Execution Service. Load Report(String, String) Method
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Loads a report from the report server into a new execution.
public: ReportExecution2005::ExecutionInfo ^ LoadReport(System::String ^ Report, System::String ^ HistoryID);
public ReportExecution2005.ExecutionInfo LoadReport (string Report, string HistoryID);
member this.LoadReport : string * string -> ReportExecution2005.ExecutionInfo
Public Function LoadReport (Report As String, HistoryID As String) As ExecutionInfo
The full name of the report.
The history ID of the snapshot.
An ExecutionInfo object containing information for the loaded report.
For a code example, please see the Render method.
The table below shows header and permissions information on this operation.
|SOAP Header Usage||(In) TrustedUserHeaderValue
|Native Mode Required Permissions||On the main report: ReadProperties AND ExecuteAndView
On all subreports: ReadProperties
|SharePoint Mode Required Permissions||On the main report and all subreports: <xref:Microsoft.SharePoint.SPBasePermissions.ViewListItems>|
This method should be called prior to calling the Render method for a report.
Depending on the execution properties of the report, the returned ExecutionInfo may either be a snapshot ready to be rendered or a report that needs to be processed. If a
HistoryID is specified, the report has already been processed and it will be able to be rendered immediately.
The returned ExecutionInfo object will contain a new ExecutionID.
By default, report edit sessions are set to 7200 seconds (2 hours) from last use, making it possible for users to keep a large amount of data in the cache for a prolonged period of time. In some usage patterns, this could lead to a larger load on the
RSTempDB database and the report server. In these cases you should consider using LoadReport.