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Downaloding rld's as excel's from the reportserver programmatically

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I was wondering if there was anyway to download the Build Summary.rdl that is on the report server into a local folder programmatically. What I want to do is e-mail the Build Summary report as an xls file when a build is complete. I already have an e-mail getting send out with the link to the Build Summary but now I want to add the excel to the email.

So is there a way and if so how do I download the Build Summary.rdl as an excel file to a file on my computer in C#.

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