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ReportViewer: Grouping Data in RDLC Report

In my previous tutorial I discussed on how to create a sub report and pass a parameter value in ReportViewer. Sub report is useful if you can’t group data to display the related record. This is true with Order-Details report. However, sub reports in RDLC seems too slow when rendering a report. As much as possible, try to avoid using sub report if it can be done using Groupings. In this VB.NET 2010

ReportViewer: Mailing Labels Using RDLC Report in VB.NET 2010

Mailing Labels is useful if you want to send mail to your customers using generated labels report. There are only few samples on the internet regarding the mailing labels for VB.NET especially in 2010 version, so I created this project to help you create Labels using RDLC Report. This time I don’t use code to display the report, instead I used the drag and drop operation to bind a report in

ReportViewer: Passing Parameters to Sub Reports in RDLC

Microsoft ReportViewer is the best alternative to Crystal Reports. In fact it is very easy to create RDLC report compare to crystal reports. Here are some of the features in this source code: Add subreport in addition to main report. Also called Parent and Child report. Pass parameter from main report to subreport. Use ID or the primary key of the main report to Fill DataSet of Subreport to speed

The definition of the report 'Main Report' is invalid

When you try to convert RDLC Report from VB.NET 2005/2008 to VB.NET 2010, you will encounter an error “The definition of the report 'Main Report' is invalid”. This error is caused by a wrong version on the Project Reference. The work around on this is to remove the two references: Microsoft.ReportViewer.Common Microsoft.ReportViewer.WinForms