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Visual Studio 2010 Report Viewer Available

Visual Studio 2010 Report Viewer Available

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Visual Studio 2010 In case you missed it in the recent wave of SQL Server, Visual Studio, and Office release announcements, Visual Studio 2010 was released in mid April and includes significantly enhanced ReportViewer controls.

In server mode, the ReportViewer control can connect to and leverage the features of SQL Server 2008 R2 report servers, as well as still connect to previous Reporting Services server versions. 

In local mode, the new Visual Studio 2010 ReportViewer supports the 2008 RDLC schema, which includes features such as tablix, richly formatted text, gauges, and enhanced charts, previously introduced with Reporting Services 2008.

Furthermore, a lot of work went into support for ASP.Net AJAX, improving support for standards mode and non-IE browsers, a new Javascript API for use on the client, and many API updates to both the ASP.Net and Winforms control.  You can read more about these features on Brian’s blog.

The Report Viewer runtime works with .NET 3.5 as well as .NET 4.0. You can download the stand-alone runtime redistributable here.

As always, you can ask questions on the MSDN forums for ReportViewer, and provide suggestions for future releases through Connect.

Enjoy!

  • The release notes for VS2010 state that BI project templates are no longer included.  How does one create an SSRS 2008 "Reporting" project in VS2010?  

    Thanks in advance for your reply and I just ordered your new book if that provides any incentive for a response. :)

    Regards,

    Mike

  • Hello Mike,

    Sorry for the delay in the response.  BI Development Studio for SQL Server 2008 R2 provides "Reporting" projects and is integrating with the VS 2008 shell only at this point.

    HTH,

    Robert

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