SQL Server Reporting enables the creation, management, and delivery of both traditional, paper-oriented reports and interactive, Web-based reports. An integrated part of the Microsoft business intelligence framework, Reporting Services combines the data management capabilities of SQL Server and Microsoft Windows Server with familiar and powerful Microsoft Office System applications to deliver real-time information to support daily operations and drive decisions. Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services will help you understand Reporting Services from various perspectives:
- How it fits business scenarios
- How to install and configure Reporting Services
- Reporting Services components
- Developing reports
As you progress to advanced user status, you will enjoy the chapter about accessing Reporting Services programmatically and extending Reporting Services, and you will be able to use this book as a convenient reference.
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About the Author
Michael Lisin has been in software industry for more than 12 years with 5 of those years with Microsoft. His primary focus is SQL Server and .NET technologies. He has been working with SQL Server for 4 years and SQL Server Reporting Services for almost 2 years starting from pre-beta in 2002. Michael has taught Reporting Services classes and presented SQL Server related topics during various events, including MSDN, SQL Server PASS and SQL Server User Group events.
Jim Joseph is a manager at Continental Airlines, Inc. He currently functions as a SQL Server DBA within the Financial Systems Group with Continental Technology. He earned his MBA at the University of St Thomas in 2003, and his undergraduate degree in mathematics from there in 1999.