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I want to create Report model definition file (SMDL) file on a fly using c#

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Hi,

I need to create Report model definition file (SMDL) file on a fly(programmatically) using c# in order to support Ad hoc reporting. is it possible?
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by:Éric Moreau
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maybe have a look at http://www.gotreportviewer.com/.
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raghavsandeep earned 0 total points
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I guess, there is no way. We need to generate it programatically only.
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