Category Archives: Reporting Services

Handling TIFF data in Reporting Services

So, here is an interesting stuff that we did recently as a part of the SSRS POC. The very nature of the requirement makes it very interesting and exciting. The Requirement… There are a couple of pages in the TIFF … Continue reading

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SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services – Reports Management & Execution Web Services

One of the important and interesting features in SQL Server Reporting Services is the web services support. They can be divided into two parts; one for the reports execution and one for the reports management. The ReportingService2005 class is responsible … Continue reading

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Schedules in reporting services

  They are used for executing the reports at a predefined schedule. Although they are two types of schedules, the way their settings are configuring are the same. The difference is in the usage. One can compare their usage to … Continue reading

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Different states of the reports

  The reporting services has a set of terms for to describe each state in the lifecycle of a report…   Report definition The extension for this file is .rdl and it is created in the report designer or report … Continue reading

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Report data sources

  The reporting services can consume the data in two ways; report-specific data sources & shared data sources. Even though they have a similar composition the difference lies in the way they store and manage the data.   Report-specific data … Continue reading

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