SSRS – Using SharePoint List Views to Filter & Sort

By default when reporting against a SP List it will use the DEFAULT View.

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When you want to access the data using a Specific VIEW you need to add the following to the data source XML :

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Create a View and pass Parameters of the View

<rssharepointlist xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance">
 <listname>HelpDesk</listname>
 <query>
 <parameters>
 <parameter name="viewName">
 <defaultvalue>All Issues</defaultvalue>
 </parameter>
 </parameters>
 </query>
 <viewfields>
 </viewfields>
 </rssharepointlist>

You need to add –> query –> parameters –> parameter name –> BEFORE the viewfields xml node.

The properties of this view are applicable to the dataset.

Also the sorting will be applicable to that dataset. 🙂

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