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Reporting Services from WebBrowser control - Print = "unable to load client print control" RRS feed

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  • UPDATE #2: When it said "Do you want to install Microsoft SQL Server" I said "yes" and that caused it to work. I exited and re-ran and now the print runs w/o the "install SQL Server" (If the prompt had said "Do you want to install the print dialog" we wouldn't be having this discussion...) 


    UPDATE: After posting this i discovered that the same thing occurs when attempting to print the report direct from IE6: First a dialog pops up "Do you want to install this software?" Name: Microsoft SQL Server. When I click "Don't Install" I get the dialog "unable to load client print control." Since this happens direct from IE6 I suspect it's browser settings. I'll resume tomorrow and post a followup.


    My WinForm C# app integrates Reporting Services by calling them from WebBrowser controls. The problem is attempts to print cause a dialog: "unable to load client print control."

    I've read prior posts that say "enable Active-X in your browser" - I don't know how to do that from a WebBrowser control.

    Any ideas how to support Reporting Services "Print" from within a WebBrowser control?

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    Tuesday, March 20, 2007 11:44 PM

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