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Justin Gardner .NET, T-SQL and Reporting Services Developer February 2009 Entries
SQL Server Reporting Services - URL Rendering
Introduction It's possible to pass rendering parameters to the reporting services web service via the URL. This provides a flexible way of generating formatted reports (Excel, PDF, etc) without having these export options enabled server wide. This can be a benefit especially when using 2005 reporting services as large reports can easily peg your servers CPU to 100% and eventually crash when exporting large reports to Excel (and possibly other formats). The reporting system I've led development on ......

Posted On Thursday, February 26, 2009 3:19 PM

Finder vs. Explorer Customization

Tips and tricks for customizing the Windows Explorer and OS X toolbars. This article is a reproduction.

Posted On Wednesday, February 11, 2009 1:39 PM

Windows Update Restart Nag
Posting something light weight this round. OK, I hate nag screens as much as the next geek. So, when faced with one I attempted to disable it. With Windows Update, once an update is downloaded and installed, you get a lovely nag screen asking you if you would like to reboot now or later. If you click later it will sleep for a period of time defined in your group policy settings. After that time has expired you will receive another nag screen. In the off chance that you're typing when the nag pops, ......

Posted On Monday, February 2, 2009 8:17 PM

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