report optimization

navisionerinnavisionerin Member Posts: 136
hello, when writing reports what is the better option in regards to optimization time and space to run reports - use rdlc hardcoded captions or labels?

Answers

  • lubostlubost Member Posts: 596
    Time is probably the same. Data transfers differs, because labels have to be transferred. But any hardcoded part is wrong approach.
  • navisionerinnavisionerin Member Posts: 136
    so in that regard, woudl it be better to hardcode the header captions..
  • bbrownbbrown Member Posts: 3,132
    The short answer to most questions of this nature is "it depends". Captions are sent per dataset row, but labels only once. Therefore the advantage of labels increases as the number of captions and dataset rows increases.

    There are no bugs - only undocumented features.
  • navisionerinnavisionerin Member Posts: 136
    I mean rdcl captions, i.e. textboxwith letters in it
  • bbrownbbrown Member Posts: 3,132
    I mean rdcl captions, i.e. textboxwith letters in it

    Similar. Likely not much difference in a small report with few captions and\or rows. But could be more pronounced in larger reports.

    There can also be other considerations. Such as how they can then be modified. And who needs that access. Putting them in the layout makes it easy for end-users to modify thru custom layouts. But also loses some advantages of being in the dataset such as multi-language etc.

    There are no bugs - only undocumented features.
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