Andy Leonard

HOWTO: Create an Asynchronous Schedule For a Report Server Report

SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services is one of the most exciting new enhancements to SQL Server in quite some time. The addition of a robust and flexible reporting environment is something that most DBAs and developers are pleased to see. New author Andy Leonard brings us a technique for scheduling the execution of a report asynchronously, so your application or system can get back to work while the report is being generated.

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2005-01-26

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