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Binding Reports to Windows Forms Viewers

Visual Studio .NET 2003

Before you can display a report in the Windows Forms Viewer, you must bind a report object to the viewer. You can do this by assigning the ReportSource property of the Windows Forms Viewer.

You may bind a report at design time to initialize a Windows Forms Viewer. You may also bind a report at runtime to support the displaying of different reports based on interactivity with the user or another Windows Form control.

You can also bind a report that is available as a Report Web Service to a Windows Forms Viewer.

The Windows Forms Viewer displays a report with temporary data at design time.

After you bind the report to a viewer, you can build and run the Windows application. The Windows Forms Viewer displays the report with real data at runtime

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