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lient-side reporting is not a new phenomenon. No matter what platform you use for development, you need some way or other to produce reports. This chapter will explore the new client-side reporting features provided by Visual Studio (VS) 2005 and the forthcoming release of VS (Visual Studio 2008) and build a sound foundation for using them throughout this book. From here on, if you see a reference to VS, I mean to say both VS 2005 and Visual Studio 2008. In this chapter, the following topics will be covered: Characteristics of the client-side reporting architecture How client-side reporting supports various report users How clients can act as hosts for report delivery The three-step report-creation process Basic report structure (header, body, and footer) Extending the basic structure into subsections for complex reports Essentials for creating better reports Various industry-standard reporting patterns How different reporting patterns are used in the real world
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Client-side reporting means producing reports on a local (client) computer rather than on a central server. When Microsoft (MS) introduced MS Access 1.0 in the early 1990s, producing reports simply and with minimal effort became possible. As we moved through the decade, the era of web reporting raised new challenges as the Web became ever more popular for delivering information. Although it was easy enough to produce reports and display them on web pages, other issues, such as printing attractive reports, were not easy to resolve. Visual Studio now has built-in support for creating professional-quality reports for various clients. Before VS 2005, Microsoft provided various choices for client-side reporting. The most common is the Crystal Reports (CR) add-in from Business Objects. If you come from the world of Visual Basic 6, then you ll also know Data Report Designer. With the introduction of Reporting
CHAPTER 1 s WHAT IS CLIENT-SIDE REPORTING
Services (RS) at the client-side with VS 2005, Microsoft has given developers a serious tool for producing reports. Don t worry if you are already skilled with CR in 12, we ll look at CR and RS in action side-by-side to help you transition to RS. Efforts by Microsoft to provide an alternative to CR prior to VS 2005 were, at best, filling the blanks and were no serious challenge to the capabilities of CR. The .NET platform with Visual Studio came as a real opportunity to provide a simple architecture to produce clientside reports with access to all sorts of data. This book teaches you how to use VS 2005 and Visual Studio 2008 RS for all your reporting needs through hands-on practice with the software. Before we start using RS, though, let s look at reporting architectures and environments in general.
Client-Side Architecture
The architecture of client-side reporting isn t rocket science. Everything revolves around your client application, as shown in Figure 1-1. Your client application gathers data from your favorite data source and processes the report definition to produce a report. The ReportViewer presents the result to users. The interesting idea here is that all steps needed to produce a report are an integral part of the client. The steps needed to create the report definition and to collect data are identical for all supported clients. VS 2005 and Visual Studio 2008 will create the report definition (as shown in Figure 1-1). ADO.NET is commonly used to collect data from the source. The last step is to bind the data with report definition using ReportViewer. The client application produces the report, with report definition technology embedded in the application or loaded from a disk.
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