Getting Started With Reporting Services
Use this table for quick access to documentation for Reporting Services version 1.0, a component of Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2000. For more information about tutorials and samples you can use to learn about Reporting Services, see Reporting Services Samples and Walkthroughs.
|To learn about||See|
|Reporting Services features, components, workflow, and terminology||Introducing Reporting Services|
|Installing or removing Reporting Services components||Installing Reporting Services|
|Configuring and maintaining reports, report servers, and report server databases in a production environment||Deploying and Administering Reporting Services|
|Authoring and publishing reports using a report design tool||Designing and Creating Reports|
|Basic operations such as selecting, viewing, and printing reports, and advanced operations such as centralized management and configuring access to reports and other items||Managing and Working With Published Reports|
|Problem-solving and error message information||Troubleshooting Reporting Services|
|Application programming interfaces (API) and programming techniques||Reporting Services Programming|
|Reference documentation for the Report Definition Language||Report Definition Language|
|Dialog box and page-level options, and syntax for running command prompt utilities||Tools and Utilities Reference|
|Step-by-step instruction for performing tasks||Reporting Services How To|
|Step-by-step instruction for learning specific skills||Reporting Services Samples and Walkthroughs|
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