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I am trying to prepare report in SSRS 2k8 (25000+ recrds) and export it to the EXCEL.
I want this all records in one sheet in EXCEL as output. how could  I acheive this?

Any thoughts are welcome.

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I was trying to prepare a report which is 2300+ (500000 records) pages in SSRS designer. now am planning to export to EXCEL.
When am trying to do this, it gets failed.

I understand the reason behind it, may be because the excel fails to create new sheets. may be am wrong.

Please help me to achieve
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Thanks in advance
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I found the soln.
thnx
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