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Packed with detailed examples of building reports, designingreport solutions, and developing deployment strategies forinteracting with various platforms, this book prepares you to takefull advantage of this revolutionary tool. Plus, you'll learn howto extend practically every feature of Reporting Services byimplementing your own security architecture or adding custom dataaccess.
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Who this book is for
This book is for report designers, developers, administrators,and business professionals interested in learning the advancedfunctionality, report,server administration, and security issues ofSQL Server 2005 Reporting Services.
Wrox Professional guides are planned and written byworking programmers to meet the real-world needs of programmers,developers, and IT professionals. Focused and relevant, theyaddress the issue technology professionals face every day. Theyprovide examples, practical solutions, and expert education in newTechnologies, all designed to help programmers do a better job.
Todd Bryant has been creating custom data-focusedapplications and reporting solutions since the early eighties. Hebegan using Microsoft technologies in 1998, and the love affairbegan. Todd has been contract programming, teaching, and developingcustom courseware ever since. He is currently working half-time asa software architect for SoftWyre, a Little Rock, Arkansas, basedsoftware development company as well as training half-time atNetdesk Corporation in Seattle, where he concentrates on enterprisesolutions, Com+ services, and object-oriented programming usingboth VB.NET and C#. His certifications include the MCSD, MCSE,MCDBA, and MCT certifications from Microsoft; the CNA certificationfrom Novell; and both CompTIAâ??s A+ and CTT+.
James Counihan started teaching himself binary in theearly 1970s. He is now a Seattle-area consultant specializing indevelopment on the .NET platform.
Dave DuVarney is a principal for Stateraâ??s Seattleoffice. He has broad technical knowledge stemming from hisexperiences as a software developer, a certified public accountant,and a technology trainer. Dave has been involved in multiplesoftware development projects ranging from contract managementsystems to human rights auditing. He is proficient in numerousdevelopment languages as well as Microsoft business intelligencetechnologies. Most recently he has been consulting and deliveringon SQL Server 2005 Analysis Services, Reporting Services, andIntegration Services. Dave is the coauthor of Professional SQLServer Reporting Services.