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Integrate .rdl (created in ssrs 2008 r2) file to webpage

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Hi,

I have a situation where I need to show .rdl file (created in ssrs 2008 r2 business development studio) on a web page. I dont have web experience. Can you please suggest me the way to show it on web page.

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Hi,
     Here is the step by step development as required.
http://forums.asp.net/p/1262045/2361785.aspx
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Use the ReportViewer on Web page and call the report from code.
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