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The installation of the SSRS server component includes the Reporting Services Configuration Manager tool, a user interface (UI) administration tool for configuring SSRS server settings. To access the tool, on the Start menu, select All Programs, then select Microsoft SQL Server 2008, select Configuration Tools, and select Reporting Services Configuration Manager. The Reporting Services Configuration Manager tool performs common setup and configuration tasks required to implement an SSRS instance, including the following:
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Creating the virtual directories Configuring the Service Startup account
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Defining the ASP.NET account Setting up the database connection to the SSRS repository Managing the symmetric encryption keys Performing initialization steps to enable new instances for a scale-out deployment Defining operational accounts for e-mail and other administration tasks
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When you install SSRS and you choose not to apply the default configuration to SSRS during the installation, you will need to use the Reporting Services Configuration Manager tool to configure the components and settings that are required for the SSRS instance to be enabled. Figure 13-3 shows the Reporting Services Configuration Manager tool as it will appear for an instance that was installed without the default configuration options.
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figure 13-3 The Reporting Services Configuration Manager tool consolidates all configuration tasks
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If you are configuring a new instance of SSRS, you can follow these steps to enable an instance for development and reporting:
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On the Service Account property page, you can select a local or domain user account to enable the Reporting Services service to log on to Windows.
Lesson 1: Installing and Configuring Initial Instances of SSRS
On the Web Service URL property page, you set the Web service URL and security properties. On this page, you have the option to set the Virtual Directory for the Report Server Web service. Figure 13-4 shows the Web Service URL property page.
figure 13-4 You can set the virtual directory, TCP port, and security properties for the Web service on the Web Service URL property page.
The Web service that SSRS uses to perform report management, publishing, and rendering operations is located in the Report Server Web service virtual directory. By default, the virtual directory is named ReportServer, but you can change this name if you have an instance that uses this virtual directory name already or if your application requires a name that is directly related to the application. In addition to the virtual directory, you can configure the IP address, port, and SSL certificate settings. Click Advanced to specify multiple certificates and ports.
On the Database property page, you configure the SSRS repository database, which is used by SSRS to store the report definitions, data sources, virtual folders for Report Manager, and security. In addition, Reporting Services Configuration Manager creates a second database for storing temporary data and temporary operations such as report caching. Reporting Services Configuration Manager automatically generates a name for this temporary database by combining the name of the repository database
Configuring and Administering the SSRS Server
with the name TempDB. By default, the repository database is named ReportServer, and the default temporary database name is ReportServerTempDB. The databases can be created on the same local computer or on a remote computer. To create or change the databases, click Change Database. Figure 13-5 shows the Report Server Database Configuration Wizard, where you can configure the Reporting Services database name and the credentials needed for database creation rights.
figure 13-5 SSRS uses a SQL Server database to store report definitions, data sources, and secu-
rity settings.
The Database property page also allows the configuration of the credentials that should be used to connect to the report catalog databases. To change the credentials, click Change Credentials. The credentials can use the current user or a specific SQL Server login account.
On the Report Manager URL property page, you can set or create the virtual directory for Report Manager, which is the Web-based management tool for Reporting Services. Configure this in the same way you configured the ReportServer virtual directory in step 2. After you set or change the virtual directory, click Apply, and the new virtual directory will be created if necessary. The default name for the virtual directory for Report Manager is Reports. Using Report Manager is reviewed in 12, Scheduling and Securing Deployed Reports and Data Sources.
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