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SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting Services - How to I run a report and save the output as a .pdf on the s

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :Sql Server
 

I have the source code for doing what I want to do using a previous version of SSRS.  Since the new release, the service seems to work differently as I can't find any of the methods in the WSDL:

private
 void
 GetReportByEmail()
{
//Validate txtEmail for inputting

if
 (txtEmail.Text.ToUpper().StartsWith("XX"
))
{
lblPrompt.Text="You must enter a valid email address!"
;
lblPrompt.Visible=true
;
return
;
}

if
 (txtEmail.Text.IndexOf("@"
)<3)
{
lblPrompt.Text="You must enter a valid email address!"
;
lblPrompt.Visible=true
;
return
;
}

//Get report

TimeSheet.wdsg_svr003.ReportingService rs=new

TimeSheet.wdsg_svr003.ReportingService();
rs.Url="http://localhost/ReportServer/ReportService.asmx"
;
rs.Credentials=System.Net.CredentialCache.Def


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