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Erin Welker has spent 25 years in information technology development, management, database administration, and business intelligence. She began working with SQL Server in version 1.11, and Analysis Services, SSIS, DTS, and Reporting Services since their inception. Erin has consulted at several Fortune 500 and other well-known companies, developing business intelligence solutions with a specialization in performance. She loves to share her passion for SQL Server and BI through authoring and speaking.
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I want to share some of the Reporting Services technology implemented in SQL Server 2008 at least those features that make a difference to application developers. Thanks to your (and my) suggestions, Reporting Services is better this time. Thankfully, they left in almost all of the good features and added a few more. That said, there are still a number of things I would like improved but I ll get to that. Yes, there are a few Reporting Services features that are still under development. These include the real MicrosoftReportViewer control that can process the secondgeneration Report Definition Language (RDL) produced by the Reporting Services 2008 Report Designers.
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Over the last 35 years I ve written lots of programs and taught many developers how to build best practice applications. Many of these programs were simply ways to present data to ordinary end users or extraordinary corporate executives, so they could better understand, assimilate, and leverage the information being presented. Initially these reports were heavily processed and formatted data dumps to paper, which were often discarded as fast as the systems could print them. Later, reports were implemented as programs often as Windows Forms applications, but more recently they might be based on ASP, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), or Silverlight platforms. Yes, sometimes developers were forced to use one of the early Microsoft and third-party Visual Studio report development tools, but after a period of frustration, some decided it was easier to take up a career in coal mining than to face the rigors of one of these troublesome reporting paradigms. All that has changed mostly due to innovations in Microsoft Reporting Services.
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Let s get started with an overview of Reporting Services in terms that anyone can understand. Later on I ll show how Visual Studio in one of its many manifestations can serve as a powerful tool to create your reports, get them deployed to the Reporting Services server, or include them in your ASP, Windows Forms, or other projects.
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Reporting Services is just that: a service that runs (starting with SQL Server 2008) as a self-hosted service on a network server, as illustrated in figure 1. The SQL Server 2000 and 2005 versions of Reporting Services run as a web service hosted by Internet Information Services (IIS).
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It s best if Reporting Services runs on a dedicated system because in highstress production environments it can consume considerable resources that can hobble the performance of a DBMS engine sharing the same resources.
When a report is deployed to a Reporting Services service instance, its RDL file is compressed into a binary large object (BLOB) and stored in the SQL Server Reporting Services Catalog, where it waits to be rendered by a SOAP request from your application, the Report Manager, SharePoint Services, or by referencing the right URL. Now let s look more closely at the Report Server. Reporting Services processes requests for reports as follows: The Report Server extracts the RDL by virtual directory path and name from the SQL Server Reporting Services report catalog. It s then decompressed (and decrypted) and passed to the Report Processor. The Report Processor works like a language interpreter the RDL is the script that drives its operations. Its job begins by extracting the connection strings from
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