Posted on 2011-10-13
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I am a SSRS newbie and have written a very complex SQL stored proc which takes some parameters and returns few columns.

We have SSRS already configured (sql 2005).

What should i use RDL and publish it to report server or use RDLC to create report as a part of a web app? which one is more efficient?

Please advice

Question by:pritam25shitole
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    It depends upon your use case. If you don't want much changes to be done letter, rdl is the better option.
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