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Last post Aug 26, AM by gunterhoflack. May 10, PM smcgrath LINK Is is possible to export directly to Excel or PDF from a code behind file without showing the reportviewer first and without the user having to click the export button. So that only the generating functionality is used? The example below is in c code behind. What I am struggling with now is figuring out how to bind the datasource to the reportviewer using this method. I keep getting an error message stating A data source instance has not been supplied for the data source "MyDataSourceName".

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Last post Aug 26, AM by gunterhoflack. May 10, PM smcgrath LINK Is is possible to export directly to Excel or PDF from a code behind file without showing the reportviewer first and without the user having to click the export button. So that only the generating functionality is used? The example below is in c code behind. What I am struggling with now is figuring out how to bind the datasource to the reportviewer using this method. I keep getting an error message stating A data source instance has not been supplied for the data source "MyDataSourceName".

It's done in 3 steps:. YourTableAdapterHere ;. GetData ;. Again, thanks for the response. Now let's say I wanted to provide a link or button on my aspx page to export the report to PDF using the code you supplied. How would I go about calling that so that the report exports directly to PDF when the link or button is clicked? The last line "Response. So basically all you would do is something like this When they click it, have it fire a click event like so:. Really thats all there is too it.

It will create the report, then send it to the user as a download all by itself. Easy right? As a more detailed explanation, When you finally get the array of bytes, that is the Report itself in Raw format. After that you start all the "Response" stuff. That is created a buffer that then writes the binary data into an actually file hence the Response.

BinaryWrite method. After its finished writing the array of bytes into an actual file, it is completed finished and is ready to be sent to the client for download. Thats where Response. Flush comes in. It sends it to the client via HTTP. So it appears I'm doing something wrong when setting up the dataset and creating the report datasource. I converted your code into VB, so maybe something got lost in translation along the way. Below is my code. What am I doing wrong? The best way to find out is to fire up visual studio.

Do the following:. Everything is working as expected now. This looks exactly like what I am needing myself! I'm needing the VB version of this code, it looks like you just created a seperate class for this code? I know that Scott says to call it from the ReportViewer. Render function, but when I look at my method options for the ReportViewer class the only Render method I see is the PreRender method -- is this where I call it from?

Since this is something I think I'll be doing fairly often -- sending the report output straight to PDF, I decided to create a separate class for the code.

Below is what I have so far. I am stuck with one spot, and I'm hoping maybe you all can help me with it. I set up the call to the stored procedure inside of the. I've played around with how to make this work in my function, but no matter what I do it keeps erroring out when calling the ReportViewer.

Render method. I have tried commenting out the dataset, as you see below, and also commenting out the creation of the ReportDataSource altogether.

This feels like something simple that I'm overlooking. I'm going to keep playing around myself, but am hoping somebody can help save me some time! I'm going to clean it up just a little bit more, so that the hard-coded stuff is passed in as parameters, but hopefully this will help anybody else who is looking to do something similar Export to Excel -Large empty row on top problem rdlc reportviewer PDF generate reports programmatically Excel reportview visual studio That will fix your error.

You will need to either create a certificate on your own using Certificate Authority in Windows if this is an internal website only, however if this is a generic website for many users on the internet then you will want to purchase an SSL cert from a reputable service such as Godaddy. And when I start to use response. For a windows Forms application you will generate the PDF file using the same Render method, but then you would normally export it to the user using the SaveFileDialog or some other transport.

I don't have a test project for this so I can't give you a bunch of code for it, would take me too much time to set it up, but basically all you need to do is perform the Render method against the ReportViewer and that returns an array of bytes byte[]. You can then take that array of bytes and shove it into a memory stream or write it to a file anyway you choose. Do I have to note that also? Write renderedBytes, 0, renderedBytes.

I don't get any data in my table , where do I have to bind my data to the report before I render it? Hang on NET website and NOT windows forms, several people have asked for help converting this to Windows forms, so here is a class I wrote in c that will perform the actions for you. This class has 2 basic functions that will either auto save the file to a specified location, or open a save file dialog for the user to save it that way.

To use the class just copy and paste it to your project, make sure you have the necessary Microsoft. Reporting references, and you should be good. Here is how to use the class:. Add rds. This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Learn more. Print Share Twitter Facebook Email. I am using VB and LocalReport processing.

Local; viewer. Clear ; Response. Imports System. WebControls Imports Microsoft. WebForms Imports System. SqlClient Imports System. Data Imports System. Local viewer. Clear Response. BinaryWrite bytes ' create the file ' send it to the client to download Response. EventArgs Handles Button1.

Thanks a lot for your assistance! Thanks again for your help! Imports Microsoft. VisualBasic Imports Microsoft. Render "PDF", Nothing, mimeType, encoding, extension, streamids, warnings ' Now that you have all the bytes representing the PDF report, buffer it and send it to the client.

Clear WebPage. BinaryWrite bytes ' create the file ' send it to the client to download WebPage. Int dc. Masterr None. Bcozz I'm struggling to convert the ssrs report to pdf I'm getting error while rendering Then how to convert my asp. WinForms System. IO System. I don't have a test project for this so I can't give you a bunch of code for it, would take me too much time to set it up, but basically all you need to do is perform the Render method against the ReportViewer and that returns an array of bytes byte[] You can then take that array of bytes and shove it into a memory stream or write it to a file anyway you choose.

Close end sub. IO; using System. Forms; using Microsoft. Add rds ; return viewer. Create, FileAccess.

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Processes the report and renders it in the specified format using a stream provided by a callback function. Namespace: Microsoft. WinForms Assembly: Microsoft. WinForms in microsoft. This argument maps to a rendering extension.

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