SQL Server Reporting Services for SQL SERVER 2000 AND Visual Studio.NET 2005 .NET 2.0
Hi, Which version of SQl Server Reporting Services will work with SQL SERVER 2000 in pararrel with ASP.NET 2.0 (.NET 2.0 framework)? Thanks, Azam HighOnCodingWanna get high!
Hi, Okay I got the answer. Yes, we can use the SQL SERVER 2005 Reporting Services with SQL SERVER 2000. HighOnCodingWanna get high! ...DNN module to display report from SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services
I have done a fast prototype of a dnn module to display reports from MS SQL Reporting Services. I am new to DNN and I would like to get helps to make following enhancements:
1. Take the hardcode part out of the program and move it to module setting options.
2. Overcome the NT security popup windows
3. Package the project for deployment.
The resources that helped me to prototype the module can be found here
The URL of working example is http://fuji.icpconline.com/Default.aspx?tabid=40. The URL has samples reports that co...Drill Through issue on Remote Server Report on SQL Reporting Services 2005
I have a server report that (processing mode = remote) that is a high level report. I have configured one of the detail text box to have navigation to jump to report. I have selected the report that will display a greater amount of detail. I have run this report in the Visual Studio 2005 and the jumpt to report navigation works perfectly. I then deployed the reports to my reporting server. The high level report works perfectly no known isssues. However when I click on the hyperlink to the jump to report the report view posts back and I se....NET 2.0 Reporting Module using SQL Server Reporting Services
Hello Everyone,I have created a generic module using ASP.NET 2.0, MS SQL Server 2005 and SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services. This module is intended to provide a generic user interface for selecting and generating reports. You can configure its respective table for your fixed or flexible parameters for each report. It also supports end user access level security for each report and report group which is generally required for any basic reporting module.You can view reports in two different styles:-- Drop down--Tree View And You can view your report in 3 supported formats. This is an in..."Using other editions of SQL Server for report data sources and/or the report server database" is not supported in this edition of Reporting Services
Hi My project is in .NET 2003 i.e. framework 1.1 and database in SQLServer 2000. But the reports have been developed using SQLServer 2005 Reporting Services. Now when I am trying to deploy them through deployment project of .NET its giving me following error:"Using other editions of SQL Server for report data sources and/or the report server database" is not supported in this edition of Reporting Services. Now I am really confused with this. Can any one please guide me regarding this ASAP. Thanks, Falguni
You will need to use the SQL Server ...Where to get SQL server 2000 reporting service for VS.NET?
Where to get SQL server 2000 reporting service for VS.NET?
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Can we design SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services Reports in VS.NET 2005 web applications. If so how they can be designed. Plz help me if any one know the solution.
Thanx in advance,
Are you asking if you can use VS.Net 2005 to design reports, yes, both client and server reports are built using VS.Net.
If you are asking if you can use a web application to build a report, well yes you could, but you would have you design it. All sql server reports are is an xml file, so if you can build a front end that will generate the xml in the proper ....Net 2 web app and Reporting Services (both SQL 2000 and SQL 2005)... Can it be done?
My setup:.Net 2 web app running in [localhost] with AJAX extensions. 2 virtual web folders Reports and ReportServer for Reporting Services in SQL 2000. I understand that RS (Reporting Services) for SQL 2000 only runs in .Net Framework 1.1, so I have set both Reports and ReportServer to run in a different application pool [ASP.NET 1.1] and set their .net Framework to 1.1. But when I try to load a report through our app or try to load the Reports folder it reports and error in the web.config of our web app in localhost. The error in the web.config is something specific ...Reporting Services 2000, VS2005 and SQL Server 2000
I am running MS SQL 2000 and VS .Net 2005.
Is it possible to run Microsoft Reporting Services 2000 with VS2005 or am I required to upgrade the SQL server and reporting services to 2005 just to produce a few WEB reports ? This would be too costly both in money and time.
I have just finished developing a solution using the version of Crystal Reports which is built into VS 2005. However I now believe that I require costly licenses to deploy the solution on the live WEB server. Can anyone confirm this assumption (in simple terms).
...Moving & Deploying my SQL Reporting Services Server Reports project to a rempote server
I created a Reporting Services project on my local machine,The data source, and database that the reports use/access are ona remote SQL Server (Lets call it Server XYZ)
So here is my question. How shall I deploy these reportsto the SQL server Server machine "XYZ", from my local machine? Can I simply copy them to the same directory structure on the remote server that hosts the Reportingservices projects? Because basically my local directory structure for thereports mimics the location of those Reporting Services projects on the server:
C:\Documents and Settings\AV_KP_Admin\M...SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services Service Pack 2 is released
MS SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services Service Pack 2 is released.
You can download it from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=502c0d89-1308-4662-8f58-cec55ef1235b&DisplayLang=en
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I have some reporting requirements. Please advise whether I should go for Crystal Reports or Sql Server Reprting Services.Please click "Mark As Answer" if this hepled in solving your problem.
Onr thing I would like to add. The reports are to be incorporated in web pages only or can be viewed by the business people standalone, but no support for desktop based product is required.Please click "Mark As Answer" if this hepled in solving your problem.
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one suggest which is best Crystal Report or SQL Server reporting
services, in compare of performance, developing and licensing cost.Can we use any of these reporting on shared hosting.If we want to go for SSRS then which edition of SQL Server we should purchase.Thanks,Deepesh Verma Dont forget to click “Mark as Answer” on the post that helped you.This credits that member, earns you a point and mark your thread as Resolved for the sake of Future Readers....Report Features NOT using SQL Server Reporting Services
I have a web app that is using rdlc reporting that needs some refinement. The research I've done on the improvements I'd like to make indicates that they can be done with SQL Server Reporting Services; however, I don't have a license for SQL Server and would like not to have to purchase one if I can do what needs to be done without it.
I'd like to know if it is POSSIBLE in rdlc reporting to do 2 things, and if so, how to approach a solution:
1. I would like to export a version of the report to a file location on a routine basis (say once a day).