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MSDN Magazine March 2001
I have a report and a .NET 3.5 Winforms application which displays the report in local mode, passing the required datasets to the report as it is supposed to do. It takes about 2 seconds before the report is displayed.
However, when I click on Print Layout, the "Loading..." box appears and does not disappear any more. If I want to print the report, a window appears telling me that the first page is being sent to the printer and... that's it, all I can do is kill my application
via task manager.
After playing around with various elements in my report, I was able to reproduce this behaviour if one of my subreport returns too many rows (the subreport contains only a list element, listing all records).
I believe it has something to do with the subreport spanning more than one page. I played with the KeepTogether property on various elements, but to no avail. Has anybody experienced something like this before? Is there a workaround?
We recently installed SQL Reporting Services SP2. When we run Report Manager (i.e
http://myserver/reports) and attempt to print a report using the Print control we get UAC prompts for both Vista and Windows 7. This may not be relevant but if we click Show Information About this Publishers Certificate
under UAC prompt it indicates the certificate expired on Feb 22, 2009. Were the correct CAB files for installing the print control included in SP2?
Most of our clients are running Windows 7/Internet Explorer 8 and are fully patched. Logged on users are members of local administrators group and the UAC settings are set to default settings.
If we right click IE 8 icon and then "Run As Administrator" we don't get the prompt. My question is can the UAC prompt somehow be disabled if IE is started without using the "Run As Adminstrator" option and without turning off UAC?
I have a user that had previously installed the client print control and had been printing reports. He used some kind of PC cleanup tool and got the new Norton Antivirus and now he can no longer print and is getting the "Unable to load client print" control whenever he is clicking on the printer icon. He doesn't see any other messages on the screen saying that an Active X control is trying to be installed but is being blocked. What are the next steps that I should take to help him?
When trying to print a report, I get an error message Unable to load client print control.
I get this error when trying to print on all computers.
we hade solved this problem in sp1, and distributed an msi package to all clients.
we just put in sp2 and the problem return. this affect no administrato clients.
is there a fix for sp2?
In our environment, users are unable to Install ActiveX controls themselves. Primarily, this is particularly true in our Citrix environment. Upon applying CU8 to our 2008 SP1 SQL Server that we use to run reports, I'm no longer able to manually register
the rsclientprint.dll to register the rll's and ActiveX control for users. Is this a known issue? Is there a new method to acheiving this same task?
Due to the size of our citrix environment, manually installing the activeX control through internet explorer on every one of our Citrix servers is NOT an option.
Any assistance is GREATLY appreciated.
We are developing a web application, where in, it will have a provision for the user to upload his copyrighted content. It should be viewable to the end-users but, it should not allow the user to copy or print the content. First we preferred PDF, but it is having the provision of saving the file to the local disk of the viewer. The save and print functionality shall not be allowed for the users. We cannot have any control onthe user if he uses print-screen button.
Any suggestions on any tools to achieve our gols are welcome.
Thanks in advance.
I am using report viewer in VS2010
Whenever I try to print the report I get following error:
Unable to load print control
Along with the I cannot see Print Command in other browser like Mozilla, chrome etc
Plz Help !!!