Part One: Getting Started.
Chapter 1: What Can You Do with Reporting Services?
Chapter 2: Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services 2005.
Chapter 3: Reporting Services Architecture.
Part Two: Report Design.
Chapter 4: Basic Report Design.
Chapter 5: Designing Data Access.
Chapter 6: Advanced Report Design.
Chapter 7: Report Solution Patterns and Recipes.
Part Three: Enabling End User Reporting with Report Builder.
Chapter 8: Reporting Services Report Models.
Chapter 9: Report Builder.
Part Four: Administering Reporting Services.
Chapter 10: Report Management.
Chapter 11: Report Server Administration.
Part Five: Reporting Services Integration and the Reporting Services Web Services.
Chapter 12: Integrating Reporting Services into Custom Applications.
Chapter 13: Extending Reporting Services.
Appendix A:Migrating Access Reports.
Appendix B: Reporting Services Object Model.
Appendix C: Transact SQL Command Syntax Reference.
Appendix D: Transact SQL System Variables and Functions.
Packed with detailed examples of building reports, designing report solutions, and developing deployment strategies for interacting with various platforms, this book prepares you to take full advantage of this revolutionary tool. Plus, you'll learn how to extend practically every feature of Reporting Services by implementing your own security architecture or adding custom data access.
What you will learn from this book
Who this book is for
This book is for report designers, developers, administrators, and business professionals interested in learning the advanced functionality, report,server administration, and security issues of SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services.
Wrox Professional guides are planned and written by working programmers to meet the real–world needs of programmers, developers, and IT professionals. Focused and relevant, they address the issue technology professionals face every day. They provide examples, practical solutions, and expert education in new Technologies, all designed to help programmers do a better job.
Todd Bryant has been creating custom data–focused applications and reporting solutions since the early eighties. He began using Microsoft technologies in 1998, and the love affair began. Todd has been contract programming, teaching, and developing custom courseware ever since. He is currently working half–time as a software architect for SoftWyre, a Little Rock, Arkansas, based software development company as well as training half–time at Netdesk Corporation in Seattle, where he concentrates on enterprise solutions, Com+ services, and object–oriented programming using both VB.NET and C#. His certifications include the MCSD, MCSE, MCDBA, and MCT certifications from Microsoft; the CNA certification from Novell; and both CompTIAâ??s A+ and CTT+.
James Counihan started teaching himself binary in the early 1970s. He is now a Seattle–area consultant specializing in development on the .NET platform.
Dave DuVarney is a principal for Stateraâ??s Seattle office. He has broad technical knowledge stemming from his experiences as a software developer, a certified public accountant, and a technology trainer. Dave has been involved in multiple software development projects ranging from contract management systems to human rights auditing. He is proficient in numerous development languages as well as Microsoft business intelligence technologies. Most recently he has been consulting and delivering on SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services, Reporting Services, and Integration Services. Dave is the coauthor of Professional SQL Server Reporting Services.
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