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Implementing a Data Processing Extension

SQL Server 2000

The following table describes the topics in this section.

Topic Description
Introducing Data Processing Extensions Introduces how to write a custom data processing extension for Reporting Services.
Getting Started with a Data Processing Extension Implementation Describes the requirements for implementing a custom data processing extension.
Implementing a Connection Class for a Data Processing Extension Describes the attributes of a connection, and how to implement your own Connection class for your data processing extension.
Implementing a Command Class for a Data Processing Extension Describes the attributes of a command, and how to implement your own Command class for your data processing extension.
Implementing a DataReader Class for a Data Processing Extension Describes the attributes of a data reader and how to implement your own DataReader class for your data processing extension.
Using an External Dataset with Reporting Services Describes how to expose your custom DataSet objects to the report server for consumption.
Deploying a Data Processing Extension Describes how to deploy your data processing extension.
Debugging Data Processing Extension Code Describes how to debug code in your data processing extensions.
Removing a Data Processing Extension Describes how to remove a data processing extension from a report server or Report Designer.

For a sample of a fully implemented data processing extension, see Sample File Share Data Processing Extension.

See Also

Extending Reporting Services

Sample File Share Data Processing Extension

Reporting Services Extension Library

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