Jonathan Spink


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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.

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2006-08-09

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