Take a look at:
We also have Silverlight Viewer Control for Microsoft Reporting Services:
I wanted to address this question because not having visual studio 2010 silverlight sql 2010 report viewer has been one of my biggest complaints.
I made a comment to Brian Hartman who is part of the sql Reportviewer team. Here is his blog http://blogs.msdn.com/brianhartman/archive/2009/11/16/report-viewer-at-pdc-2009.aspx
I included in this blog a link to stella chan who is the program manager for sql 2010 Reportviewer team. Her talk is sql 2008 r2
and sql 2010....Please enjoy!
Brian did assure me that this is something they will be working on in the future . He also said microsoft was deeply committed
However he told me they simply did not have enought time
to finish this for sql 2010 Personally I just wish it was sooner than later!!!
Please make your comments or complaints at the link I will provide below -I know for a fact that the sql reportviewer team takes these comments very seriously, In fact both stella chan and Brian Hartman look for closely at the following forum.....
here is the site where I made my complaint about not having visual studio 2010, silverlight 4 sql 2010 reportviewer
The title is sql 2010 reporting for silverlight 4 wpf vs 2010
forum. Please make sure you send feedback back to them about this issue....Please provide feeback so we fellow programmers can make silverlight this a better product. Thank you for listening and I hope this gets back to the silverlight team as well....
I also wanted to say that having telerik reporting and Report sharpshooter -silverlight reportviewer is a big plus. I hope Infragistics and
crystal reports will also have silverlight reportviewer in the near future.
By the way Crystal Reports will no longer be a part of Visual Studio 2010 it will be a free download instead and it also have a reportviewer
for Windows Presentation foundation which is good news-here is the newsletter on the subject http://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/scn/weblogs?blog=/pub/wlg/14514 .If you are interested in this product-keep watching their website as well.....
I do expect more companies to offer a silverlight sqlreportviewer in the future and I do expect that competition will make this a better
I do apologize I gave you the wrong forum, here is the correct forum. that I made my complaint on the msdn
forum... about not having sql reporting for silverlight sql 2010 I hope this helps you out......Thank you for pointing out my mistake.....I will fix this
--- I wanted to mention this Tim heuer who is program manager on the silverlight team-catch his blog http://timheuer.com/blog/about.aspx
and joe stegman group program manager silverlight sdk team here is his blog http://blogs.msdn.com/jstegman/about.aspx
They were nice enough to compile a forum for silverlight features you would love to see in silverlight!!!
Please make sure you register first to use this forum here is the link for that ----http://silverlight.uservoice.com/users/new
Than start placing your vote-here--- http://silverlight.uservoice.com/pages/4325-runtime-feature-suggestions
If you do not see your item mentioned you can simply add it to the list....
Please vote for a silverlight sql reportviewer -I really need everyone's vote!!! Thank you for listening to me complain !!
Figuerres thank you for your vote on having a silverlight sql report viewer!!
I gave up waiting for Microsoft to release silverlight report viewer and use Silverlight Viewer for Reporting Services by Perpetuum (http://www.perpetuumsoft.com/Silverlight-Viewer-for-Reporting-Services.aspx) and recommend it in my community.
Their version for SQL 2008 is in beta and I communicate with the guys in Perpetuum asking for the functionality that I want to have in the final release of product, and they are doing it... They are not like Microsoft – not so big, and maybe that is why they are much more responsive. I am sure that some day Microsoft releases silverlight report viewer for SSRS, and I am curious to have a look at it, and maybe even migrate if they do something better than Perpetuum product, because anyway, all my reports will be still in SSRS, not based on any third-party reporting tool, such as Telerik or whatever.
So I am not going to postpone my projects waiting Microsoft to finally reply to our needs.
You may want to give Active Reports 6 a try,it offers exception reporting capabilities and is supported on SilverLight ,Web Forms and WinForms.You can also extend its capabilities to WPF and LightSwitch as well.You can get more information on Active Reports 6 here and using Active Reports in SilverLight here.
Here are a few links from the Active Reports 6 Blog which have some description about :