want to Open Folder from rows. How can i do this ?
4/25/2012
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momok
momok said:
Hi.. I am using the above to open a .pdf file in a shared location. It works fine if I just put that location in. But if I use the java script call. I get an error e.g. The location is :e:\PurchScan\2013\1002431B.pdf but when I click on the link, it errors saying " Cannot fine 'file:///e:Purchscan3@2431B.pdf'. Make sure the path or Internet address is correct. How do I fix this? I can see what it is doing.. but don't know how to fix it!
1/17/2013
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ashianand
ashianand said:
Brian, this was awesome. Never know Java Script is also supported this way in SSRS. Cool thanks you solved just another one requirement from most demanding business users ;). Thanks.
7/22/2013
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user160803
user160803 said:
Hi Brian, thanks for this, very helpful. How you will do it if you need to pass parameter value (e.g. Parameter!UPC_R.Value) from parent report to the subreport. I am not sure if it matters I am using SSRS 2008 R2 and my browser is IE8. Did I missed something The passing of values works when I use the go to report action but I prefer a pop subreport that's why I used the "got to URL report action. Your help will much be appreciated! Here's my URL: ="javascript:void(window.open('http://blacksea/Reports/Pages/Report.aspx?ItemPath=%2fReports%2fWebCo_SUD%2fCommentForm&rs:Command=render&upc ="+Parameter!UPC_R.Value+"','_blank', 'width=1200,height=400,top=300,left=500,toolbar=1,menubar=1,location=1,status=1,scrollbars'))"
8/12/2013
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sanjeev.matte
sanjeev.matte said:
The above mentioned link is not working for me. when i click on hyperlink it is not able to navigate.
11/26/2013
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