We are generating RDLC which we give to a new LocalReport (we don’t have and want a ReportViewer). Generating a PDF is no problem, but. Is there any way to improve the performance of local report or even an . @ Joe My bad, can I assume that LocalReport’s Render function is. Empty; byte bytes = (“PDF”, null, out mimeType, out encoding, out extension, out streamids, out warnings); FileStream fs.
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I am using rdlc reports. To do this in the background, that’s more a question of how your app is written.
You can just spin up a new thread, or use a BackgroundWorker if this is a WinForms appetc. There, of course, may be multithreading issues to be aware of. You can use following code which generate pdf file in background as like on button click and then would popup in brwoser with SaveAs and cancel option.
ReportViewer rendering problem in C# Windows Forms
Write bytes, 0, bytes. So do I just use a generic ReportViewer not one on any form?
c# – Creating a PDF from a RDLC Report in the Background – Stack Overflow
In fact, you can just instantiate a LocalReport object use its default constructor then set the ReportPath or ReportEmbeddedResource property and use it on its own. Why do I get “The report definition for report has not been specified”?
SetParameters param ; viewer. An error occurred during local report processing. You don’t need to have a reportViewer control anywhere – you can create the LocalReport on the fly: Write renderedBytes, 0, renderedBytes.
Dispose ; You can also add parameters: Rarepuppers 1 9 Dominic Shaw 1 6. We need report viewer if want get a formatted pdf file. Write rpbybe0, rpbybe. Prashant vishwakarma 2 5. Add rds ; report. Write mybytes, 0, mybytes.
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