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Unattended printing local reports (RDLC)

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :Windows Application
 

Hi All,

I created some local reports (RDLC) in ASP.NET 2008. Iwant to print those reports unattended that is i don't

want user interactions.

I googled and found that RSClient ActiveX can help me in achieving this task, but i do't know how to pass parameter

to local report (RDLC) and load that file in RSClient ActiveX control to print the report.

To achieve this i also tried to implement RSClientPrint ActiveX but unable to get it work.

Can anyone please help me ?

Thank You




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