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Last post Sep 07, 2005 10:00 PM by JessyEzzy
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Do you mean that I put the report viewer in an iframe?
I found a CrystalReportViewer control in the toolbox, is that what you're talking about?
Sep 06, 2005 08:38 AM|LINK
SQL Reporting services has a web interface. Take the URL for your report and place it in an iframe (the src) within your application. You will need to look up the syntax for passing parameters to your report.
The ReportViewer component just wraps this functionality for you to make it easier to pass parameters programmatically in an OO manner. If you are going to be doing many reports and want them to be easily maintained I'd use ReportViewer. Which by the way
comes with reporting services, check the Samples folder.
There are tutorials on the web, search google-
http://www.odetocode.com/Articles/128.aspx for example.
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One more question please, which is easier to use for someone who never used any reporting tool before, Crystal Reports or SQL Server Reporting Services. All I need is 2 reports but they are not simple ones, which one I can have a quick start in it and easily
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