Microsoft Reporting Services is a server-based platform for building reports from relational and multidimensional data sources, publishing reports that can be viewed in various formats, and centrally managing security and subscriptions. The reports that you create can be viewed over a Web-based connection or as part of a Microsoft Windows application or SharePoint site.
Reporting Services includes graphical tools and wizards for creating and publishing reports and report models, report server management tools for administering Reporting Services, and APIs for programming against and extending the Reporting Services object model.
This section provides links to popular help topics and Reporting Services tutorials. For more information about how to find information in SQL Server Books Online, see Using SQL Server Books Online.
Find the topics that are most useful to a particular job role. Reporting Services has documentation for information workers, analysts, administrators, and developers. Use these topics as a quick start into the documentation for your job role.
Provides information about developing solutions using Reporting Services features, tools and APIs. A Developer's Guide, samples, and information about scripting, ad hoc reporting, and report design are included here.
Provides installation information, including upgrade and migration strategies, and interoperability with SharePoint products and technologies. Information about deploying reporting solutions is included also.