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I have a Report that works fine own its own. At the top, there are 2 text boxes for the user to enter data, after which the user clicks View Report and the report is displayed below.

I am now trying to integrate the report into a C# web application. The top part of the report displays, the user enters data, cicks View Report and then ... nothing. A little flash of the page perhaps, but the lower part of the report is not displayed. If I look at the html I see that the information is truly not there.

What should I be looking for?
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Which reporting tool are you using?

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Do you mean BIDs? This is what I used to develop the report, but when it comes to the C# code, it is not involved, using Visual Studio for that.
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found it. problem in page load.
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