Updated: February 25, 2016
Represents group instances within a custom report item's data. This class cannot be inherited.
Assembly: Microsoft.ReportingServices.ProcessingCore (in Microsoft.ReportingServices.ProcessingCore.dll)
Returns groups contained in a row or column.
Gets the custom data associated with this grouping.(Inherited from Group.)
Returns a collection of custom properties for the data member.(Overrides Group.CustomProperties.)
Gets the name to use for the data element for the collection of all instances of this group.(Inherited from Group.)
Returns the name to use for the data element or attribute for this report item.(Overrides Group.DataElementName.)
Indicates whether the item should appear in a data rendering.(Overrides Group.DataElementOutput.)
Gets the values of the group expressions for the group.
Gets a value that indicates that a toggle item is defined for this object.(Inherited from Group.)
Indicates whether the item is currently hidden.(Overrides Group.Hidden.)
Gets the identifier for the data member.(Overrides Group.ID.)
Indicates whether the data member corresponds to a database field or a regular member corresponding to a value for a field.
Indicates whether the data member can be made visible or invisible by toggling a different item.(Overrides Group.IsToggleChild.)
Indicates whether this instance of the group contains subtotal data values.
Gets the label to display for this data member.(Overrides Group.Label.)
Indicates the location of this member in the grid of cells.
Indicates the number of innermost group instances this data member spans.
Gets the name of the grouping. (Inherited from Group.)
Gets a value that indicates whether the page should break at the end of the group.(Inherited from Group.)
Gets a value that indicates whether the page should break at the start of the group.(Inherited from Group.)
Gets the parent data member.
Indicates whether the item is always, never, or sometimes hidden.(Overrides Group.SharedHidden.)
Returns the name of the toggle item for this object.(Inherited from Group.)
Gets a name that uniquely identifies this group across the entire report.(Inherited from Group.)
There is one data member for each group instance. For example, if sales data groups on product category and product along columns and country and region along rows, there will be one data member for each product category (that contains a data member for each product in that category) in the DataColumnGroupings and there will be one data member for each country (that contains a data member for each region in that country) in the DataRowGroupings.
Any public static ( Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.