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Dear Masters,
 
Does any body know why SSRS Report Viewer loading slowly when showing Report on ASP.NET (about 2 minutes)? But loading normaly when I showing report directly on Internet Explorer using (http://reportserver/reportpath)
 
My Web Application has not published yet to IIS.
I only test it via Visual Studio and IIS Expresss (For testing only, I use IIS Express).
 
I already googled it, and still stuck in this issue.
Please Help.
 
Thanks,
Andree
Posted 3-Jul-12 17:22pm
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Sandeep Mewara at 4-Jul-12 2:31am
   
Publish it and then see. Generally, there is mark difference in performance in Debug & Release mode of a website.
Andree_784 at 4-Jul-12 3:01am
   
Ok, Thanks Sandeep.
 
I have Publish it, and yes you right.
The performance goes better in Production Server :)
Sandeep Mewara at 4-Jul-12 15:25pm
   
Great! Good to know that my comment helped.
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Solution 1

Just posting my comment that sounds worked good for OP and happy with the resolution:
"Publish it and then see. Generally, there is mark difference in performance in Debug & Release mode of a website."
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Solution 2

See the source code before and after publishing the reports.
 
you will be surprised to see the large amount of data that has been fed by the reportviewer in the style tag.
 
This makes the page extremely heavy to render and hence slow performance while viewing it throught reportviewer.
 
Regards
Vinod P
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