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09 Sep 2011
Tejas Shah
Recently, we have weekly meetings with my team and one of developer is come up with question that, "Can we use Reports without having SQL SERVER Report Services?". That is very good question that came up by him, as he says client does not want to have SQL SERVER Reporting Services. Client SQL SERVER is hosted at Shared Hosting and does not want to extra pay to use SQL SERVER Reporting Service. Answer of his question is, YESWe can have reports without using SQL SERVER Reporting Service with same layout
Microsoft Visual Studio is providing file called "RDLC" file, by which we can develop report in Microsoft Visual Studio and that Report doesn't need to deploy on Report server and will be called from Asp.Net application itself. By RDLC, it is very simple to load report in browser. We are out of issue to deploy reports on the Report Server and execute it from there. RDLC file remains there with project files. 
In the Next post, I will explain in details to configure RDLC report with ASP.Net
 

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Tejas Shah

Microsoft Certified Professional Expert. I have 14+ years of experience in Design and Develop 100+ .Net applications using Asp.Net, C#, Asp.Net Core, VB.Net, SQL Server, MVC, AngularJS, JavaScript, Azure, HTML5 and CSS3.