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Open a report ( generated by SQL Reporting Services) within a web application

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Hi everybody

I have a web application developped in VS .NET. A functionality is displaying product data of customers and restricted by choosing different options and filling data in the filter area. The same functionality I have as report implemented with the SQL reporting services.

Now I would like to open that report from within the web application and passing the choosen filter as parameter so that the report is displaying the same result as I have displayed on the monitor.

I don't know how to do it and hope anybody can help me. Thanks in advance.
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