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Is it possible to auto refresh a specific data set using custom code or tweeking the RDL file?

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Is it possible to auto refresh a specific data set using custom code or tweeking the RDL file?
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by:rajvja
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Hi

try this link which has useful info reg.
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/bimusings/archive/2005/07/13/438477.aspx
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Microsoft site is down...
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itcouple earned 500 total points
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Hi

You can't! You can only set it up on Report as the whole! This is due the way the report is rendered. You cannot use code because it does not interact with dataset at all! I've been there :)

Unless you want to write your own rendering engine or you decide to go with report viewer and split the report into smaller parts and control them using asp.net/javascript similar to PerformancePoint.

Regards
Emil
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thanks
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