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SQL Server MVP Deep Dives by Greg Low, Paul Randal, Kimberly Tripp, Adam Machanic, Kalen Delaney, Paul Nielsen

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Chapter 51. Unlocking the secrets of SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services

William Vaughn

I want to share some of the Reporting Services technology implemented in SQL Server 2008—at least those features that make a difference to application developers. Thanks to your (and my) suggestions, Reporting Services is better this time. Thankfully, they left in almost all of the good features and added a few more. That said, there are still a number of things I would like improved—but I’ll get to that. Yes, there are a few Reporting Services features that are still under development. These include the real MicrosoftReportViewer control that can process the second-generation Report Definition Language (RDL) produced by the Reporting Services 2008 Report ...

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