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Learning SQL Server Reporting Services 2012 by Jayaram Krishnaswamy

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Report Manager user interface

When the Report Manager is accessed for the first time from the Reporting Services Configuration Manager or using its URL, you will not see any user-created objects except for the Report Manager's features. It is assumed that the current user is the Administrator of the computer who installed SQL Server 2012 and configured the Report Server (this is so as mentioned in Chapter 1, Overview and Installation – SQL Server Reporting Services 2012). We have seen an image of the Report Manager UI without any user-created objects earlier in this chapter.

As you start deploying report projects or uploading them to the server, user created objects start appearing on the Report Manager as shown here. Note that although you type ...

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