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C# 2008 calling SSRS

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Is it possible to call a SSRS report from within a C# program? I need to process data before presenting the report so I want to have the program perform the processing and then at the end call a SSRS to present the data. If this is possible please explain how to do so or povide links to examples. Thanks in advance for your help.
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