I have a form which has a DataGridView displaying details pulled from a database. When the user double-clicks a row in this grid, the code grabs the value from the CustomerID column, puts it into a static public string, then opens another form which has a reportviewer. I put the report in a subfolder called Reports, which sits within the solution next to all my forms. The code for my reportviewer form is as below. Generic; using System. ComponentModel; using System.
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Locate the ReportViewer control in the Toolbox. If the Toolbox is not visible, you can access it from the View menu by selecting Toolbox. Drag the ReportViewer control onto the design surface of the Windows Form.
A ReportViewer control named reportViewer1 is added to the form. After the control is added to the form, the ReportViewer Tasks smart tag appears and prompts you to select a report. The Report Server Url is the address to the report server and the Report Path is the full path to the report to render. If the report you wish to view a report in local mode, select either the Design a new report option to launch the report designer or select a report that is already part of the existing project.
Viewing Reports in Remote Processing Mode The following example demonstrates how to render a report that has been deployed to a report server using the WinForms ReportViewer control. This example uses the Sales Order Detail report that is included with the AdventureWorks sample reports project.
NET Imports Microsoft. To add the Sales Order Detail report to a Windows application Open the Windows project to which the report will be added.
From the Project menu, select Add Existing Item. Browse to the location where you installed the AdventureWorks Report Samples project. The Sales Order Detail. Right-click the Sales Order Detail. Rename the report to Sales Order Detail. If Solution Explorer is not visible, you can open it from the View menu by selecting Solution Explorer. Note Renaming the file extension from rdl to rdlc will allow you to edit the report using report designer for MicrosoftVisual Studio After the report has been renamed, select the file and locate the Properties window.
If the Properties window is not visible, you can open it from the View menu by selecting Properties Window. The following code example will create a dataset for the sales order data and then render the Sales Order Detail report in local mode. LocalReport; localReport. Tables["SalesOrder"]; localReport. Tables["SalesOrderDetail"]; localReport. SalesOrderNumber, S. OrderDate, C. Employee E ON C. SalesOrderID, P. Name, P. NET Imports System. SqlClient Imports Microsoft.
LocalReport localReport. Sales Order Detail. Tables "SalesOrder" localReport. Tables "SalesOrderDetail" localReport.
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