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sample vb.net code to open SSRS

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Hi all,
could you please give me simple vb.net (including dataset ) to open SSRS file

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Francis sZE
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.... those two link are not talking about vb.net coding how to lunch a SSRS, they are saying about SSRS creation.
What I want is about vb.net code to lunch a existed MSSQL REPORTING SERVICE file...

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