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Integrating .NET Code and SQL Server Reporting Services

Tuesday, February 27, 2007 { 1 Comments }

"SQL Server Reporting Services versions 2000 and 2005 (SSRS) has many powerful features. SSRS has a well-designed data access engine, a great set of layout tools, and an excellent expression system for creating complex formulas. While the expression system is quite powerful it is not suitable for all applications. This is where SSRS shines. SSRS gives developers the ability to add custom code to their report layouts. This article demonstrates adding custom code to SQL Server Reporting Services reports."

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1 Responses to “Integrating .NET Code and SQL Server Reporting Services”

  1. // Anonymous Anonymous // 11/10/2008

    Well written article.  

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