Questions tagged [ssrs]

Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting Services provides a complete, server-based platform designed to support a wide variety of reporting needs enabling organizations to deliver relevant information where needed across the entire enterprise. Programming languages used for SSRS can include not only ANSI and T-SQL, but also C#, and Visual Basic for custom coding, and XML for the Report Definition Language.

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How to pass data from Java to display in SSRS?

I have a Java application that uses an 3rd party Java library to get data remotely. Specifically, a start date, end date and a few other search parameters can be passed to a library call and it will ...
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Using Entity Framework as substitute for SSIS, SSAS and SSRS

At the moment I have three different sources where my data are. 1. A Dataprovider, 2. inhouse access DB and 3. Salesforce. Now I want to build a datawarehouse (using ms software) where I want to store ...
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What are the disadvantages of using stored procedures, SSIS, and SSRS to implement business applications? [closed]

Recently, it was suggested that many projects (where I work) should be implemented using some combination of stored procedures (on SQL Sever / T-SQL), SSIS, and SSRS. In one specific project, SSIS ...
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What can I do to help users create self-service reports?

I work using Reporting Services 2008 and I'm constantly creating ad-hoc reports. We'd like to use PowerPivot on Sharepoint but we're stuck on Sharepoint 2007. Using easy reporting software like ...
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Has SSRS replaced Crystal Reports as a new standard for Visual Studio reporting tool?

I never used SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) before but used little Crystal Reports. My present project has extensive use of Crystal Reports for Visual Studio 2005. This choice brought some nasty ...