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Is it possible to choose what custom report layout Nav 2017 uses for things like sales invoices based off of some field on the sales invoice?
For example, could I have a checkbox on a form that, when unchecked, the printed invoice is generated using CustomLayout1. Then, if that checkbox is checked, the printed invoice is generated using CustomLayout2?
If not, is there any way to determine what shows up on the custom report based on some field value?
Fully possible through customization but i think the standard functionality comes a bit short here.
Would be easier in the later versions because there you can substitute reports in code.
yes it’s possible but you have to create two reports and on a button you have to put the conditions like that so it prints the report according to your choice and for all those things you have to customise the solution.
Hi, You said both methods would work.
For method 1, a simple example, when a field is True, run a 50100 report, and when a field is False, run a 50101 report. Their layout is different.
For method 2, you can use IIF functions in RDLC file.
More details: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sql/reporting-services/report-design/expression-examples-report-builder-and-ssrs?view=sql-server-ver15#DecisionFunctions
Hope this will help.
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