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13 Click the OK button, and then save the report. 14 In Solution Explorer, right-click ProductCatalog.rdl, and click
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Deploy. Keep the solution open in Visual Studio for use in another procedure later in this chapter. In this procedure, you will export the Product Catalog as a PDF file.
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In Report Manager, with the Product Catalog open, click the Refresh Report button on the Report toolbar to load the updated report definition. Notice that the Document Map now has plus signs to indicate each category that can be expanded. Click Acrobat (PDF) File in the Export list box, click the Export link, and then click the Open button in the File Download dialog box. Because this is a bigger report than you have previously viewed, the export process might take a little longer. Click the Bookmarks tab to display the document map. In the Document Map, collapse Accessory and Bike to view the Clothing category. Beneath the Jersey subcategory, click Long-Sleeve Logo Jersey to navigate to that product model in the Product Catalog. Your screen looks similar to this:
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You can click any level of the document map category, subcategory, or model to jump to the section of the report that marks the beginning of the selected group. Close Acrobat Reader.
Rendering for Data Exchange
Besides viewing reports online or creating printable documents from reports, you will likely need to use information contained in reports in other ways. It s a very common requirement of reporting systems to export data to Excel so that users can perform more complex analysis or even integrate data from other sources. For example, if you keep forecast data in an Excel spreadsheet, you could export sales data from Reporting Services to Excel and then add a formula to compute the ratio of actual performance to forecasted performance. It s also becoming more common for businesses to exchange information electronically. A retailer can submit an order electronically, and a supplier can return an electronic invoice. This information is typically exchanged in a structured format, such as in a delimited file or an XML file. You can use Reporting Services to convert a report to a CSV or an XML file for data exchange.
How to Share Data
As you learned earlier in this chapter, you can use a report s interactive features in the default HTML format, and you can also take advantage of PivotTable interactivity by exporting a report to HTML with Office Web Components. However, these formats still have a limited scope of interactive features, and you must connect to the Report Server to use the report data. You can export a report to Excel to use the full range of its features to explore and manipulate a local copy of the data. Some interactive features that are designed into the report, such as actions, are also rendered in the Excel version of the report. To share data with other applications or external information consumers, you can export a report to a CSV file. This file is intended for use as input into a process or application, and is not intended for a user to read. Rows and columns (delimited with a comma by default) are created for the lowest level of detail in the report, regardless of data region. Essentially, the CSV file is a flattened rowset of the report data. Another way to share data is to export a report to an XML file. As with the CSV file, the XML file is not intended to be read by a user, but instead is meant to be used by another application. The file contains XML elements and
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attributes that define the structure of the data and also supply the data. However, none of the formatting from the source report is preserved in the XML file. In this case, the XML contains raw data that retains its original structure rather than being flattened, as occurs when data is exported to a CSV file.
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