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Posted Apr 1, 2005

Incorporating SQL Server Reporting Services into your Web Site

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From 15 Seconds]

This article discusses a pretty simple combination of C#, Javascript, an IFRAME, and SQL Server Reporting Services to create a one-click web page for viewing all the reports for your web application.

This solution was the result of the need for a consolidated view for all reports for a particular web site. All the user has to do is select the report and click the button 'View Report'; no jumping back and forth between a report-selection page and report-viewing page (such as the default Reporting Services page is set up.)

Note: This article does not discuss how to create reports using Reporting Services. It is assumed the reports have already been created, and that you have a .NET web site ready to add reports to.

The article continues at http://www.15seconds.com/issue/050331.htm



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