Report Builder of SQL Server 2005
Report Builder in SQL Server 2005
Microsoft has redesigned the SQL Server 2005 product family to better meet the needs of each customer segment with four new editions: Express, Workgroup, Standard, and Enterprise.
End-user, ad hoc reporting was the most requested addition to Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000 Reporting Services. The latest release of SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services includes this highly anticipated functionality. Join this webcast to learn all you need to know about this powerful enhancement to Reporting Services. The discussion will include an examination of its architecture as well as extensive demonstrations of how it works and what you can do with this capability.
Report Builder itself is a ClickOnce WinForms application. That means that end users install it from the browser, but once installed it's not a browser-based application. To get started with Report Builder, browse to your Reporting Services home page - typically, this will have a URL something like http://MySqlServer/Reports (or http://localhost/Reports if you're running the browser on the same box with SQL Server 2005 itself).
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