Managing a Report

The second phase of the report life cycle includes all activities related to managing reports. After a report is published, you can then configure properties that control the report’s appearance on the server, its query execution, and processing of the report, to name only a few of the tasks you can perform. In Part III, you learn everything you need to know about report management, but in this section, you explore only a few of the features as a quick introduction to Reporting Services.

Publishing a Report

Whether you’re using a native mode or SharePoint integrated-mode server doesn’t matter during the report development process. However, when you move into the management phase of the report life cycle, the procedures you follow ...

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