A Java proxy for MS SQL Server Reporting Services

Wednesday Jan 12th 2005 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff

RS can easily be integrated and deployed in a Microsoft-centric environment, but making it accessible to a Java Web application requires some work. This article provides some guidance in integrating RS with your Java Web application.

[From JavaWorld]

A Java Web application often uses a SQL Server database. SQL Server now comes bundled with a reporting tool, Reporting Services. RS has generated a lot of attention among developers since it first came on the market about a year ago. It is a full-featured reporting tool that includes a WYSIWYG report editor with scripting/programming capabilities, a delivery engine, and a powerful Web services interface. Using RS makes sense--not only from a cost perspective, but also because of the reduced development and deployment complexities compared with using a third-party vendor. This article explores such an integration scenario.

The article continues at http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-01-2005/jw-0110-sqlrs.html

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