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Execution stage The report execution phase starts when the Report Server begins processing the report and finishes when the report is ready for rendering. For the sake of simplicity, let s assume that the report is requested for the first time. Generating the raw report As we explained earlier, when the report is published, the Report Server parses its report definition (RDL), generates a .NET assembly, and saves the assembly in the catalog for the report. During the execution phase, the Report Server loads and executes the assembly. Referring back to figure 1.6, you can see that the Report Server uses a data extension (4) to query (5) the data source to retrieve the report data, combines the resulting dataset and report layout information, and produces (6) the report in a raw form, called intermediate format (IF). Having the report generated in an intermediate format before it is finally rendered is beneficial in terms of performance. It allows the Report Server to reuse the same IF regardless of the requested export format. Developers who are familiar with the intermediate language (IL) code execution model in .NET can think of IF in a similar way. IL abstracts the platform on which the code executes, while IF abstracts the rendering format. For example, one report consumer can request the report in an HTML format, while another can request the same report as PDF. In either case, the Report Server already has the raw report; the only thing left is to transform it into its final presentation format. During the rendering stage, the Report Server loads the report IF and renders (7) the report in the requested format using a rendering extension. Once the report IF is generated, it is saved (cached) in the Report Server Temporary Database. Note that if the report is cached, the report execution phase may be bypassed completely for subsequent requests because the Report Server decides to use the cached IF. We will postpone discussing report caching until chapter 7.
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Rendering stage As shown in figure 1.6, the report-rendering stage represents the second (and last) stage in the report-processing pipeline. After the Report Server has the report IF, it renders the report in its final presentation format as per the export format requested by the user. You will be pleasantly surprised to see the plethora of natively supported formats that a report can be exported to. My favorites are HTML and PDF. For example, as figure 1.7 shows, I have loaded a report exported to a PDF file in Adobe Acrobat. The Report Server delegates the report-rendering process to rendering extensions. RS comes with various rendering extensions that correspond to supported export formats. If the report consumer does not specify the export format explicitly, the report will be rendered in HTML 3.2 or 4.0, depending on the browser capabilities. Table 1.5 lists each out-of-the box RS supported rendering formats. As we ve said before, when the supported formats are not enough, you can write your own rendering extensions.
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Figure 1.7 With RS you can export your reports to many formats, including Adobe Acrobat PDF. Here, I have exported this report to Adobe PDF and loaded it in Adobe Reader. Table 1.5 Report rendering options Description HTML 4.0 (Internet Explorer 5.0 and above), Netscape (6.2 and above), HTML 3.2 otherwise.
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HTML with Office Web Components HTML 4.0 with Office Web Components (OWC). Charts are rendered using the OWC chart control and matrixes are rendered using the PivotTable OWC. MHTML MIME encapsulation of the Aggregate HTML Documents standard, which embeds resources such as images, documents, or other binary files as MIME structures within the report. This is a good option to minimize the number of round trips between the browser and server to fetch resources. MHTML is most useful for sending reports through e-mail, as we see in chapter 14. Adobe Acrobat files. Creates a visual representation of the report in an Excel workbook and translates Excel formulas whenever possible. Users can open the report in Excel to change it. continued on next page
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