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Last post Dec 31, 2010 11:32 AM by imty4u

  • Tamer Fathy

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    Re: Difference between .rdl and .rdlc files

    Oct 26, 2007 02:44 PM|Tamer Fathy|LINK

    You welcome any time :),

    concerning your question it was easy, this is the difference  between the  RDL and RDLC in case you need to pass parameters to your reports if you use RDLC which in client side processing as get the data from the database and assign it to the report you need to handle the passing of the parameters by developing the form which get the parameters from the user and then use it in your query then when you get the results you pass it to the report to display.

    but if you use server side processing you can use  the report viewer control (custom control used to view reports in your application (web or windows))  to handle the parameti hope i explain it in good way and i help you

     


     

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  • sag_2725

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    Re: Difference between .rdl and .rdlc files

    Oct 30, 2007 03:35 PM|sag_2725|LINK

    Thanks  Tamer Fathy. But I have one more doubt. Making use of .rdlc file type and the reportviewer provided by VS2005 instead of SSRS 2005 would mean that the reports will be on the application server rather than being hosted on the reportserver since I won't be having a seprate report server. Will this affect the performance of my application server?

     

    Thanks in advance.    

  • Tamer Fathy

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    Re: Difference between .rdl and .rdlc files

    Oct 30, 2007 04:27 PM|Tamer Fathy|LINK

    no this will not affect your application performance as it wil be as you query the data base for specific data

     

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  • harrykochhar

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    Re: Difference between .rdl and .rdlc files

    May 06, 2009 04:56 PM|harrykochhar|LINK

    Hi Tamer Fathy,

    This is an amazing thread to clear the doubts about rdl and rdlc.

    Temer, one of your statements confused me a bit. In your response on 09-28-2007, 3:28 PM, last paragraph, you say "However this means that when an RDL file is used by the ReportViewer control,... ". Dont you think it should say RDLC and not RDL. Because, in RDL the SQL related information is used from the file itself.

    I may be getting it wrong.

    Thanks!!

    Harry.

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  • Tamer Fathy

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    Re: Difference between .rdl and .rdlc files

    May 06, 2009 09:07 PM|Tamer Fathy|LINK

    :) you are right I typed it wrong, it must be RDLC NOT rdl thanks for notice :)
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  • arunkumarsp

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    Re: Difference between .rdl and .rdlc files

    May 07, 2009 08:13 AM|arunkumarsp|LINK

    http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/sqlreportingservices/thread/a5f67556-7223-492f-b8d8-77b118b2cb2c

     

    Please feel free to let me know if you are not clear or I’ve misunderstood anything.

    Thanks,
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  • harrykochhar

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    Re: Difference between .rdl and .rdlc files

    May 07, 2009 10:08 PM|harrykochhar|LINK

    Thanks Arun,

    That was nice of you!!

     Well guys, here is an issue that I am facing with Report Builder. I created a Data Source View using a view from my database. I also created a model that uses this DSV to expose the fields to the enduser. Everything is working great. Now, there are 2 columns (fields) in the view that i dont want to expose to the enduser.

    What is the best way out to implement this?? I doubt if this is even possible!!

    Thanks!!

     Harry.

  • atsofttech

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    Re: Difference between .rdl and .rdlc files

    Jun 03, 2009 02:09 PM|atsofttech|LINK

    Check out  http://www.gotreportviewer.com/
    Everything is possible!
  • imty4u

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    Re: Difference between .rdl and .rdlc files

    Dec 31, 2010 11:32 AM|imty4u|LINK

    Hi,

    Plz tell me, can we show .rdl file i.e. SSRS Reports in asp.net web pages using Report Viewer control. If yes , plz tell the correct way. I searched on many forums, but still I unable to  implement it.

    I tried by using Report Viewer. By implementing 'Remote Mode' as SSRS reports are being situated on Production Server and also specified 'Report Server URL:http://scdsqldev06.cree.com/Reports/Pages/Folder.aspx?ItemPath=%2fUAT+Bug+Fix&ViewMode=List' & and 'Report Path:/Wafering Bouncer Specs'. But its not working....

    PLz help me out. Its urgent....

    SSRS 2005 Reporting Services report viewer control

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