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Introductie van Micorosoft SQL Server 2016

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149 C H A P T E R 7 | Better reporting Regardless of which browser you use, the first time you attempt to open a report, an error message is displayed if you have not configured the browser to run scripts. In response to the message, you can click to continue to view the report without scripts. In that case, the report renders in HTML, but the features supported by the report viewer are not displayed, such as the report toolbar and the document map. Note Enhancing the renderer to work across all browsers is a huge undertaking. Despite extensive testing, it is possible that a particular combination of report elements that worked well in an earlier version of Reporting Services no longer renders properly. If you find that a report does not render correctly with the new rendering engine, you can click the Switch To Compatibility Mode link on the right side of the report viewer toolbar to revert rendering to Reporting Services' prior style of rendering. You can also click the Send Feedback button next to this link if you continue to have a problem rendering a report. Clicking this link opens the SQL Server Reporting Services Forum on MSDN, where you can use the Ask A Question button to create a post describing the problem you are experiencing. Not only is the rendering engine updated, but the Report Manager web application used for report access is no longer available. Instead, users access reports by using the new Reporting Services web portal, shown in Figure 7-27. The web portal includes a Favorites page on which you can view reports by type: KPIs, mobile reports, and paginated reports. You can switch to the Browse page to view reports and KPIs by navigating through folders. Figure 7-27: The home page of the new Reporting Services web portal displaying the Favorites tab. Viewing reports on mobile devices In addition to using the web portal to view mobile reports rendered as HTML5 pages in a web browser, you can also interact with these reports through a native user interface on the following major mobile platforms: Windows 8 or later On your tablets and touch-enabled devices, you can use semantic zoom while viewing reports. In addition, you can pin dashboards and KPIs to the Start screen. iOS8 or later You can access published dashboards and KPIs while online and review KPI summary data when offline.

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