I have a report that takes 4 parameters and return data into a straight forward table, no aggregation, no calculation. the table is quite wide though, about 30 columns. If i run the report for a week, my data returns and my report renders. if i run it for a month, it never renders.
the problem is not on the data side. if i run the month query through ssms, it takes about 3 minutes. if i run the report through the front end and i check the logs, i can also see the rows returned and the table states rsuccess. but the report just never renders.
I have tested it for different scenario's, even limiting the report to only 5 columns. thing is, the proc returns about 64000 rows when i do it for a month, can that be an issue?
I also changed the stored procedure to make use of local variables, as that was one of the suggestions i read. this did not fix my issue :(
asked Nov 07, 2011 at 12:11 AM in Default
Some reporting limitations are documented here: <http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms156002.aspx>. There are various links from that page to, for example, pages on Processing Large Reports http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms159638.aspx
Things I would be looking at in addition to the suggestions from MS in the above pages...
answered Nov 07, 2011 at 12:36 AM
How long does the SSMS method take when you run it for a week of data? Are all 64k rows to be displayed in the report? Thats a report that, even if you can fit 40 lines per page, will be 1600 pages long... Will that report be of any use to anyone?
answered Nov 07, 2011 at 01:52 AM