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C# Report wont work on target computer

Posted on 2014-01-14
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Hi together,

I am new in programming reports and I have a simple question.
I have coded a c# Windows forms program with visual Studio 2013.
I transfered the program (.exe) to the target machine. Everything works fine.
The database behind (SQL Server 2012) is opened, the data is displayed in gridviews.
But Forms with an reportviewer-component won't start.
No reports can be displayed.
The target machine is up to date. No updates can be found.
I think I have to installed some MS stuff for running reports on the machine.

Does anyone know what it ist.

Thanx for your help.
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Hi together,

I have solved it by my own....
I Need the reportviewer.msi on the target machine.
The reportviewer itself Needs the SQLSysCLRTypes.msi

Then it worx
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