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More articles by Teo Lachev

Author Bio
Teo Lachev works as a technical architect for a leading financial institution where he designs and implements .NET-centric Business Intelligence solutions. He is a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for SQL Server. Teo is the author of the books Applied Microsoft Analysis Services 2005 and Microsoft Reporting Services in Action.
For Database Development Zone | April 25, 2006
SQL Server Reporting Services makes it easy to build reports from database data, but what if the data isn't in a database? This article shows you how to take advantage of Reporting Services' unique extensibility model to build reports from ADO.NET datasets.
For .NET Zone | February 21, 2006
Organizations can use Reporting Services to make data easily accessible to internal users, customers, and partners. The second part of this article shows you how you can leverage the Web version of the ReportViewer control to integrate Reporting Services 2005 with your intranet and Internet applications—without compromising security.
For .NET Zone | January 31, 2006
Reporting is an integral part of every complete application. The Report Viewer controls greatly reduce the development effort required to report-enable .NET applications. Part one of this two-part article shows you how you can leverage the Windows Forms ReportViewer to integrate your Windows Forms .NET applications with Reporting Services 2005.
For Database Development Zone | May 6, 2005
Among the many new features in Microsoft Reporting Services 2005 is one that can truly help reduce the workload for developers—the ability to give end users the power to generate their own ad-hoc reports.
For .NET Zone | February 1, 2005
In Part 1, you learned to create a custom security model for Microsoft Reporting Services. Now, tighten the screws by adding role membership authentication and stave off problems by troubleshooting and debugging your custom extensions ahead of time.
For .NET Zone | January 13, 2005
An incredibly flexible extensibility model is included with Microsoft Reporting Services and hammering down a custom security model is one smart way to take advantage. Shore up your implementation with forms authentication and role membership.
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