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  • “ SharePoint Business Intelligence” CiRAM eSolutions Ltd > 13 years >24 years in the field Learning Tree International Course author 955 -Building Data-Driven SharePoint® Applications with SharePoint® Designer 1505 - Building Applications and Workflows with SharePoint® Designer 2010 126 Hands-on Crystal Reports Co-Author Mastering Crystal Reports 9 Presentation Title
  • 04/29/10 21:12 © 2004 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. This presentation is for informational purposes only. Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, in this summary.
  • http://weblogs.asp.net/erobillard/archive/2008/07/31/sharepoint-trace-logs-and-the-unified-logging-service-uls.aspx SharePoint Trace Logs and the Unified Logging Service (ULS) This is to explain what the ULS logs are, why they exist, and how to read and write 'em. In a nutshell, the Unified Logging Service (ULS) writes WSS 3.0 and MOSS events to SharePoint’s Trace Logs, and these are stored in the file system in ...12 LOGS . Collectively this location and its files are commonly referred to as the “ ULS Logs ” though MSDN calls them the Trace Logs . GROUP                           PERMISSIONS WSS_ADMIN_WPG à Full Control WSS_WPG                à Read & Execute – Worker Process Group   04/29/10 21:12 © 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. This presentation is for informational purposes only. Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, in this summary.
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    • 1. SharePoint Integration with SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 Gord Maric CiRAM eSolutions Ltd [email_address] 416 895-2100 twitter.com/gmaric
    • 2. Agenda
      • SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) overview
      • SSRS and SharePoint 2007
      • SSRS and SharePoint 2010 Integration
        • Improvements
        • Architecture
        • Integration
      • Appendix / Resources
    • 3. Authoring a Report
      • Business Intelligence Studio or Visual Studio
        • SQL Server 2005 SP2, SQL Server 2008, SQL Server 2005 R2
      Report Server Project
    • 4. Authoring a Report Cont’d Data Source Connection .RDS Report .RDL
    • 5. Publishing a Report to SSRS Server
    • 6. Viewing a Report
    • 7. Reporting Services Architecture SQL Server Catalog Report Server Delivery Delivery Targets (E-mail, File share, Custom) Security Services (NT, Passport, Custom) Security Data Sources (SQL, OLE DB, ODBC, Oracle, Custom ) Output Formats (HTML, Excel, PDF, Custom) Report Processing Browser:End User and Admin Management Custom App URL WMI Web Service Data Retrieval Rendering
    • 8. SSRS Demo
    • 9. SSRS 2008 and SharePoint 2007 Integration
    • 10. SSRS Integrated SSRS Add-In Install Report Server Report Server in SharePoint Mode (2008 R2) Security Extension Data Management SharePoint Object Model Reporting Services Add-in Report Viewer web part Report management UI SSRS Proxy Report Sever DB SharePoint 2010 WFE SharePoint Object Model SharePoint Config / Content DB
    • 11. SharePoint Reports Library
      • The Reports are deployed to the SharePoint Reports Library
        • Reports and configuration settings are stored in SharePoint databases
        • Secondary copies of the reports are still stored in Report Server database
          • Reduces overhead network of sending reports to report server for processing
    • 12. Viewing a Report from the Reports Library
      • Parameters can be set for the report
    • 13. SSRS 2008 and SharePoint 2007 Demo
    • 14. Integrating SSRS and SharePoint
    • 15. Integrating SSRS and SharePoint
      • Install SSRS Reporting Services in SharePoint integrated mode
      • Install SharePoint
        • SharePoint Foundation or SharePoint Server
        • WSS or MOSS 2007
      • Download and install the Reporting Services Add-in for SharePoint Technologies
      • Configure integration
        • In Reporting Services Configuration Manager
        • In Central Administration
    • 16. SSRS Installation
    • 17. Integration Pros and Cons
      • Advantages of integrating reports with SharePoint
        • Centralized information across the organization
        • Single point for administrators to manage reports and administer security
        • Can utilize SharePoint features, like report versioning, workflow
          • Content approval
        • Receive alerts when new versions of reports appear
      • Some Reporting Services features are not available in integrated mode
        • Report Manager
        • Linked reports
        • Job management features
        • Rs.exe utility
      • Other features such as scheduling, URL command line control, and snapshots are integrated with in the SharePoint user interface
    • 18. Integrating SSRS and SharePoint Demo
    • 19. SQL Server 2008 R2 – RS Improvements
      • Simplified Installation of RS Add-in
      • SharePoint List Reporting Support
      • Support for Internet multiple zones for Internet Explorer
        • Alternative Access Mapping
      • SSRS is the reporting engine for Access Services Reports
      • ULS logging with RS-Add-in
      • SSRS 2008 R2 server supports SharePoint 2007
      • RS.exe enabled for SharePoint in server
      • SSRS Local mode
        • Run reports from Web Part without SSRS
      • Integrated Mode
        • Similar features to previous version integrated mode
        • Easier installation process
    • 20. SSRS and SharePoint 2010 Local and Integrated Mode Demo
    • 21. References
      • SQL Server 2005 Integration with Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies
      • Reporting Services SharePoint Integration Toubleshooting
      • Configuring Reporting Services for SharePoint 3.0 Integration
      • Configuring Reporting Services for SharePoint 2010 Integration
      • Troubleshooting Integration with SQL Server 2005 and Microsoft SharePoint Technologies
      • Deploying a Business Intelligence Solution Using SharePoint, Reporting Services, and PerformancePoint Monitoring Server with Kerberos
    • 22. Thank You