I have an old ASP web page with a report button. The old report is being replaced by a new SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) report which resides somewhere on same server. Could some one show or tell me what I need to do such that when I click on the old ASP button I will be directed to the new SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) report. Show me the code for button link or example and what I have to do please. thanks
Written by Valentino Vranken.
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