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Why does ReportViewer control or the Microsoft Report Designer think it needs a reference to my file / assembly?

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I'm using VS 2010 to build a web app in ASP .NET 3.5 [C#]. I drop a ReportViewer control onto my web form. I go to the design view, I click on the smart tab on the ReporViewer control and choose "Design a new report". When i do this I get an error saying that the Microsoft Report Designer could not load the file or the assembly of a custom project that i've included in my application. I don't understand why this is happening. Why does the ReportViewer control or the Microsoft Report Designer think that it needs to find this file or assembly? They seem unrelated to me??
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Vikram Singh Saini earned 2000 total points
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Check the link:

Visual Studio 2010 Report rdlc "error could not load file or assembly"

It suggests solution (not exactly) relating to your problem.

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"VEE-OH-LA" (viola) that did it! thanks...gees that was annoying...thanks again
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