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Application Samples (Reporting Services)

SQL Server 2005

The following samples represent complete applications written for Reporting Services using the Microsoft .NET Framework. As such, these samples exhibit more complete error handling and object-oriented development than simple code examples. Application samples typically address a variety of features or technologies in a single sample.

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These samples are provided for educational purposes only. They are not intended to be used in a production environment and have not been tested in a production environment. Microsoft does not provide technical support for these samples.

The SQL Server samples are not installed automatically during setup. For instructions about how to install the samples, see Installing Samples. Application samples are located by default in the following directory:

C:\Program Files\Microsoft SQL Server\90\Samples\Reporting Services\Application Samples

Topic Description

FindRenderSave Sample Windows Application

Uses Microsoft Visual C# or Microsoft Visual Basic to show how you can use the Report Server Web service to build a custom Windows application that uses the Report Server Web service to search for reports in the report server database, review the report properties, and render the reports to various on-disk formats.

RSExplorer Sample Application

Uses Visual C# to show how you can use the Report Server Web service to build custom Windows applications around the SOAP API.

AsynchronousRender Sample Windows Application

Uses Visual C# to show how you can use the Report Server Web service to build a custom Windows application that uses the Report Server Web service to browse reports in a TreeView control, render reports asynchronously, and save reports to MHTML.

ReportSearch in Office Sample Application

Shows how to add search functionality to Office 2003 applications so that users can browse a report server and view Reporting Services reports.

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