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MSSQL ReportViewer - Paging Not Working

Posted on 2009-07-01
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I've got a reportviewer control in C# utilizing ASP.NET (provided by Microsoft for MS SQL 2005 reporting service, and it's the most current SP1 redistribution.) The reports are populating in the control fine, the only problem is that it's not paging. If the report calls for multiple pages, then the control makes it into one long page.

The "Interactive Height" and "Interactive Width" are both set in the report (to 8.5 x 11) so I'm not sure what else could be going wrong here.

Thanks!
-Tyler
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I found the solution to this to be much more simple than any troubleshooting that might come from this thread. I piped the ReportViewer1.ServerReport.Render function output of byte data into a PDF file created on our file server (which it needed to do anyway ...) and then just linked to that file with Response.Redirect.
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