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Help with controlling number or rows displayed in report Viewer

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Hello,

I need to avoid users from scrolling down to see all records in a page, how do I control the number of rows displayed in a page?

Victor
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Hi Victor,

I suspect your report is a. rdlc.

If yes, you can manage that in report properties by following this link:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms251733(v=vs.80).aspx
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Thanks for the link. Can an rdlc be used with both Windows and Windows application without any modifications?
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What do you mean by Windows and Windows application?

.rdlc is used with either windows app or just simply .net app.

If you mean the regular app designed in report designer, then it will need to be converted to .rdl.

The c in rdlc means client - web app.
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by:vcharles
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I am not I understand your comment, O am using an rdlc report with my Windows application,
which I need to convert to a web version (aspx) and wondering if I can use the same report.
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I am not sure I understand your comment, I am using an rdlc report with my Windows application,
which I need to convert to a web version (aspx) and wondering if I can use the same report.
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It doesn't need to be converted. If you are already using the reportviewer on a windows application, then it must already have been a .rdlc report which meant means it works as stated on any .aspx web app.
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Thanks.
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