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  • Blog Post: Manually Printing a Report

    Even though the ReportViewer has built-in print functionality, people often wish to implement their own version to provide significant customizations or a deeper integration with their application. There are a number of samples out on the web, but I thought it might be useful to provide one here since...
  • Blog Post: Why is ReportViewer Ignoring BindingSource Operations?

    I’ve seen several posts in the Report Viewer forum from frustrated users who are trying to use a BindingSource as a data source to the ReportViewer in local mode. Problems typically manifest when setting sorting or filtering options on the BindingSource object, but those operations are not reflected...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2008 and the ReportViewer Controls

    In August, we released SQL Server 2008 with a number of new features for Reporting Services . There have been questions lately about how this impacts the report viewer controls. The answer depends on whether you use server mode or local mode. Server Mode We spent a great deal of time making sure...
  • Blog Post: Custom Credentials in the Report Viewer

    When using the ReportViewer control in server mode, you will need to consider how you want to authenticate to the report server. By default, the viewer connects as the current thread user by supplying CredentialCache.DefaultCredentials to its underlying WebRequest. One of the questions I am frequently...
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