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You re almost finished building your report by using the wizard. You ve defined where to find the data, what data to include in the report, and how the data will look in the report. All that remains is to specify a location on the Report Server that will be the ultimate destination of your report when it is published and to give your report a name. You also have an opportunity to review a summary of the selections that you made throughout the wizard and to proceed to a preview of your report. In this procedure, you ll provide the URL for your local Report Server, specify the Adventure Works folder for deployment, and name your report. When you re finished with the wizard, you will be able to preview the report.
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Set report and project properties 1. Confirm that the current page of the Report Wizard looks like this:
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The deployment location is a URL for the Report Server that will host the report as well as the folder into which the report will be placed on the server. This step of the Report Wizard simply sets the project properties and does not actually deploy, or publish, the report to the Report Server. Notice that the default folder has the same name as your project. If this folder does not already exist, the folder will be created when you deploy the report. Otherwise, the report will be deployed to the existing folder. Important
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The server name will not be validated in this step. If you enter an incorrect server name, deployment fails. You can update the project properties in the Solution Explorer if this occurs. You ll learn how to do this in 9.
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2. Click Next. 3. Type Sales Summary in the Report Name box. Important If you use the name of a report that has already been deployed to the Report Server, you will overwrite the published report during deployment of the report in Visual Studio but only if you deploy the report to the same folder as the existing folder. There will be no warning message during deployment that you are about to overwrite an existing report, so be careful when assigning names and folder locations to reports.
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4. Scroll through the information in the Report Summary box to review your selections. 5. Select the Preview Report check box to preview your report.
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Building Your First Report
The final page of the Report Wizard now looks like this:
At the completion of the Report Wizard, you can immediately preview the report. Sometimes you might prefer to make some additional changes to the report before you display the preview. If you do not select the Preview Report check box, the Report Designer displays your report in layout mode. If the report is in layout mode, you can easily switch to preview mode by clicking the Preview tab in the Report Designer. Tip
An important reason to preview the report is to check the size of the columns. The columns will all default to the same size and will probably not be wide enough for data. Also, you might need to adjust formatting for numeric values. You can fix these problems using the layout mode, and then review the fixes using the preview mode.
6. Click Finish.
Checking the Report Layout
When you finish designing your report, you need to preview it to check the layout and make some corrections to improve its appearance. You also need to make sure you get the data you expected and that the data is formatted correctly. When you finish making any necessary corrections, you wrap up this authoring stage of the reporting life cycle by publishing the report to the Report Server, where it can be accessed by the users. In this procedure, you ll explore your report in preview mode so you can see the results of the selections you made in the Report Wizard.
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