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way of showing SQL Server 2005 Reports in ASP.NET 1.1

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Hi Experts,

We have an ASP.NET 1.1 Application that is written using VS2003 but using SQL Server 2005 as database.

Can we use Report Viewer Control that comes with SQL Server 2005 in our ASP.NET 1.1 Application?

If not, Can some one suggest some alternative way of showing SQL Server 2005 Reports in ASP.NET 1.1  appllication.

Thanks in Advance
Rajesh
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Dear Rajesh_mj


You have a crystal report version embedded in ASP.NET you can use that for designing the reports which is a very powerful tool.

create the report and test it then use the Report Viewer Control to display the report.


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by:Rajesh_mj
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Hi,

This is my client's need.I want to know whether it is possible or not .When i search the software require ment for sql 2005 reporting service i found that one of the reqiurement is asp.net 2.0.Does it means that it is not working on asp.net 1.1 application.Also i need to prove this my a url reference...

Thanks in advance
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by:Rajesh_mj
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Hi,
I think sql 2005 reporting service is only compatable with asp.net 2.0 or later versions.If am wrong
correct me..

Many Thanks
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you can create SQL Server 2005 reports
then you can give your users the URL
it has nothing to do with ASP

see what i mean is if you want to go for SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services then you can create design the report there and then after that deploy it and just send the users the url for the report.
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