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ReportViewer control V10.0.0.0 Document map behavior different than 9.0.0.0 RRS feed

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  • I have (finally) migrated a ReportViewer (Visual Studio 2008) application to VS2010. One issue remains: When the report is shown it does not show the top of the rowset until I click on the document map. Initially the document map was hidden and it was hidden after conversion but I could not see any rows in the report until I enabled and clicked on the document map.

    Is there a work-around? I do NOT want to show the document map--the purpose of this application is to illustrate use of other means to filter/navigate through a long list of customers.

    Ah, and why weren't the RDLC files automatically converted to 2008 RDLc? (the imported files were all 2005 RDLc as used in Visual Studio 2008). And why weren't the references corrected to point to the new V10 ReportViewer libraries? Why should developers have to do this?

     19:00 : I discovered that if there are page breaks on the groups, the first page is shown as blank. I removed the page breaks on all but the lowest group and it seems to work normally. I expect this is a bug fix with unintended side-effects.

    The rest of the questions remain unanswered.


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    Friday, September 10, 2010 11:07 PM
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  • Hi William,

     

    Thank you for reporting this issue here, I am observing this issue now and will give you an update later. Currently as a workaround, you may change the references manually and convert the RDLC file by open it in VS2010. You can also install ReportViewer 9.0 and use it in VS2010 without upgrade the RDLC files to version 2008.

     

    We appreciate for your understanding. If you have any question, please feel free to ask.

     

    Best Regards,

    Tony Chain

    Monday, September 13, 2010 9:46 AM
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