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RDL to RDLC


RDL to RDLC

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hi

how to convert RDL to RDLC for .Net integration i saw the below but it does not work for me.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms252109(VS.80).aspx

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Parthi

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Parthi,
The steps are quite clear in the MSDN document. If this didn't work for you, you're going to need to post some more information about error messages, actions you've taken, why it seems to not work etc etc. Simply stating that this hasn't worked for you does not make it easy for people to give you assistance in making it work.

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parthi-1705 (11/6/2009)
hi

how to convert RDL to RDLC for .Net integration i saw the below but it does not work for me.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms252109(VS.80).aspx

Thanks
Parthi


Parthi,

The Reportviewer control comes in both Winform and Webform so make sure you are loading your RDL file into the correct version of the control. Check below for code samples note the site covers both ReportViewer 2005 and ReportVeiwer 2008.


http://www.gotreportviewer.com/

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You can refer to the url below:
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms252109(VS.80).aspx

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@ssc-Enthusiast Please read the original post.

For anyone reading this thread. Instructions provided for VS 2005 do not work in VS 2010 or 2012. This converted RDL causes a ReportViewer HTTPHandler error which is displayed with the style "display:none". MS Support and I are working to figure out what configuration changes need to be made to the RDL file to get it to work properly in the report viewer.
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For most of reports, you can just rename the rdl to rdlc, that is it. If you use ReportViewer, you can use either rdl or rdlc. However, if you use subreports, both the main report and subreport must use rdlc. otherwise subreport can not show up.
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Turns out if your rdl has parameters in it you will see only a blank page in your reportviewer page. When you view source then you will a see ReportViewer httphandler error stating that you need to add an httphandler to your web config (even though it already exists in your web.config).

If you remove the parameters from the xml of your report as well as the query and populate your dataset in code, then you will be able to see your report.

Of course MS Support states "Microsoft does not support the conversion of rdls into rdlcs".
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