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Reporting Service (RDLC) and Dundas

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Hi there

We've created several pages (Reporting 1 - 10)  for reporting in ASP.NET 2.0 utilising Dundas Chart and it works well.

But now we want a bundled report (Report 1 - 10 ... compiled into page 1 - 10) and the only way to do it is by using Reporting Service (RLDC) but now my question is how to integrate with Dundas with .rdlc file?

Why is required bundled? It's due to that we want a single click to product the report instead of print 1 by one on the page.

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