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SQL Server Reporting Services

Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services (SSRS) delivers enterprise, Web-enabled reporting functionality so you can create reports that draw content from a variety of data sources, publish reports in various formats, and centrally manage security and subscriptions. For information about other SQL Server 2005 components, tools, and resources, see SQL Server 2005 Books Online.

The following InfoCenters organize the topics in SQL Server Books Online into content areas that are useful for specific roles. You can use the InfoCenters to find topics that provide you with the most relevant information for your job. In addition to InfoCenter pages, each topic in Books Online indicates the intended audience so that you can tell at a glance whether the topic contains content of interest to you.

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Reporting Services Documentation Map Provides an overview of SQL Server Reporting Services, with links to all the major documentation sections in Books Online.

Information worker iconReporting Services Information Worker InfoCenter Provides links to fundamental information for creating, publishing, and accessing reports in Reporting Services.

Analyst role iconReporting Services Analyst InfoCenter Provides links for data analysts who need to design, query, and manipulate data and report models using Reporting Services.

Administrator iconReporting Services Administrator InfoCenter Provides links to relevant topics for installing and administering Reporting Services.

Developer iconReporting Services Developer InfoCenter Provides links to the technologies and languages available to implement Reporting Services solutions programmatically.

Components that interface with Reporting Services

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SQL Server Overview

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