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strFromDate = Sheets("DateRange").Range("FromDate") strToDate = Sheets("DateRange").Range("ToDate")
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You might find it handy to have RS host file types other than reports. I ve used Reporting Services to host both Word and HTML documents. To add a document to your project, right-click on Reports; choose Add, Existing Item; and point to an existing document file. Deploy the file just like you d deploy a report. One little quirk has to do with deploying changes. In versions of Reporting Services prior to RS 2008, I found that I had to delete the document from Report Manager and then redeploy for any changes to make it to the server.
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At some point, you might need to roll out a new server. When that happens, you ll want to thoroughly test the new server and go live as easily as possible. Two steps are available that will greatly ease this chore. First, you need to design your reports for portability. The main culprit here has to be using Jump to URL. You don t want to embed the name of the server in the URL. Instead, use the global variable Globals!ReportServerUrl:
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=Globals!ReportServerUrl & " /SomeFolder/SomeReport&ParamName=" & Parameters!ParamName.Value
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I tend to use Jump to URL when I want the jump to render in a different format than the default HTML, or I want the report to be rendered to a different window. If the action you desire is the same as Jump to Report, and you want to reference a report that s not in the same project, you don t have to use Jump to URL. Instead, you can use Jump to Report. Normally, you enter the name of the report. Instead, enter the report folder and report name. This has two issues. You have to map the parameters manually, and you can t test it in the IDE. You have to deploy the report to test the link. The other suggestion for making your site portable has nothing to do with report design. Instead, it s a systems suggestion. Register a virtual name for your server in the DNS. This name should have a different fixed IP address than your server. When you provide users with the link to Report Manager on your server or wherever you integrate RS into your solution, use this virtual server name. Next, take advantage of the fact that you can configure TCP/IP for your network card to handle two IP addresses. To either add or remove IP addresses, first go to the properties of the TCP/IP stack. The General tab should have the fixed IP address of your server. Click on Advanced and then the Add button. Now, when you re ready to go live, you don t have to coordinate anything with any other group. Remove the address of your virtual server and add it to the new server. As an added benefit, this approach allows you to keep the old server around just in case.
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Although it s possible to embed T-SQL in a report, this can be a source of trouble. The first step is to switch to the Generic Query Designer. In RS 2000 and RS 2005, you click on the Generic Query Designer button in the Data tab. In RS 2008, click on the Edit as Text button. If you want to write queries that can go against multiple databases, you have four choices: Use stored procedures Use an expression-based dataset Use an expression-based data source (RS 2008) Embed T-SQL in the report I tend not to like to litter up the database with stored procedures when I m doing a simple SELECT. Expression-based datasets are awkward. They don t return a list of fields, which makes developing a report a multistep process. Before I found out about embedding T-SQL, I created some expression-based reports. I d first develop a report using static SQL and once the report was finished, I d change it to an expression. RS 2008 introduced expression-based data sources, which are a step forward. But I don t like to use report-based data sources I prefer to use shared data sources, which brings me to embedded T-SQL. I used embedded T-SQL with RS 2005 because I could develop and test the T-SQL outside of the report. Embedded T-SQL has come into its own with RS 2008 where it now works with the Report Wizard, and where the report parameters are automatically created and all fields are recognized. Try the following T-SQL with the Report Wizard:
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declare @SQL varchar(255) select @SQL = 'select table_name from ' + @Database + '.information_schema.tables order by table_name' exec (@SQL)
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