Monday, March 26, 2012 4:56 PM
I have been attempting to intercept a ReportViewers export event so I could clean up the data for export (the display windows shows more info than the client needs in excel). I created a temp item to hold the data for export and then tried to open an export dialog. Unfortunately the code is in VS2008 and I am not currently allowed to update to VS2010
When looking at the msdn for ReportViewer methods, ExportDialog is available in VS2010 and not VS2008. It doesn't make sense to me why the development environment would allow methods that should only be determined by the development kit. This seems a bit counter-intuitive as I associate available methods with the SDK version and not the IDE version (but not anymore...).
Why are methods available to different versions of the IDE instead of the SDK?
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Monday, April 02, 2012 4:25 PMIt wasn't specifically a suggestion. I understand there are complex reasons that go in to certain design features. I was just wondering how this one could have possibly been decided. As far as my understanding is: methods become available with the SDK. This makes it possible to use any method available in any development environment (IDE, [random word processor], etc...). Limiting a method to a specific development environment seems unnatural as that possibly incredible method that does exactly what you need may not be available to you because you prefer old-school command compiling instead of a green arrow (I prefer IDE's).
- Edited by Concorde85 Monday, April 02, 2012 4:27 PM
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Monday, April 23, 2012 4:23 PMThat is not what I asked.