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I am using Report Viewer control to display reports in my ASP.NET application. And I am using Server Report from the reporting server services. The reports are displaying fine as expected. But the problem is some reports have active links in them which when clicked redirects to another report. But the reporting server services can be accessed inside the firewall only. But my asp.net application can be accessed from any where. SO my question is how to handle those links i.e how can I display the redirection reports even in the Report Viewer control. Is there any way to manipulate the links programatically, so that they will be displayed on the report viewer.

Hai,

sorry for such a worst framing of my question. I will try now to elaborate it.

1. I have a reporting server installed in my private network. So I can access the reports on the reporting service only inside my private network.
2. Now I am designing a web APP which needs to display some of the existing reports which are already deployed on the reporting services.
3. For That I am using ReportViewer Control in ASP.Net webforms. And I am using Server Report mode which actually uses the the reports already deployed on the reporting server.
4. But the problem is some of my reports have links in it. When we click those links it will redirect to another report that was deployed on the reporting server. So even when I use reportviewer control to view the existing report , the link actaully redirects me to use reporting service URL.
5. As we are using the WEB APP outside the private network, the link actually cant be accessed because the reporting server is accessible only inside the network.
6. Now My question is how can I actually handle those links in such a way that when user clicks on them, they needs to be displayed on yet another reportviewer control rather than redirecting to the reporting server URL. IS there anyway I can manipulate the URL using Code.
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