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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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Good article. It answered some of the queries about using Reporting service....

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Hi,
I am trying to show a report from a server by clicking a button.
I do these things as

Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms.ReportViewer form = new Microsoft.Reporting.WebForms.ReportViewer();
Uri url = new Uri("http://server_name/reportserver");
form.ServerReport.ReportServerUrl = url;
form.ServerReport.ReportPath = "/report_folder/report";

I want to open the form as when I preview the report in Report Server Project in Priview Tab

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Darren Herbold-493573
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Hi,
I think the effect you are trying to achieve is to hide/show
the report on demand. What you can do is set the visible
property of the report viewer control to false, and then
set it to true in the OnClick event of the button that you
click to show the report.

Hope this helps!

-Darren
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