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Need to save reporting services as a tiff file programatically

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I have a microsoft reporting services report that I want to save as a .tiff file on the disk. I need to do it with c# web form code and have it happen programatically.

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Not sure about doing this through C#, but you can save a report as a TIFF file using a subscription on the report server, choosing "Windows File Share" instead of "Email".

Maybe you can write something to hit the subscription job to refresh (Just saved in the SQL Server Agent as a job), and then pull out the TIFF from the file location.
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by:Charles Baldo
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Hi Rick

The reason I need to do it in c# is becuase there is a timing issue. Let me keep this open a little longer. If I do not get a c# solution I will attempt to work this.

Thanks
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Good Enough, Thank You
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Thanks a lot not exactly what I was hoping for, but I can get it to work
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