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I am working with Windows Intune group as an SDET. Had been with Microsoft since 2005. My areas of expertise are: Windows Intue, SQL Server, SQL Server Connectivity/protocols, ADO.NET, SSRS, SSIS. Follow me here: http://twitter.com/chmediko

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  • Blog Post: Windows Azure SQL Reporting is now available

    Windows Azure SQL Reporting is now commercially available to the Windows Azure customers. Like other services on the Windows Azure Platform, SQL Reporting is designed to support elastic scale. Based on your usage and seasonal requirements, you can easily and quickly add subscriptions and report servers...
  • Blog Post: Reporting Services LogViewer Tool

    Reporting Services LogViewer Tool Sample is developed in Microsoft Windows Presentation Foundation ( WPF ) in Visual C# using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. The sample demonstrates how to read and analyze the Reporting Services trace logs and the Report Server execution log data. The sample does the...
  • Blog Post: Forms Authentication Sample and Windows 2008

    The forms authentication sample: http://msftrsprodsamples.codeplex.com/wikipage?title=SS2008%21Security%20Extension%20Sample&referringTitle=Home , is strictly for educational purpose only. They are not intended to be used in a production environment and have not been tested in a production environment...
  • Blog Post: How to save a copy of the Report being rendered in ReportViewer Control

    I had worked with a few customers in the past who had the following requirement. Using web ReportViewer control. Rendering a Server Report Providing an option to create a Copy of the existing report with some specified set of Parameters First of all, we need to...
  • Blog Post: Japanese Characters are displayed as "?" when we export report to either PDF or TIFF format

    Problem Description: ======================================================================= - We had a report that displays the Japanese characters. When we try to export the report to either PDF or TIFF format we don’t see these Japanese characters, instead they are replaced by the character...
  • Blog Post: Report Manager is slow after an IISReset or AppPool restart

    Report Manager and Report server may take time for the first time after we do an IIS Reset or a recycle of the application pool. For the first time Report Manager might take a few seconds, and that is expected. But if it takes either 2 or 3 minutes then it might be abnormal. Even if the SSL...
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