• Integrate MOSS with SQL Server 2008

    Can someone provide a step-by-step or point me to a guide for integrating MOSS with SQL Server 2008? Thank you very much. Moderator Note: This is a submitted question

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  • Field data in Footer SSRS 2005

    I need to put field data in the footer of a report so it repeats on ever page of the report. How do I get be Header/Footer constraints.

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  • Possible to deploy 2005 report to sql 2000 RS?

    I've never needed to do this before, but I need to know if I can deploy a report built with VS 2005 to a SQL 2000 Reporting Services box. I don't have an environment at the moment to test it on. Does anyone know if this is possible? Thank you in advance, tley

    Tley15 pointsBadges:
  • Predefine a named range for an exported SQL Server Reporting Services report

    How can you predefine a named range for an SQL Server Reporting Services report exported to Excel? In particular, the named range must have a specific name, along with referring to a set of cells with specific columns for all rows rendered for the given table control. I am running SQL Server 2005...

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  • Date Parameters in SSRS – showing total by day as well as by total by parameter chosen

    I have a date range parameter set up in SSRS. I need to show the total for each day chosen in the data range parameter as well as the grand total of the entire filtered selection. Is this possible?

    Ericamorrison5 pointsBadges:
  • Problem rendering a field in SQL Server Reporting Services

    I have a strange problem with SQL Server Reporting Services. My report does not render a field when viewed either from Report Manager or when run through subscription. However, the same field is rendered correctly when I test the report in Development Studio. Why might this be?

    SQL Server Ask the Experts2,585 pointsBadges:
  • Transposing a table using SQL Server Reporting Services in VB.NET

    How can I transpose a table using SQL Server Reporting Services in VB.NET?

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  • SSRS Performance

    I Have created an SSRS Report for retrieving 55000 records using a Stored Procedure.When Executing from SP it is taking just 3 Seconds but when executing from SSRS report It is taking more than one Minuits.How i can solve this problem?

    Sinshith5 pointsBadges:
  • SSRS Memory Performance

    Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services Version 9.00.3239.00 We are experiencing problems with memory and other performance related issues. This is a scaled out deployment with ssrs installed on 2 server web farm (used to be 3) with windows 2003 sp2, 32GB RAM. Customers run 100s of subscriptions...

    MJT20 pointsBadges:
  • Hiding Columns in Report in SSRS

    How can I hide or show columns based on a parameter in SQL Server Reporting Services.

    Jamisoe10 pointsBadges:
  • Reporting Services Installation

    My company is installing new software which uses SQL Server 2000 as its data container. Is it possible to purchase a standalone copy of Reporting Services 2008 and link it to the SQL Server 2000 database? I am new to SQL Server, but have a background in MS Access & Visual Studio. I believe that I...

    Critter0175 pointsBadges:
  • releasing SSRS reports to clients

    we have clients that have ssrs installed on their servers and we would like to supply them with reports we have created using ssrs. what is the best way to go releasing our reports to our clients?

    Sabrena5 pointsBadges:
  • Connection issue from analysis to reporting

    I have a report pulling the data from analysis services and reporting in SSRS reports. when i try to render the report I can view the report in the local server.when I try to access the same link remotely, I am unable to access the data and I am getting the below error. An error has occurred during...

    GIG240 pointsBadges:
  • Deploying 2000 reporting services reports on 2005 reporting services

    Hi ! I have a large number of reports created in visual studio 2003 .They were originally deployed on SQl server reporting services 2000. Now durinfg the process of upgradation to 2005 , i transferred all the reports from 2000 server to 2005 server using RSscripter which worked fine.However , my...

    Atom1235 pointsBadges:
  • Click Through Report in SSRS

    Hi, I have developed a click through report and scheduled it. When I go to History and see the last instance of the Report, the subreport which comes up is the latest one instead of the History instance. Can you please tell me how to get the subreport of the history instance. Thanks in Advance

    MD5 pointsBadges:
  • DrawBacks of SSRS

    Hi I was asked this question in an interview?Please anyone help on it... 1)What are the drawbacks of SSRS? or What are the problems faced in SSRS?

    Sriradhi25 pointsBadges:
  • can VS 2005 support Oracle 10g?

    can VS 2005 support Oracle 10g data base? i need the MS Report service (SSRS) to be used to make report and the data base is Oracle 10g.please replay to me

    KPL5 pointsBadges:
  • SQL Reporting Service 2005 Report Stayle/Layout

    How to make the Reports layout change automatically? That it looks just like the clients webpage? Even when they change their colors, borders etc.

    Hedi10 pointsBadges:
  • Stored procedures in SSRS

    Can we call the stored procedure in SSRS when creating reports.I am new to sql server plaese help me in this question

    Sriradhi25 pointsBadges:
  • Hosting SSRS on Windows XP – user limitation.

    While I host SSRS on a Win XP Prof machine is there a limitation on the number of users who can access this site at once.

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