Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Figure 3-11. Report rendered in the browser in a SharePoint enviroment
take a look at the report viewer UrL. the UrL consists of the report viewer page and arguments passed to the
page that include the relative path of the report, source document library, and the default view option of the report
indicating whether to open in the client application or browser:
http://yoursharepointsite/_layouts/15/ReportServer/RSViewerPage.aspx?
rv:RelativeReportUrl=/Report%20Library/rptInternetSales.rdl&
Source=http%3A%2F%2Fbimain%3A1111%2FReport%2520Library%2FForms%2FAllItems%2Easpx
now that you know how to construct a UrL for a specific report, you can use it to load the report in any web or
Windows application. For instance, on a different web page, you can use this UrL within an iframe to load the
report. as mentioned earlier, you can use report Builder to edit published reports, as you’ll see in the next section.
Using Report Builder to Edit a Published Report
Now you’ve seen how to author and publish a report using the SSDT Report Designer. You can edit the same
published report using Report Builder 3.0:
1.
Click “Edit in Report Builder” from the ECB menu of the report item (Figure 3-12 ).
You can also edit the report after you open it by clicking on “Open with Report Builder”
on the Actions menu as shown in Figure 3-13 .
 
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