Are the reports created with a Telerik Reporting version available on your machine? If not, test upgrading the project with VS reports with our Upgrade Wizard
You may also try to delete the .resx
file(s) - if they store any valuable information you can save them remotely to restore them later.
The problem should not be related to Telerik Reporting licensing. If Visual Studio has generated a .licx
file in the project you may delete it - check Build Solution on Visual Studio Team Service
You can check the code of the report definition in the InitializeComponent()
method of the reportName.Designer.cs/vb
file. There should be compile-time errors that might help in locating the cause for the designer's exception. You may modify the report definition in this method. Note that we do *not* recommend this. The InitializeComponent()
method will be auto-generated each time there are changes introduced from the VS Report designer.
Can you specify what is the error you receive when trying to open the report in VS designer?
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