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configured shared schedules and pause, edit, expire, or even delete them. (Expire causes the
schedule to stop running at a certain date but does not delete the schedule.)
This link does not go anywhere productive unless you have Reporting Services configured
and attached to a SQL Server report server.
R E P O R T I N G S E R V I C E S S I T E S E T T I N G S
This link takes you to the Reporting Services Site Settings page, shown in Figure 9.33.
Site Settings page
Here you can enable three options:
Client-Side Printing This enables the RSClientPrint ActiveX control for the SharePoint
site. This ActiveX control allows the users to print the reports to their local printer directly
(Internet Explorer required, obviously).
Enable Local Mode Error Messages New with SharePoint Foundation 2010 is the ability to
run the SharePoint Reporting Services in local mode , which lets you store and view reports in
the library without an active connection to a SQL Server Reporting Services server (but
connected to another data, such as Access 2010). This option allows you to display any errors that
pop up on the remote computer when running reports.
Enable Accessibility Metadata For Reports When generating reports in HTML format, you
can have the server also write the accessibility metadata into the HTML code. This is applicable
only for simple table or matrix structured reports, and it simply identifies rows and columns,
header cells, and frame titles. This is designed for rendering the HTML report accurately on
multiple disparate platforms (for example, seeing the report on a mobile phone browser).