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Microsoft® SQL Server™ 2008 Reporting Services Unleashed by Amit Goyal, Jim Joseph, Michael Lisin

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Chapter 27. Using URL Access

URL access is one of the easiest methods available to developers who want to incorporate SSRS functionality into custom applications. URL access is designed to provide the highest level of performance when used to view and navigate reports. URL access achieves this performance by bypassing the web service interface and communicating directly with the Report Server. On the other hand, because URL access does not access the web service, URL access functionality is limited to viewing and navigating reports.

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SSRS programmers who have implemented custom security extensions (Chapter 29, “Extending Reporting ...

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