Custom Lables for Boolean Options Not Displaying - by mrdenny

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ID 391241 Comments
Status Resolved Workarounds
Type Bug Repros 4
Opened 1/6/2009 5:36:39 PM
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When adding available values to a boolean data type input parameter the designed displays a drop down menu, but the SSRS server displays radio buttons in both IE and FF.
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Posted by Shirsendus on 8/13/2014 at 6:08 AM

This is still not resolved. I am using SSRS 2012 and I can't change the default prompt for the radio button in parameters(Boolean). Please let me know if there is any work around
Posted by ErikEckhardt on 9/21/2010 at 2:51 PM
My expectation is different from Qualicon's. I want a drop-down box, and it may have 3 items in it (when NULL is allowed). It is quite annoying that in Visual Studio it displays a drop down menu, but on the report server shows radio buttons. I *could* handle radio buttons, but they don't display the text that I specified, just True and False.

I did get the display I wanted, but only by changing the data type of the parameter to Integer, which isn't actually correct since it is passed in to a stored procedure against a boolean parameter.
Posted by Qualicon on 4/24/2010 at 8:22 AM
My expection is:
Present the two custom-defined values (for example Yes/No) as radio buttons in the report viewer and NOT as a drop down box.
A boolean standard works with radiobuttons for True and False.
These texts for the radio button should be changable.

Posted by Microsoft on 1/13/2009 at 4:00 PM
Thank you for reporting this issue. This issue has been addressed in SQL Server Reporting Services 2008. You can work around this issue in SQL Server Reporting Services 2005 by specifying an expression for the boolean valid value (ie ="True").