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Use the Credentials tab to set the connection authentication
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As shown in figure 3.7, you can choose one of the following data source authentication options: The credentials supplied by the user running the report Credentials stored securely in the report server Windows NT Integrated Security Credentials are not required
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To access the screen shown in figure 3.7, use the Report Manager web application. Assuming that you have deployed the shared data source to the AWReporter folder, you can see the share data source properties by requesting the Report Manager URL in your browser (e.g., http://localhost/ reports), navigating to the AWReporter folder, and clicking on AW2000 Shared DS link.
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These authentication choices might seem bewildering at first, so let s spend some time exploring each one. The credentials supplied by the user running the report This first option prompts the user for the login credentials. It will cause the Report Server to generate two fields, Log In Name and Password, in the standard report toolbar. If the Use as Windows credentials check box is not selected, the Report Server 70
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Figure 3.7 Use Report Manager to set up the connection authentication settings that the Report Server will use to connect to the data source.
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will attempt to authenticate the user through standard database authentication. Otherwise, Windows Authentication will be used. The Credentials supplied by the user running the report option is useful for testing purposes because you can run the report under different login credentials for example, to troubleshoot end-user authentication issues. However, in a production environment, I recommend you avoid this option. In this case, asking the users to supply the database login credentials may present a security risk. In addition, this option cannot be used with subscribed pushed reports because they are generated in an unattended mode.
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Credentials stored securely in the report server The second option is Credentials stored securely in the report server. The login credentials you enter here are persisted in an encrypted format inside the DataSource table in the ReportServer database. Again, if the Use as Windows credentials check box is not selected, standard database authentication will be attempted; otherwise, Windows Integrated Authentication will be used. This second option is most likely your best bet because it Promotes database connection pooling because all connections will use the same connection string. Centralizes the credentials maintenance in one place. Allows the report to be cached for more details on caching, refer to chapter 7. As you can see in figure 3.7, there is an interesting option called Impersonate the authenticated user after a connection has been made to the data source. This option works only for logins with admin rights and database servers that support user impersonation. In the case of SQL Server, behind the scenes this option executes the SETUSER system function to impersonate the database connection, so it runs under the identity of the Windows account of the user requesting the report. For example, imagine that you log into Windows as AWDomain\Bob. The report administrator has chosen the Credentials stored securely option and has entered User Name and Password credentials of an account that belongs to the sysadmin SQL Server role. Now, you request the Sales by Territory report. The Report Server calls SETUSER AWDomain\bob. From a database point of view, this is exactly the same as if Integrated Authentication were used. Because the SQL Server 2000 documentation says that the SETUSER option may not be supported in future releases of SQL Server, I advise against using the Impersonate the authenticated user option. Windows NT Integrated Security Next, we have the Windows NT Integrated Security option. When you use this option, the Report Server will attempt to establish the connection under the context of the Windows account of the user requesting the report. If you are a .NET developer, this is the exactly the same as if you d specified the Integrated Security=SSPI setting in the connection string. The important thing to remember here is that the Report Server impersonates the call to the database to run under the context of the report user. For example, in the previous scenario where Bob is requesting a report, the call to the database goes under the AWDomain\Bob account. Of course, in order for this to work, the database administrator has to create a database login for this Windows account and grant the right privileges. Using the Windows identity for database authentication is convenient because it allows the database administrator to simplify the database security model by using existing Windows accounts. However, for performance reasons, I don t recommend you use this option for large reporting applications. Because the connection string for each user will be different 72
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