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18. On the Select The Data Source page, click Edit. This opens the Connection Properties dialog box. 19. In the Server name drop-down list, select MELBOURNE. 20. In the Select Or Enter A Database Name drop-down list, select AdventureWorks as shown in Figure 6-11.
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Figure 6-11 Configuring a report data source.
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21. Select the Use SQL Server Authentication option. 22. Enter the user name as Adwrkscon and the password as P@ssw0rd. 23. Click Test Connection to verify that the connection works. Click OK. 24. In the Design The Query page of the Report Wizard, enter the following query string:
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SELECT EmployeeID, SickLeaveHours FROM AdventureWorks.HumanResources.Employee ORDER BY SickLeaveHours DESC;
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25. Click Next. 26. On the Select The Report Type page, select Tabular and then click Finish. 27. Leave the Report Name as Report1. Select the Preview Report check box, and then click Finish. 28. On the BIDS toolbar, click Save. 29. In the Solution Explorer pane of BIDS, right-click Report Project1 and choose Deploy.
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30. Confirm in the Output window that the data source and report have been deployed to localhost/ReportServer. 31. Close BIDS. 32. Open Report Manager by navigating to localhost/Reports/ in Internet Explorer. 33. Click Show Details. You should see items named Data Sources and Report Project1, as shown in Figure 6-12.
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Figure 6-12 Newly published reports on the Reporting Services server.
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Linked Reports
Linked reports provide access points to existing reports. Linked reports are derived from existing reports and retain the base report s definition. Linked reports inherit layout and data source properties from the base report. All other types of properties and settings such as security, parameters, locations, subscriptions, and schedules can be different from the base report. Linked reports are often used to create additional versions of an existing report with different settings. For example, you could use a linked report to create sales reports for each country based on an existing global sales report, or a sales report on a particular type of product from a larger sales report that includes data on all products. To create a linked report, perform the following steps: 1. Open Report Manager by navigating to localhost/Reports.
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2. Click the report that will form the basis of the linked report. If you performed the previous task, this report will be Report Project1. Click that report. If you performed the previous task, the report that is displayed is Report1. 3. Click the Properties tab. 4. On the General Properties page for the base report, click Create Linked Report. 5. Enter a name and description for the linked report as shown in Figure 6-13.
Figure 6-13 Creating a linked report based on another report.
6. Click OK. The linked report opens.
Report Execution Properties
Report execution properties control how a report is processed. You must configure execution properties for each report on an individual basis, and you cannot configure them at the server level. You configure a report s execution properties by selecting Execution on a report s Properties page in Report Manager as shown in Figure 6-14. You can configure reports to run in the following ways:
On Demand
With this option, the data source is queried at the time the user runs the report. A new instance of the report is created for each user who requests the report.
On Demand From Cache
A report and its data are cached temporarily when a user runs a report. Other users who run the report view the cached report rather than a new report. Cached reports expire after a preconfigured amount of time.
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Figure 6-14 Configuring report execution properties using Report Manager.
From Snapshots
This option allows reports to be run against data from a specific point in time. Report snapshots are created and refreshed according to a schedule. This option can decrease the load on a server at peak times. For example, a report snapshot can be taken every morning at 2 A.M. for a report that normally has long running queries. Reports run against the snapshot rather than against the data source. Existing report snapshots are overwritten when a new snapshot is taken. Report snapshots cannot be used for reports that require user credentials or Windows Integrated security.
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