differences between ssrs reports and crystal reports
hi.... as u all know about ssrs reports... now i'm using the crystal reports and i want to go through ssrs reports can anyone answer the following question. 1)what is the need of ssrs... 2)and why we should use ssrs.., 3)what are the advantages 4)what are the disadvantages 5)how it will on work webapplication.. 6)how much loadtime it will take by server 7)whether it is a lightweight application or heavyweight.. 8)what the problem that we face in future.. please help me it'll be very helpfull for me
October 20th, 2010 3:35pm

1)what is the need of ssrs... - Installing SSRS and a fully licensed SQL Server Engine. 2)and why we should use ssrs.., - Cost is lower, development is easier to pick up 3)what are the advantages - Same question as the last 4)what are the disadvantages - Some features are not in SSRS than other report solutions have. Although they are easily found in severael third party add-ins at still, a lower cost 5)how it will on work webapplication.. - Through a browser or report builder depending on the delivery needs 6)how much loadtime it will take by server - Completely depends on the hardware and the reports themselves. 7)whether it is a lightweight application or heavyweight.. - IMO, very lightweight comparable. But again, it depends on what you need it to do 8)what the problem that we face in future.. - I see none other than the product itself growing and some missing features that others have being addedTed Krueger Blog on lessthandot.com @onpnt on twitter
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October 20th, 2010 3:39pm

Hi vinayak.v, SSRS is a component of Microsoft Corporation Bussiness Intenlligence along with SSAS and SSIS, SSRS is front data presentation tool. When you install the Sql Server, you need to select this component, which is based on the Report Server, so it is easy to create report without any code in the web application, it is a heavy application, while RDLC in the local model is a light application, which supply a flexible integration to the web application. Thanks, Challen Fu
October 25th, 2010 1:41pm

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