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In SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services,How can i applied the xslt on the output of the report.
As in reporting services we create .rdl file and when i see code it's in xml.
so how can i use xslt in this.

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I know nothing about reporting services, or how to use XSLT with it.

Jeez, if only there was an almost infinitely large supply of information supplied on an exceedingly large array of different topics, and then someone went a wrote an application that allowed you to search for specific things in amongst this large amount of information...

Maybe those things do actually exist - and maybe they are called "The Web" and "Google Search Engine". Or perhaps I only dreamed them.

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I cant understand your question. But what I can say is you can transform *.rdl using *.xsl. I tried using saxon9.jar. It works fine. Just once try the below line.
C:....>java -jar saxon9.jar *.rdl *.xsl > 1.xml.



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