Deploying and Administering Reporting Services
This section contains topics for system and database administrators who must support or deploy a report server installation.
Note Deploying and administering a report server and report server database requires knowledge of Web servers, Microsoft® SQL Server™, and ASP.NET applications.
The following table describes the topics in this section.
|Deployment and Administration Tools||Describes tools and applications that you can use to configure and maintain a Reporting Services installation.|
|Scripting Deployment and Administrative Tasks||Provides information about automating administrative functions through script files.|
|Planning for Deployment||Compares the deployment configurations, describes database requirements, provides checklists, and explains how Reporting Services can be deployed in a multilingual environment.|
|Configuring Reporting Services Components||Provides information about settings used to configure a report server, Report Manger, and Report Designer.|
|Configuring Server Security||Describes Web server and database server security systems that affect a report server installation.|
|Starting and Stopping the Report Server Service||Explains how to start and stop the Report Server Windows service, and verify the status of the Report Server Web service.|
|Activating a Report Server Instance||Describes activation process and steps when adding a report server to a Web farm or modifying an existing installation.|
|Monitoring Performance||Describes different approaches for monitoring report server performance and provides information about performance counters.|
|Checking Reporting Services Log Files||Describes the log files used by Reporting Services components and how to use log file information.|
|Administering a Report Server Database||Contains overview and administration information about the report server database that provides internal storage for a report server.|
Note Server administration topics and content management topics are located in different sections of Books Online. A separate section contains information for content managers who need to know about report management, role-based security, report distribution, and report processing. For more information about these areas, see Managing and Working With Published Reports.