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Using the ReportViewer Control in a WebForm with Parameters


Using the ReportViewer Control in a WebForm with Parameters

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This is awesome, I have always wondered how to embed reporting services in my applications. I will have to give this a try.

Just out of curiosity, do you know if this control suffers from the same browser problems that reporting services itself does? Namely it doesn't render anywhere near correctly in Firefox.
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does anyone know where the class ProcessingMode came from? Two of the .dll's were automatically added to my project but I had to go searching for ProcessingObjectModel, found it in C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 8\Common7\IDE\PrivateAssemblies\Microsoft.ReportingServices.ProcessingObjectModel.dll, added the reference but still get compile errors. I'm using VS2008.
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never mind, I found it,
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Hi Jereme,
I've been using mainly IE and it renders great from there. Honestly, I haven't tried FireFox, but that's a great question. My guess that it there may be some issues with rendering in other non-IE browsers. I will set up a Firefox and Netscape test environment and see what happens...

Thanks!
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looks like tooltips dont work from the report viewer control in VS2008, other graphical items look good so far. MS seems to be saying tool tips are on their radar.
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Are you using the Feb. CTP?
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of VS?
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Actually I was curious of the version of SQL. But, since we're on the subject, are you using VS 08?
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yes, great article, I tried your example successfully in VS2005 and VS2008. Had to add one line to the render method reportViewer1.RefreshReport(); after reportViewer1.Visible = true;

My db is ss2005, I think MS is saying that fixing tool tips would be a VS, not SS change, the guy who responded to the question monitors Katmai discussions.

Maybe I should add that I'm using your model in winforms.
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