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Hi friends i want to Create a report which columns will dynamic from stored procedure.I mean i can't predefined no of columns in my report.If my Stored Procedure's query contains 5 columns then 5 column should be display in report,if query contain 10 columns then report should display 10 columns.So my question is which report i should use.I should use RDLC,RDL,Crystal or any other ?? Please reply.thank in advance.I am using VS 2010,Sql Server 2008 R2.
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Surendrasinh Rathod 22-Nov-13 2:51am
   
Thanks ridoy fro providing a link..But in that link you can see that they have designed columns first then apply data from Stored Procedure.In my requirement i will don't know how many columns will be there in my Stored Procedures query.I want to design columns run-time depends on query.

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