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Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2015 Professional Reporting by Steven Renders

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Chapter 10. Reporting Services

In this chapter, I will introduce you to Reporting Services. When RDLC was introduced to Dynamics NAV, the technology was not new. In fact, it came from SQL Server Reporting Services, but implemented in such a way that no report server was required. Now Reporting Services is still available as a, free, and very good reporting tool. You can use it to create interactive reports based on Dynamics NAV data and in this chapter, I will show you how you can get started with it.

What are Reporting Services?

When SQL Server 2000 was released, it contained a new reporting feature named Reporting Services. Since then, it has gained enormous popularity and its technology is currently used in Microsoft Dynamics and other applications. ...

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