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  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2010 Report Viewer Available

    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...
  • Blog Post: Report Viewer in Visual Studio 2010

    Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 is now available for public download !  This beta provides many new features, including an updated  ReportViewer control.  Beta 2 contains several important updates for the ReportViewer, such as using ASP.Net AJAX internally, supporting RDL 2008 features (tablix...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2008 R2 August CTP – What’s New In Reporting Services?

    The August CTP download is available for MSDN and TechNet subscribers. The public download is now also active here . The Data Platform Insider blog provides an overview of what's new in this first public CTP release for SQL Server 2008 R2. If you are reading my blog, you are probably interested in...
  • Blog Post: Better Report Viewing in Visual Studio 2010

    We plan to release significantly updated and improved versions of both the Winforms and ASP.NET Report Viewer controls in Visual Studio 2010 . This is going to include the long awaited local mode support for the new report processing engine , originally released with SQL Server Reporting Services 2008...
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