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SQL 2005 Reporting Services run and print a report direct to a printer


SQL 2005 Reporting Services run and print a report direct to a printer

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Roland Goldsack
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Hello All,

Forgive me if this is a easy and beginners question but I cannot find an answer to it.

I have an SQL 2005 server setup with SSRS, I have reports designed and deployed that can be run via a browser.

What I want to do is from a C# program run and print a report directly to a users printer - I do not want the user to see a preview or have to choose a printer. In fact I dont want the user anywhere near the report. I just want to read through a table and report on each order created that day and send the print to our accounts printer.

My report takes a singe parm - OrderID.

This seems such a simple process to me yet there seems no information on how I could do it...

Any advice would be very gratefully received.

Regards,

Roland
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