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SQL Server Reporting Services 2005 with ASP.NET 2.0 ReportViewer Control - Need Page Size....

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Hi,

I am using ASP.NET 2.0 with SQL Server Reporting Services 2005. I have created SQL Server Report and i am calling this report from ASP.NET web page using ReportViewer control (By embedding the report in reportviewer control). Here is my question:

How can i display 100 records per page using ReportViewer control while displaying the sql server report ? I have seen so many articles but never gave me an idea how can i achieve this ? Can you please provide me the sample code / properties needed to solve my issue ?

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Hello,

I am using a ReportViewer control in my web application. I was curious on how I can enable paging for the ReportViewer control so the user does not have to scroll endlessly through the data that is returned. I couldn't find any obvious properties on the control itself. Thank you for any advice.

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I ended up finding the answer to this. Within ReportingServices you must set the "InteractiveHeight" to a number greater than 0. If it is set to 0 paging will be disabled which in my case it was. By setting it to 5, paging returned.

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