SQL Server Reporting Services

SQL Server Reporting Services

SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) is a server-based report generation software system from Microsoft.

Administered via a web interface, it can be used to prepare and deliver a variety of interactive and printed reports.

SSRS competes with Crystal Reports and other business intelligence tools.

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... SQL Server 2008 SSRS can also prepare reports in Microsoft Word (DOC) format ... Users can interact with the Report Server web service directly, or instead use Report Manager, a web-based application that interfaces with the Report Server web service ... In addition to using the standalone Report Server that comes with SQL Server, RDL reports can also be viewed using the ASP.NET ReportViewer web control or the ...

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