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Analog clock control in SSRS

Hi All

I am wanting to add a clock control to SSRS to diplay the time of a specific dataset field.

Does anyone out there know of any "free" controls or a way to do it programatically with a clock image and a series of lines with expressions (not ideal)

Thanks in advance.

JL

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asked May 26, 2010 at 12:29 PM in Default

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It seems like a pie chart, why clock control will be needed? Does the hand of clock move.

here are a few links

Javacript control for analog clock http://randomibis.com/coolclock/

Shows how to use javascript in Sql reports http://weblogs.asp.net/jgalloway/archive/2006/12/12/reporting-services-add-a-logo-to-the-report-manager.aspx

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answered May 27, 2010 at 03:18 PM

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What a great question! I can see Sin, Cos and Tan in your future, or you will have to calculate the percentage of a pie chart that should be each of three segments ...

I've never seen any custom controls, will have to give this some thought.

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answered May 26, 2010 at 06:23 PM

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+1 - but 'What a great question' should be +1 for the question, IMHO.
May 26, 2010 at 07:01 PM Matt Whitfield ♦♦
@Matt. heck missed the +1. fixed now. thanks for the spot buddy.
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