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I've modified an
existing CRM report, which contains a subreport, in Visual Studio. I
created new reports (with new names) in CRM from the modified .rdl
files, but I can't link the sub-report to the parent. When I originally
bring in the subreport, the Parent Report field is grayed out, if I
save it and then go back in and edit it, the Parent Report field is
available, but there aren't any reports to choose from. However, In the
'Edit Report' screen for the original subreport that I modified, the
original parent report and the modified one that I created are both
available to choose from.
1.In the visual studio, keep both parent and sub report in the same report project
2. Click on the textbox properties which you want to be a navigation link to subreport
3.Click Navigation section
4.Select Jump to report option
5.Select your subreport from the dropdown list.
6.Set parameters that you want to pass it to subreport
7.Save this parent reportin VS
8.Add your parent report to CRM.
9.Next add your subreport.Adding subreport will automatically pick up the parent report.
Hope it helps
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