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A Report to Display and Edit User 'Rights'

Reporting Services is quickly becoming one of the most popular parts of SQL Server and new author Jonathan Spink brings us an interesting use of this subsystem. He explains how Reporting Services can do more than just display data; it can also provide an easy interactive way to make changes without the overhead of a complete .NET application.   Read more...
By Jonathan Spink 2006/08/09 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: development
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Reporting on Hierarchical Recursive data using Reporting Services

Reporting Services has proven itself to be an amazing platform on which to develop all types of reports. Author Asif Sayed brings us some .NET code for using Reporting Services to return data recursively in a report.   Read more...
By Asif Sayed 2006/07/12 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: development
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BlackBelt Administration: Linked Reports in Report Manager

Use Linked Reports to provide multiple "versions" of a single source report, as a mechanism for restricting consumer groups to their respective data in accordance with a "need to know."   Read more...
By Additional Articles 2006/06/28 | Source: Database Journal | Category: development
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Data Driven Subscriptions

Reporting Services is a great subsystem for SQL Server that fulfills quite a few needs. However just like SQL Server, there are some features that are limited to the Enterprise Editions, something that not every user can afford to implement. New author Jason Selburg brings us a way to implement subscriptions to reports using Standard edition.   Read more...
By Jason Selburg 2006/06/01 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: development
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Create Reports from Any Data Source Using SQL Server Reporting Service

SQL Server Reporting Services makes it easy to build reports from database data, but what if the data isn't in a database? This article shows you how to take advantage of Reporting Services' unique extensibility model to build reports from ADO.NET datasets.   Read more...
By Additional Articles 2006/05/03 | Source: DevX | Category: development
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SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services: Building basic reports

Excerpted from Brian Larson's book Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services 2005, this chapter will help you build a table report and matrix report without the use of the Report Wizard, and it will discuss two new report types -- the chart report and the list report.   Read more...
By Additional Articles 2006/03/15 | Source: Other | Category: development
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SQL 2005 Reporting Services Part 2

This month we will begin creating reports using the SQL Server Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS).  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2006/02/09 | Source: Database Journal | Category: development
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Implementing Smart Reports with the Microsoft Business Intelligence Pl

This article presents an excerpt from the book, Applied Microsoft Analysis Services, by Teo Lachev. Learn how to author “smart” reports using Reporting Services (SSRS), Analysis Services (SSAS), and SQL Server CLR stored procedures. Get the reports demonstrated in this article by downloading the sample code.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2006/02/01 | Source: TechNet Blogs | Category: design and theory
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Building Reports Based On Stored Procedures

Usually developers like having full control over their reports but what happens if you have someone designated to build reports who does not quite know the backend schema. A good way to separate the building of the data for the report and the report design could be stored procedures. Now I consume stored procedures using Oracle which is not much different consuming stored procedures with SQL Server, however building the procedures is much different between the two. Even though I mention and show examples of stored procedures this is not an article for building them, just a guide for consuming a stored procedure within a Reporting Services Report.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2005/11/22 | Source: Other | Category: development
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Tutorial: Adding Conditional Formatting into Reporting Services

Last time, we discussed how to create your first report in Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services. The report we created was a status report on SQL Server Agent jobs. The report we created was from the template and was very crude looking because of that. In this short article, we are going to look at improving that report and answer a common newsgroup question I see. This week, we are going to set the rows of the report to alternate colors.   Read more...
By Brian Knight 2005/09/16 (first published: 2004/07/06) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: development
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Reporting Services 2005

Reporting Services has been enhanced in SQL Server 2005 and new author Anubhav Bansal brings us a how-to guide for editing your reports.   Read more...
By Anubhav Bansal 2005/09/05 | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: development
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Mastering OLAP Reporting: Extending Conditional Formatting: SWITCH and

We will use SWITCH() to enact conditional formatting in a couple of different ways. First, we will use it to drive formatting of a value to meet requirements that are based upon the magnitude of the value itself. As a part of our practice with SWITCH() to achieve our ends, we will delve into a popular formatting convention for negative (and other "outlier") numbers.   Read more...
By Additional Articles 2005/08/25 | Source: Database Journal | Category: development
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Business Intelligence with SQL Server Reporting Services - Part 3

Reporting Services exposes web methods via XML web services to facilitate cross platform reports management and delivery. It's a simple SOAP based API makes it very easy to add full functionality of reporting services in your application. It provides a set of rendering and viewing functions as well as complete set of management routines. Reporting services web service is the one stop shop for subscription, management, publishing, scheduling and rendering reports.   Read more...
By Additional Articles 2005/08/19 | Source: Other | Category: development
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Business Intelligence with SQL Server Reporting Services - Part 2

A look at Parameterized reports, stored procedures to retrieve data and the Report Viewer.   Read more...
By Additional Articles 2005/08/18 | Source: Other | Category: development
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Tutorial: Designing Your First Report in SQL Server Reporting Services

Trying to get past the Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services learning curve? Well never fret, this article is a first in a series of tutorials to walk you through creating a practical report for your company to monitor your SQL Server databases. In this sample report, we are going to create a job monitoring system. Specifically, we are going to connect to our SQL Server and report if the jobs succeeded or failed the last time they ran.   Read more...
By Brian Knight 2005/08/05 (first published: 2004/06/28) | Source: SQLServerCentral.com | Category: development
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Business Intelligence with Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services - P

Microsoft provides the most comprehensive integrated business intelligence, data mining, analysis and reporting solution with its state of the art Microsoft SQL Server Analysis services and Microsoft SQL Server reporting services. With the modern architecture design based on XML web services, SQL Server Reporting Services provides highly flexible, scalable, customizable and high performance reporting solution in a cost effective way. This article is a developer's introduction to SQL server reporting services, its functionality and how it can be used to provide state of the art reporting solutions.   Read more...
By Additional Articles 2005/07/14 | Source: Other | Category: development
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MSDN TV: Report Authoring Tips and Tricks

Getting started with SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services or the new report controls in Visual Studio 2005? Brian Welcker demonstrates some tips and tricks that you can use to add interactive features to your own reports.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2005/06/27 | Source: MSDN Communities | Category: development
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MSSQL Server Reporting Services: Mastering OLAP Reporting: Percent of

An important consideration, when designing a Business Intelligence system within any environment, is a consideration for "where to put the intelligence" among the various "layers" within the system. I have stated many times in the past, in both articles and presentations, that "multi-layered reporting solutions require multi-layered architects," and nowhere is this truer than within the design and implementation of the Microsoft integrated business intelligence solution. This article provides an excellent example of such considerations: the option for placing a needed calculation at either the Analysis Services level (within the cube structure) or the Reporting Services level.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2005/06/24 | Source: Database Journal | Category: development
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Extending Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services with Custom Cod

This article presents an excerpt from the book, Microsoft Reporting Services in Action, by Teodor Lachev. Learn how to implement advanced report functionality using custom code.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2005/04/13 | Source: MSDN Communities | Category: development
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Deliver User-Friendly Reports from Your Application with SQL Server Re

Flexible reporting capabilities are a requirement for most business applications and their integration into Web apps makes them more versatile than ever. With the recent release of SQL Server™ 2000 Reporting Services, you can easily add reporting from diverse data sources. In this article I will introduce report authoring using Visual Studio® and Reporting Services and demonstrate how to integrate reports into your Web applications. Reporting Services is a server-based reporting platform that is built on the .NET Framework and integrated with SQL Server 2000, so you can integrate rich reporting features into your apps using an extensive Web services-based API. Although the report server uses SQL Server as the repository for reports, any data source with an OLE DB, ODBC, or ADO.NET provider can be used to supply data to the reports, making Reporting Services a great choice for reporting in diverse enterprise environments.  Read more...
By Additional Articles 2005/04/12 | Source: MSDN Communities | Category: development
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