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Is it possible to build a HTML site from a RDLC report that view live data ?

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First i need to know if its possible to create a HTML (eks: asp.net) site from a RDLC report.

And if this is possible, will it be a static site or can it be reloaded to view fresh data ?
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With unlimited time and unlimited resources anything is possible.  

For these kinds of conversions you need a parser to break out the content for processing into appropriate document elements tagged with HTML; or you might parse it as XML and then generate from that.  Either way you will need the parser.  I am not aware of a parser for RDLC to HTML conversions so you will need to either write your own or hire a developer with intimate knowledge of the internal formatting of RDLC.

I don't have the skills required to do it, but I posted to try and get you going in the direction you need because EE asked me to look at the question as a designated Expert for the topic.

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Thanks for Your answer :-)
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