MSDN TV: Developing Applications Using SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services

    This episode provides an overview of SQL Server Reporting Services.
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        This episode provides an overview of Reporting Services and shows how to add reports to your applications, including how to design reports using Report Designer, call SOAP methods using Visual Studio.NET 2003 against the Report Server Web service, and integrate reports into Win Forms applications.
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      Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows XP

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