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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: using SOAP APIs

    Device information settings in SSRS are used to pass parameters to a rendering extension. For more information regarding device information settings in reporting services, see Passing Device Information Settings to Rendering Extensions . For SQL Reporting, none of the options specified in the above...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure SQL Reporting: ReportViewer-SOAP API usage sample is available on CodeGallery

    SQL Reporting ReportViewer-SOAP API usage sample is available on CodeGallery. This sample demonstrate how to embed a Microsoft ReportViewer control that points to reports hosted on SQL Reporting report servers and how to use SQL Reporting SOAP APIs in your Windows Azure Web application. The sample has...
  • Blog Post: SQL Reporting Admin Sample is available on CodeGallery

    The SQLReportingAdmin sample for Windows Azure SQL Reporting demonstrates the usage of SQL Reporting APIs, and manages (add/update/delete) permissions of SQL Reporting users. You must install the Windows Azure Software Development Kit (SDK) 1.3 or later to run the SQLReportingAdmin sample. You can get...
  • 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...
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