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Reporting Services projects are created through BIDS with several types of projects that can be created Figure 10-1 shows the New Project dialog box containing three templates specific to Reporting Services: Report Server Project Wizard, Report Server Project, and Report Model Project The Report Server Project Wizard template will create a new Reporting Services project and then guide the user through setting up the project and creating the first report Subsequent reports can also be created by walking through the wizard While there is certainly nothing wrong with using the wizard, after gaining some experience with Reporting Services many developers walk through the creation process manually, as will be shown later on in this chapter The Report Model Project template guides the developer through the process of creating a reporting model, which is an abstraction layer designed to make it easier for
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Figure 10-1 The New Project dialog box shows that there are three different templates that can be used to create Reporting Services projects
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end users to build their own reports Many end users lack the knowledge of relational databases necessary to understand the joins that are needed to produce the report they are after A report model can simplify the view of the underlying database in ways that make it much easier for end users to work with as they create their reports The Report Server Project template creates the new project and then stops without running any wizards This is the starting point employed in this chapter Notice in Figure 10-1 the Report Server Project template has been chosen The name of this project will be Analysis Reports; a space in the name of the project isn t always smart, but it s easy enough to work with as will be shown throughout this chapter Note also that there is a location on the local drive; just like PerformancePoint Server, Reporting Services creates a local copy of all the files for the development process These files are then deployed to the server where they are made available to others and eventually executed At this point, the project is not asking for the name of the server to which the reports will be deployed, and this setting will be examined later Once the new project is created, the view of the project in the Solution Explorer window is relatively simple, as there are only two folders: Shared Data Sources and Reports Right-clicking on the Shared Data Sources folder and selecting Add New Data Source opens the Shared Data Source dialog box as shown in Figure 10-2 The name of the data source should reflect the data that is being accessed and in Figure 10-2,
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Figure 10-2 The Shared Data Source dialog box allows developers to create a data source that will feed data to the report
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the name includes the words cubes tacked on the end This is certainly not necessary, but in projects that have connections to both Analysis Services and a relational database, it s easier to keep them separate using some sort of naming convention to easily identify what they are accessing Unfortunately, the symbol shown in the Solution Explorer window is the same for all data sources The Type drop-down list includes items such as SQL Server, Analysis Services, and Oracle among others, while also including far more generic items such as OLE DB, ODBC, and XML The connection string can simply be typed in manually but in many cases, it s better to click on the Edit button, which opens the Connection Properties dialog box shown in Figure 10-3 When using Analysis Services as a source, the developer uses this dialog box to enter the server name and then choose the name of the Analysis Services database By using this dialog, the developer is assured that the connection string is formatted properly Figure 10-2 includes the connection string that matches the settings for the Connection Properties dialog as shown in Figure 10-3 Once a data source is in place, it s time to create the first report Simply right-clicking on the Reports folder and choosing Add New Report launches the Report Wizard Again, there is nothing wrong with using the wizard, because it guides the developer
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Figure 10-3 The Connection Properties dialog box lets developers build the connection through a wizard, ensuring the connection string is properly formatted
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