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Module 1: Introduction to SQL Server Reporting Services.

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1 Module 1: Introduction to SQL Server Reporting Services

2 Overview Overview of SQL Server Reporting Services Installing Reporting Services Reporting Services Tools

3 Lesson 1 : Overview of SQL Server Reporting Services The Reporting Lifecycle Highlights of Reporting Services Reporting Services Scenarios

4 The Reporting Lifecycle DELIVERY Runtime report rendering Pull Report Manager Custom Push s Custom Runtime report rendering Pull Report Manager Custom Push s Custom MANAGEMENT Central Report Server database Managed report execution Secured reports Web-based Report Manager or custom Central Report Server database Managed report execution Secured reports Web-based Report Manager or custom AUTHORING RDL Any.NET managed data provider Report Designer, Report Builder or custom RDL Any.NET managed data provider Report Designer, Report Builder or custom

5 Highlights of Reporting Services Lifecycle Stage Highlight Authoring Wide range of supported data sources Open report authoring options Flexible report designs Management Parameterized reports Execution properties Report scheduling and history Role-based security Delivery Range of rendering options Flexible and extensible delivery

6 Reporting Services Scenarios External Reporting Internal Reporting Embedded Reporting

7 Lesson 2: Installing Reporting Services Reporting Services Architecture Reporting Services Installation Installation Scenarios

8 Reporting Services Architecture Report Sources Delivery Channels Security Services Output Formats Report Server Data Processing Rendering Security Delivery Report Processing Programmatic Interfaces Web UI Microsoft Office Microsoft Office Custom Applications Custom Applications Report Server Database Browser

9 Reporting Services Installation Installed through SQL Server Setup Multiple instances supported Server requirements: Microsoft Internet Information Services 5 or later.NET Framework 2.0 Access to an SMTP Server (for delivery) Report Server database requirements: SQL Server 2005 SQL Server 2005 Express Client requirements: Browser for viewing/managing reports.NET Framework 2.0 (for Report Builder or BIDS)

10 Installation Scenarios Single server Remote database server Web farm

11 Lesson 3: Reporting Services Tools Reporting Services Developer Tools Reporting Services Management Tools

12 Reporting Services Developer Tools ToolPurpose Report Designer Design, preview, and publish reports from within Visual Studio environment Model Designer Define, edit, and publish report models that are used in Report Builder Report Builder Allows information workers to design, test, and publish reports using a report model

13 Reporting Services Management Tools ToolPurpose Report Manager View and manage reports using a Web browser Reporting Services Configuration Tool Provides a graphical interface for configuring a report server Command Prompt Utilities Rsconfig.exe manages a report server connection to the report server database Rskeymgmt.exe manages encryption keys used by the report server Rs.exe runs scripts that perform automated management features

14 Lab: Using Reporting Services Tools Exercise 1: Exploring Report Designer Exercise 2: Exploring Report Manager


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