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This should work for you. this.ReportViewer.ProcessingMode = ProcessingMode.Local; path = @"C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS\<<ProjectName>>\<<FileName.rdlc>>"; .... .. You code goes here .... this.ReportViewer.LocalReport.ReportPath = path; Replace ...
If you have SSRS reporting services available, you can create a list data source and put a chart on the report connected to the data source. This would be simple, quick and out-of-the-box with no code. You can set the refresh options on the data source.
You can use SharePoint BI for the same, which is also very powerful and can serve your requirement of dash board. Data would refresh automatically and also manual refresh option is available. Below Link will give you basic idea on the same. blog link 1 Also check the link below to differentiate between Power BI and SharePoint BI blog link 2 Reference: ...
I think you need to use Chart Webpart. Chart Webpart enables users to visualize numerical data and get business insights such as trends at a glance http://www.nothingbutsharepoint.com/2013/09/12/chart-web-part-in-sharepoint-2010-aspx/
Step 1: Create a Parameter named Office Make sure you choose Text as the type and allow multiple values Create the available values: Name Value OfficeA OfficeA OfficeB OfficeB OfficeC OfficeC Choose the default values if you want to. Step 2: On your Dataset, right click the dataset name and go to dataset properties Click on filter In the filter ...
If you are not using the RS then I dont think any reason to keep it and flood ULS logs with the errors. You can uninstall it using the Add/remove program or using the command line tools. Like this msiexec.exe /uninstall rsSharePoint.msi https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa905871.aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396#bkmk_remove_addin
I can think of absolutely no reason to use an external list for SSRS when a direct Oracle connection is available. I also think your performance would be much better, depending on the size of the view. There's no downside to the direct connection, save BCS external lists for use as a column type.
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