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Integrating .NET Code and SQL Server Reporting Services

SQL Server Reporting Services versions 2000 and 2005 (SSRS) has many powerful features. SSRS has a well-designed data access engine, a great set of layout tools, and an excellent expression system for creating complex formulas. While the expression system is quite powerful it is not suitable for all applications. This is where SSRS shines. SSRS gives developers the ability to add custom code to their report layouts. This article demonstrates adding custom code to SQL Server Reporting Services reports.

2006-12-28 18:00:00   Source: Integrating .NET Code and SQL Server Reporting Services   Tags: Database

SQL Server Reporting Services: Extending SSRS: Developing Custom Charting Components and Rendering Extensions

Though SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) provides excellent charting capabilities, the native options may not always satisfy your requirements. Learn how you can create a custom charting component and integrate it with an SSRS report, and how you can develop a custom report renderer (by extending a native one) to render a report just as you’d like.

Incorporating ASP.NET MVC and SQL Server Reporting Services, Part 1

Your ASP.NET MVC application needs reports. What do you do? In this article, I will demonstrate how simple it is to weave SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) into your ASP.NET MVC Applications.Your ASP.NET MVC application needs reports. What do you do? In this article, I will demonstrate how simple it is to weave SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) into your ASP.NET MVC Applications.Your ASP.NET MVC application needs reports. What do you do? In this article, I will demonstrate how simple it is to weave SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) into your ASP.NET MVC Applications.Your ASP.NET MVC application needs reports. What do you do? In this article, I will demonstrate how simple it is to weave SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) into your ASP.NET MVC Applications.

2010-08-22 19:00:00   Source: Incorporating ASP.NET MVC and SQL Server Reporting...   Tags: Database

Incorporating ASP.NET MVC and SQL Server Reporting Services, Part 2

In the last issue, I introduced you to the basics of incorporating SQL Server Reporting Services into your ASP.NET MVC applications. In this issue, I’ll finish the series by illustrating how we can transfer data between the ASP.NET MVC context and the SSRS report context. In addition, I will also cover deployment issues such as authentication.

2010-10-28 19:00:00   Source: Incorporating ASP.NET MVC and SQL Server Reporting...   Tags: Database

The Baker’s Dozen: 13 Power Tips for Using SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 R2

With each new version of SQL Server Reporting Services, Microsoft continues to offer new functionality for reporting. SQL Server 2008 R2, released to manufacturing in mid-2010, represents Microsoft’s fourth major release of Reporting Services in the last 10 years. This fourth release focuses on map generation and various business intelligence/data visualization features. In this article, I’ll demonstrate 13 significant features in SSRS.

2011-06-30 19:00:00   Source: The Baker’s Dozen: 13 Power Tips for Using SQL Server...   Tags: Database
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