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I am creating ASP.Net web parts application. I created SQL reports and want to add SQL reports to ASP.Net web parts application.I am new to Web parts application and don'tknow
how to add SQL reports to this.Pls let me know.

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Here is a great tutorial on how to do it:
http://www.beansoftware.com/ASP.NET-Tutorials/Web-Parts.aspx
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Thanks for the tutorial. But my problem is I need to add the sql report(already created one). The user should able to execute the report from the web part. Please give me an idea how to do this?

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Hi I added the File Upload control to one web part zone  and browse the report and saved it to the folder i created in the application. Now I want to display the reports from that folder into another web part zone and execute the report from that web part zone.
Please give me an idea.
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