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Publish a Report to SharePoint

更新日期: 2009年8月

適用於: Operations Manager 2007 R2

When you publish a report, you generate a report with prepopulated parameters. You can view this report by running it through the Report server URL. Because Microsoft System Center 2007 Operations Manager is not required to render the report, you can view the report within Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services.

To publish a report to a SharePoint site

  1. Run the report viewer through the Report server URL to generate the unique URL for the report.

  2. Copy the generated URL for the report.

  3. In SharePoint, add either a new Page Viewer Web part or the Report Viewer.

  4. If you add a Page Viewer Web part, paste the report URL in the Link field.

  5. If you add a Report Viewer, paste the report URL in the Report Manager URL field and type a path for the report (such as NewReports/ThisMonthAvailability).

  6. To customize the appearance of the report, edit the URL to show or hide parameters and toolbars. To do this, use the following text string:

     

    URL text Purpose

    &rc:Parameters=Collapsed

    Collapses the parameter bar in the display, but includes the parameters in the URL in the browser.

    For example: http://<servername>/Reportserver?%2fNewReports%fThisMonthAvailability&rs:Command=Render&rc:Parameters=Collapsed

    &rc:Parameters=true

    Shows the parameter bar in the display. This is the default.

    For example: http://<servername>/Reportserver?%2fNewReports%fThisMonthAvailability&rs:Command=Render&rc:Parameters=True

    &rc:Parameters=false

    Hides the parameters in the view, and does not pass them to the browser.

    For example: http://<servername>/Reportserver?%2fNewReports%fThisMonthAvailability&rs:Command=Render&rc:Parameters=false

    &rc:toolbar=false

    Hides the toolbar.

    For example: http://<servername>/Reportserver?%2fNewReports%fThisMonthAvailability&rs:Command=Render&rc:toolbar=false

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