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SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services in Actionby Bret Updegraff
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"A great resource to help you unlock the hidden gems in SQL Server Reporting Services."
With Microsoft SQL Server 2005 you can structure and store terabytes of data-but how do you make sense of that much information? Reporting Services transforms raw data into meaningful reports and puts your valuable information to work.
SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services in Action shows you how to build effective Windows and Web-based reporting solutions using SQL Server 2005. Using this example-driven book, you'll build Reporting Services-centric solutions, including report forecasting, RSS feeds, ASP.NET web controls for server-side report generation, extending Reporting Services to report on ADO.NET datasets, delivering reports to Web services, authenticating users, performance testing, and capacity planning.
You'll quickly move beyond canned reports and put the Report Designer through its paces. The book will show you how to add interactive features to your tabular reports and how to improve performance by using external images without taking up valuable database real estate.
When you have large systems, efficiency is key to productivity. Author Bret Updegraff shows you how to avoid doing the same tasks twice. You'll see a nifty sales forecast that uses embedded code to create reusable utility functions that you can call from multiple places your reports. As well, you'll find fundamentals like employing XSLT to create XML reports and advanced techniques such as accessing custom code in an external .NET assembly.
Reporting Services 2005 lets you give users greater control over their reporting needs. SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services in Action will help you provide safe, user-friendly reporting options to your users and free up your time for more important tasks. This book shows you how to set up ad hoc reporting through Report Builder so business users can get the information you need from the database without your help! You won't stop with the basics, though. You'll also learn how to apply advanced filters and security practices to protect your data from unwelcome or misguided queries.
Of course, this new edition is thoroughly updated to include coverage of all the new features introduced with SQL Server 2005. You'll see:
You'll also work with the improved Report Designer, Report Builder, and Analysis Services Query Builder. You'll learn about SharePoint WebParts and the Report Viewer Controls for WinForms and ASP.NET, as well.
SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services in Action is a revised edition of Microsoft Reporting Services in Action by Teo Lachev, published by Manning Publications, August 2005, ISBN 1932394222.
Written by experienced SQL Server developers, "SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services in Action" shows readers how to build Windows or Web-based reporting systems. This book covers features added to the newest version of Reporting Services such as client side sorting, custom report items, the new ReportViewer control, and much more.
This book also focuses on the new ad-hoc reporting capablilities of Reporting Services. Specifically aimed at .NET developers, the book shows you how you can build Reporting Services-centric solutions, including report forecasting, RSS feeds, ASP.NET web controls for server-side report generation, extending Reporting Services to report on ADO.NET datasets, delivering reports to We ! services, authenticating users, performance testing and capacity planning.
Written by experienced SQL Server developers, this second edition shows readers how to build Windows or Web-based reporting systems. The book covers features added to the newest version of Reporting Services such as client side sorting, custom report items, the new ReportViewer control, and much more.
About the Author
An experienced software designer and developer, Bret Updegraff works as a manager with the Mid Market Microsoft practice of Crowe Chizek and Company LLC. Bret was honored with the Microsoft MVP status from Microsoft in the category of Windows Server System - SQL Server. He is also a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer, a Microsoft Certified Application Developer, and a Microsoft Certified Database Administrator. He is the president of the Indianapolis Professional Association of SQL Server (PASS) users group. Bret lives in Fishers, IN.
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