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Report-rendering options (continued) Description Renders reports to bitmaps or metafiles, including any format that GDI+ supports: BMP, EMF, GIF, JPEG, PNG, RIFF, and WMF. By default, the image is rendered in TIFF, which can be displayed with an image viewer. Image rendering ensures the report looks the same on every client. Rendering occurs on the server; all fonts used in the report must be installed on the server.
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Once the report is generated it is ready to travel to its final destination: the report user. RS gives you a lot of flexibility to distribute your reports, as you see in the next section.
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As we mentioned earlier, RS supports both on-demand (pull) and subscribed (push) report delivery. To view a report on demand, the user explicitly requests the report from the Report Server. Alternatively, the user can choose to subscribe to a report. With this option, the report is pushed to the subscribers when the report data is refreshed or on a specified schedule. Let s take a closer look at each delivery option.
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On-demand delivery One of the most important decisions you will make when integrating RS reports in your application is how the application will access the Report Server to request reports. Although in some cases the system design may dictate the integration option, occasionally the choice won t be so straightforward and you may have to carefully evaluate the application requirements to determine the best approach. We revisit the on-demand delivery options in more detail in chapter 10. For now, note that reports can be requested on demand in two ways: URL access and the Web service. URL-based report access The report consumer requests a report by URL by submitting an HTTP-GET request to the Report Server. The advantages of URL access are its simplicity and better performance. In the simplest case, the consumer can embed the report URL into a hyperlink. For example, a web-based application can have a drop-down Reports menu, where each link targets an RS report. With the URL access option, the report arguments are passed as query parameters in the report URL. For example, assuming that you have installed the sample reports included with the book source code, the following URL will run the Territory Sales Crosstab sample report with the start date 3/1/2003 and an end date of 4/30/2004.
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http://localhost/ReportServer /AWReporter/Territory Sales Crosstab&StartDate=3/1/2003&EndDate=4/30/2004
INTRODUCING SQL SERVER 2005 REPORTING SERVICES
Web service With RS, reports can also be requested by submitting SOAP-based requests to the Report Server Web service. The main advantage of this service is that its feature set goes well beyond just report rendering. It also encompasses an extensive set of methods to manage all aspects of the Report Server, such as uploading reports, retrieving a list of resources from the report catalog, and securing RS. You can think of the Report Server Web service as a fa ade to the Report Server that allows RS to be integrated with a broad array of platforms. For example, if you are building an enterprise application integration (EAI) solution, a BizTalk schedule might invoke the Web service Render() method, get the XML representation of the report, retrieve some data from it, and pass it on to another application. Or, if your reporting application is B2B oriented and your partner has a Web service, you can send the report results to it in XML. In some cases, a report consumer will use a combination of both access options to integrate with RS. For example, a report consumer can use the RS Web service to find out what parameters a report takes. Then, the application presentation layer can present the parameters to the user so that the user can enter the parameter values. When the user submits the report request, the application can use URL access to send the request to the Report Server. Report Viewer controls If you are building applications with Visual Studio 2005 (.NET Framework 2.0), you will want to take advantage of the Report Viewer controls. These controls take the work out of adding RS reports to your applications. The Report Viewer controls not only help you pull reports from the RS server (remote mode), but also allow you to create reports that work outside of the RS server (local mode). Local mode eliminates the need for your applications to communicate with a report server to take advantage of Reporting Services features. However, using the Report Viewer control outside of a report server has both benefits and limitations. We learn all about the Report Viewer controls in chapter 11. 1.5.2 Subscribed delivery In the push report-delivery scenario, the reports are generated and delivered automatically by the Report Server to a delivery target. Reports can also be delivered at a scheduled time. For example, a financial institution can set up a portfolio balance report to be generated and delivered through e-mail to its customers at the end of each month. The Report Server Windows service (ReportingServicesService.exe) works in tandem with the SQL Server Agent service to generate and deliver subscribed reports.
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