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Running a RDL/RDLC (SQL Report) in ASP.NET without SSRS

, 12 Mar 2016 CPOL
SSRS and Report Builder (or the old BIDS from 2008) are nice for making reports, but they don't embed into your ASP.NET project very nicely. This is one way to do it without the requirement for full SSRS (and the security hoops).

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1 No 16-Jun-13 22:43 Composing Tim Golisch
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Tim Golisch
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I have been programming for 30 years(22 professionally). I mostly work with the Microsoft product stack (.NET, SQL Server, IIS, ASP.NET, Dynamics, TFS, etc) however, I have worked with a wide variety of others too (IBM DB2, Oracle, Java, PHP, ColdFusion, Perl, etc). I have taught classes at community colleges, and other speaking engagements. During the day, I am a consultant, programming and fixing programs.

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