codeulike edited this page Sep 14, 2017 · 1 revision


Once CrissCross has been told where your SSRS server is, it can run your reports without any further configuration.

It uses jQuery UI to display report parameters, which means its more flexible and customisable than the default SSRS 'Report Manager'. jQuery UI ThemeRoller can be used to set the colour scheme.

For reports with lots of optional parameters, CrissCross lets the user choose which ones to display:

Selects and Multipicks are implemented with Eric Hynds' jQuery UI MultiSelect Widget

For Selects and Multipicks with lots of options, the UI MultiSelect Widget also allows filtering of options using a mini-search inside the drop-down:

CrissCross uses the standard ASP.NET ReportViewer for the report output, so all the export, paging and print features are the same as the default SSRS Report Manager:

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