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SQL Server Reporting Services

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Brief introduction to SQL Server Reporting Services

Brief introduction to SQL Server Reporting Services

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  • 1. SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) Jarosław Dobrzański 2009/01/12
  • 2. Agenda
    • Background
    • Architecture
    • Designing Report
    • Managing Report
    • Delivering Report
    • Further Reading
  • 3. Background
    • Server-based solution
    • Part of Microsoft Business Intelligence framework
    • Create, manage, deliver paper-oriented and interactive Web-based reports
    • Competitors:
      • Crystal Reports
      • Jasper Reports
    • Prerequisities:
      • SQL Server Express 2005/2008
      • Reporting Services
      • Business Intelligence Development Studio
  • 4. Architecture
  • 5. Designing Report
    • Business Intelligence Development Studio – Visual Studio shell
    • Three steps:
      • Data – what? (query, stored procedure )
      • Layout – how? (MS Office paradigms)
      • Preview – test
    • Result – report as RDL (Report Definition Language) file
    • Alternative – Report Builder
  • 6. Managing Reports
    • Report Manager – http://SERVER/Reports
    • Deployed on IIS
    • Aministrate single report server instance
    • View, search, print reports
    • Define role-based security
    • Launch Report Builder (create ad-hoc report)
  • 7. Delivering Reports
    • Report Server - http:// SERVER /ReportServer/?XXX&rc:parameters=false&rs:Command=Render&ParamName=ParamValue
      • XXX – report
      • ParamName – parameter name
      • ParamValue – parameter value
  • 8. Delivering Reports
    • ReportViewer Controls
      • View reports even hosted locally
      • For: ASP.NET and Windows apps
    • ASP.NET apps:
      • Change extension from RDL to RDLC
      • Configure control: use RDLC file, define DataSource
      • Code behind: additional logics, e.g. confirm current user can view particular report
      • Pass parameters:
    • ReportParameter p = new ReportParameter(PARAM_NAME, PARAM_VALUE);
    • reportViewer.LocalReport.SetParameters(new ReportParameter[] { p });
  • 9. Further reading
    • Homepage: http:// www.microsoft.com/sql/reporting
    • Tutorial: Creating a basic table report: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms167305.aspx
    • Tips and Tricks: http :// dobrzanski.net/tag/reportingservices/