I am trying to export a report in ReportViewer to pdf format and then print it. the export, not sure how to print – and I only have a C# example. (new ReportDataSource(tName, getReportData( sqlGet, tersCommandLine))); // export to byte array. Is is possible to export directly to Excel or PDF from a code behind file so here is a class I wrote in c# that will perform the actions for you.
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Generating a PDF file from a Reporting Services Report Viewer Control
rdld Is there any way to improve the performance of local report or even an alternative if not? I have been looking for a solution for quite some time but the general consensus seems to be that it’s just slow. Public members should be PascalCase ; locals and parameters should be camelCase.
That would make the signature read like this:. ParametersCommandLineand streamids would be streamIds. Notice how that one even gets the syntax highlighter confused? The filetype parameter is stringly typedand wants to be an enum.
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Add new ReportDataSource repD. Joe 26 1 3.
Can we see the code in the LocalReport class? Of particular interest is the Render method.
Local report is a Microsoft class referenced by Microsoft. You may want to edit and include the SQL involved, and maybe the content of the. Have you tried any profiling?
That would make the signature read like this: But if I had to pick only 1 name to change, it would be this one: And I don’t understand the doubling-up of m in fromm and o in too – if that’s just to make from and to usable names, you have two options: Prefix with a verbatim specifier, making them from and to. Seriously though, don’t do that. Give them a meaningful name; I’d match them with the parameters they’re mapped to, so that would be startDate and endDate.
Forgive my ignorance, but the OP asked about performance and you commented on naming conventions.
Is that standard practice for CR. Feel free to add an answer if you see any way to improve anything, including performance.
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