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BOOK: Professional SQL Server Reporting Services ISBN: 0-7645-6878-7
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Hi All,
My company has a zillion crystal reports v9.0 that we are delivering with ASP 3.0. We are interested in SRSS, but we have not moved to .Net. We are wondering if we can use ASP 3.0 to deliver SRSS reports. We realize we may have to create the reports with .Net, but are wondering can we we deliver them via ASP 3.0. Any ideas or directions would be appreciated.

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I would have someone write a web service consumer utility app for you using ASP.NET. You could parse the SOAP messages to work with the web service but it would be a real hassle. If this is your only option, take a look at the COM-based SOAP Toolkit (Hurry, it won't be supported after July 1). You can also download the WebMatrix ASP.NET web forms editor for free from www.ASP.NET.

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