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Using Telerik Reporting in a WebSite

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Robert Canal
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Robert Canal asked on 15 Jun 2010, 03:00 PM
I am new to Telerik and trying to create a report to use in a ASP.Net Website using VS 2008.  After "Add New Item" > "Telerik Report Q1 2010", and then Run the wizard to pull data from a SQL database, and set up the report in the Designer tab, I can not see any results in the Preview or Html Preview.  Note for some reason the report wants to be in the App_Code folder, not sure if that means anything or why it wants to be in that folder.  I also tried to make a page with a report viewer on it to see if it can desplay the results, and found that the report view can't even find an associated report in the project.  Any help you could give would be great.

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answered on 15 Jun 2010, 03:53 PM
Hello Robert Canal,

As outlined in the Best Practices help article, you should host the reports in a separate class library instead of directly in your web site. Web site projects have several limitations that do not allow our designer to function properly.

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Steve
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