Looking at the Report Viewer Control
- Posted: Jan 02, 2006 at 12:30PM
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Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 includes a report designer functionality and a new set of ReportViewer controls that can be used to build and display reports within custom applications. Reports may contain
tabular, aggregated, and even multidimensional data. The ReportViewer controls are used to process and display these reports within applications. There are two versions of the controls. The ReportViewer Web server control is used to host reports in ASP.NET
projects. The ReportViewer Windows Forms control is used to host reports in Windows application processing.
Both controls can be configured to run in either local or remote processing mode. How you configure the processing mode effects everything about the reports from design to deployment.
In this Screencast Thom takes a look at how this control can be used to host both server reports and local reports