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Reporting Services – Sharepoint Integrated Mode vs Native August 29, 2012

Posted by juanpablo1manrique in Developer, SharePoint, SQL SERVER 2008, SSRS, VS.
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En esta ocasión se intento hacer una diferenciación entre los dos modos de instalación de Reporting Services cuando se integra con SharePoint 2010, fue algo complejo espero que les guste

SharePoint Integrated Mode SharePoint Integrated Mode Whit SQL 2008 R2 Native 2008
SharePoint collaboration Features, alerts and version control x x
Tener un sitio unificado para accesar y manejar tanto .rdl como otros documentos x x
SharePoint Permissions and authentication providers x x
Use SharePoint large deployment to internet or intranet x x
Manage custom application page and custom masterpage to improved desing x x
Posibility to develop custom features for custom requirements, for exmaple manage report history x x
Report Center x x
Publish reports and datasources directly to sharePoint library or use direct upload action x x
SharePoint collaboration Features, deliver reports thorugh e-mail, shared folder, data-driven subscriptions using data queried at run time Según SharePoint Según SharePoint Según SSRS
Report viewer web Part whit page navigation, search, print and export features. x x
Program against a new SOAP endpoint to create custom applications that integrate with a SharePoint site
x x
URL addressing is different in SharePoint integrated mode
x x
Atom Renderer specific icon in the ReportViewer web part toolbar. x x
Improved Report Preview experience with Report Builder 3.0 and edit sessions. x x
2010 End Point Proxy. x x
Support for SharePoint ULS Logging. x x
Local Mode for viewing reports with SharePoint List data extension. x x
Access Reporting in local mode when Access Services is enabled. x x
37 languages supported including bi-directional languages (Hebrew and Arabic) and complex script languages Reporting Services web pages. x x
Reporting Services custom security extensions x
Report Manager x
Linked reports x
My Reports x
My Subscriptions x
Batching methods x
Support for Multiple SharePoint Zones. x
Rs.exe utility supports scripting with servers in SharePoint Integrated mode. x
Support using Trusted Account authentication for SharePoint web applications using login. x
Report Parts. x
2010 management endpoint. x
Microsoft Access reporting in connected mode when Access Services is enabled. x
Relational, multidimensional, XML, and custom data sources x x x
Tabular, matrix, chart, and free-form report layouts x x x
Ad hoc reports x x x
Drillthrough reports and interactivity x x x
Presentation formats x x x
Custom controls and report items x x x
bookmarks and document maps x x x
aggregate and summarize x x x
Graphical elements x x x
Command-line utilities for administration x x x
Role-based security Report Manager Según SharePoint Según SharePoint Según SSRS
On-demand access over Web connections x x x
Subscriptions for E-mail or File share Delivery Según SharePoint Según SharePoint Según SSRS
Data-driven subscriptions de Reporting Services Según SharePoint Según SharePoint Según SSRS
Report Definition Language (RDL) x x x
URL access parameterized URL strings x
WMI provider Report Server Windows service x x x

Se esperaria que todas las funcionalidades de una librería esten disponibles en una librería de reportes, pero estas 2 no lo estan.

  • SharePoint OutLook Calendar
  • Report server integration Anonymous Access

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