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Microsoft.ReportingServices.SharePoint.UI.WebParts Namespace

Contains the classes used by the Report Viewer Web Part. The Report Viewer Web Part provides interfaces for you to customize the user interface for your Web part page in SharePoint. In addition, the Report Viewer Web part supports connections from Web parts that implement IFilterValues (for report parameters) and IWebPartRow (for report path).

The Report Viewer Web Part is installed with the Reporting Services Add-in for SharePoint Technologies. For more information, see How to: Install or Uninstall the Reporting Services Add-in.

The Report Viewer Web Part is used by SQL Server Reporting Services in SharePoint integrated mode to display reports that SharePoint users request in the SharePoint UI. For an overview of the user interface in the Report Viewer Web Part, see Using the Report Viewer Web Part on a SharePoint Site.

Public classReportParameterDefaultCollectionRepresents a collection of report parameters. This class is referenced by the OverrideParameters property.
Public classReportViewerWebPartRepresents the Report Viewer Web Part.

Public enumerationCollapsibleDisplayModeRepresents the available display modes of the document map and the parameter prompt area. This enumeration is referenced by the DocumentMapMode and PromptAreaMode properties.
Public enumerationDockToolBarLocation
Public enumerationToolBarDisplayModeRepresents the available display modes of the toolbar in the report viewer Web part. This enumeration is referenced by the ToolBarMode property.
Public enumerationToolBarItemRepresents the available toolbar items in the Report Viewer Web Part. This enumeration applies the System.FlagsAttribute attribute, which allows you to perform bitwise operations to combine its member values. It is referenced by the ToolBarItemsDisplayMode property, which defines the visibility of individual toolbar items.
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