Chapter 23. Deploying reports to a server

The process of deploying reports includes a variety of tasks that are covered in this chapter. At minimum, you place report definition files on the report server to make reports available to users. Typically, you also configure data sources to associate reports with a different test or production database. You might create alternate versions of a base report by setting up linked reports or generating report copies. You can also configure report properties, such as report parameter default values, execution options, or history management properties, to control what data displays in a report, the amount of time before the user request that the data is retrieved for the report, and the amount of time a snapshot ...

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