Writing custom code ssrs 2008

And that kind of wraps it up. When you want to roll this into your own Rendering Extension, don’t forget to “Strong Name” your assembly .
You’ll need the assembly’s “Public Key Blob”, which you can find by running (from the Visual Studio Command Prompt) sn -Tp [pathToAssembly]\[assemblyFileName] . This post explains how you can roll the command into the VS Tools menu .
After that, you need to update two config files: and . Both are located under (by default) C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\\Reporting Services\ReportServer

Writing custom code ssrs 2008

writing custom code ssrs 2008

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