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Working with Data in a Report Layout

SQL Server 2005

Updated: 5 December 2005

After creating a new report, you define connection information for the report and specify a query. Connection information is stored in the report definition as a data source. Query information is stored in the report definition as a dataset. A report can contain multiple datasets. In Reporting Services, data-bound controls in a report are called data regions. Data binding is also supported for fields and images. Once datasets are defined, you can create data regions that contain fields to display report data.

Connecting to a Data Source

Describes data sources and how to create them.

Defining Report Datasets

Describes datasets and how to use them to retrieve data from a data source.

Working With Fields in a Report Dataset

Discusses fields and how to display column data in a report.

Grouping Data in a Report

Describes the various ways you can group data for a report.

Sorting Data in a Report

Describes the various ways you can sort data in a report.

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