Managing and Working With Published Reports

Managing and Working With Published Reports

SQL Server 2000

Microsoft® SQL Server™ Reporting Services supports end-to-end management of reports and the reporting environment. To manage and work with published reports, use Report Manager. You can use Report Manager to configure end-user access to reports and report server folders, set options that determine how and when reports are run, manage report distribution, and manage report processing.

The following table describes the topics in this section. For more information about administering a report server or report server database, see Deploying and Administering Reporting Services.

Topic Description
Configuring Report Access Describes the settings and properties that affect end-user access to a report.
Viewing Reports With Report Manager Explains how to view reports, navigate folders, search for items, use My Reports, and identify the icons used in Report Manager.
Viewing Reports With a Browser Explains how to use a browser to access reports and navigate folders.
Running Reports Provides information about how to run and refresh reports, with additional instruction for working with large and parameterized reports.
Printing, Exporting, and Saving Reports Provides links to topics about printing, exporting, and saving reports.
Managing Report Server Content Provides information about managing reports, report history, My Reports, resources, and folders.
Managing Data Source Connections Explains how to manage connectivity to the external data sources that provide content for reports.
Distributing Reports Through Subscriptions Describes subscription and delivery used to distribute reports.
Using Schedules Provides information about creating and managing schedules, which are used to automate report processing.
Managing Report Processing Provides information about report execution, session management, caching, and job management.

See Also

Report Management

Report Manager

Report Server Folder Namespace

Reporting Services Samples and Walkthoughs

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