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Line Chart Y Axis Inversion

Posted By Dirk Laubscher Last Month
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Hi,

I'm having an issue where the Y Axis inverts seemingly by itself when I deploy one of our reports with a simple Line chart to one of our servers. It works fine while running the report via my dev machine in Visual Studio 2015 pointing to the same datasource, but as soon as I deploy it, the Y Axis inverts. I've checked the inversion property by downloading the report after it has been uploaded and it is definitely not set. And I think I can rule out the data because I'm using the same datasource locally and deployed. Is there perhaps a known bug which would cause this behaviour? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Hi Dirk,
Can you send us the problematic report rdl file for review as well as the problematic and correct report output - we want to check whether you use expressions for some of the axis parameters or whether there is custom code involved. Also can you check whether the versions of Nevron CRI items on the design and server machines match?

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There are version differences between design and deployed.
On the deployed server we have Nevron SSRS Vision Server 2015.1 For Sql Server 2014 (15.1.0000)
On design I have Nevron SSRS Vision Designer 2016.1 for SQL Server 2016 SSDT (16.1.0000)
Where would be the best place to send the RDLs? Is there a support email address I could use?


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Hi Dirk,
You can send the rdls to support@nevron.com. Also in the meantime can you try to synchronize the versions of the designer and server machine - most likely this is causing the problem. If possible we would also recommend you to upgrade to the latest version of the software because it is the one which is currently supported with bug fixes and upgrades.



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We have a much older server running Nevron SSRS Vision Server 2011.1 for VS2008 and the chart renders correctly on that server. So I am inclined to think there is some issue with the installed package. I will organize an upgrade. Thank you.



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