Mastering SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services Infrastructure Design
- Reporting Services is a powerful tool for SQL Server 2005 database administrators, developers, and other IT professionals, enabling them to make sense of the immense amount of data generated by enterprises of all sizes
- Shows readers how to create, manage, and distribute information as well as how to design, produce, and distribute reports that meet the needs of the stakeholder
- Contains practical insights and real-world solutions not found in other books
- Bridges the gap between those who manage data and those who need it
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Principles of a Reporting Infrastructure.
Chapter 2. Building the Right Reporting Infrastructure. Determining Business Requirements.
Chapter 3. Planning & Developing Role based Security.
Chapter 4. Managing User Expectations.
Chapter 5. Change Management.
Chapter 6. Business Intelligence and SSRS.
Part II. Putting Theory into Practice - How to use reporting services in your infrastructure.
Chapter 7. Deploying Reporting Services based on the planned reporting infrastructure.
Chapter 8. Managing Models.
Chapter 9. Using and Planning Subscriptions.
Chapter 10. Tweaking the Reporting Infrastructure.
Part III. Advanced Reporting Services Topics.
Chapter 11. Extending Reporting Services (Gunderloy?).
Chapter 12. Managing Reports Using Program Code
Chapter 13. Report Definition Language.
Chapter 14. Report Server Security.
Chapter 15. Defining Report Data Sources & Datasets.
Chapter 16. Performance Tuning a Reporting Services Solution.
Appendix A. Reporting Services Basics.
Appendix B. Creating Reports.
Appendix C. Rendering Reports.
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