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Programming Features for Reporting Services Editions

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Programming Features for Reporting Services Editions


SQL Server 2008 R2

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This topic discusses the programmability features that are available in different editions of Reporting Services.

Feature Restrictions by Edition


Web Service API Method Availability

Feature Restrictions by Edition


The table below lists programmability feature area support by edition.

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Feature/Edition

Express with
Advanced
Services

Workgroup

Web

Standard

Standard
for Small
Business

Enterprise

Datacenter

Developer

Evaluation

SQL Server Data


Sources

Express1

Workgroup1

Web1

All

All

All

All

All

All

Remote and
Non-SQL Server
Data Sources

Rendering
Formats

HTML40,
Image, RGDI,
Excel, PDF,
RPL, Word,
ROM

HTML40,
Image, RGDI,
Excel, PDF, RPL,
Word, ROM

HTML40,
Image,
RGDI, Excel,
PDF, RPL,
Word, ROM

All

All

All

All

All

All

Report Manager

History,
Snapshots, and
Caching

Delivery

Scheduling

Extensibility

Subscriptions

Data-driven
Subscriptions

Custom
Authentication

SharePoint
Integration

Scale-out Report
Servers

Role Based
Security

Built-in Roles

Built-in Roles

Built-in
Roles

Built-in
and
Custom
Roles

Built-in
and
Custom
Roles

Built-in and
Custom
Roles

Built-in and
Custom
Roles

Built-in and
Custom
Roles

Built-in and
Custom
Roles

Reports as Data
Feeds

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Programming Features for Reporting Services Editions

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Report Part
Gallary

Shared Datasets

Report Designer

Report Models

Model Level
Security

Infinite
Clickthrough

Notes:
1 Local SQL Server instance only.

Web Service API Method Availability


Check the supported features before you use the Web service endpoints available in SQL Server Reporting Services. Whether Web service endpoints or a specific
endpoint method call is available for an edition depends on whether the related feature is available in that edition. For example, since data-driven subscriptions are
not supported in the Workgroup edition, calling the CreateDataDrivenSubscription endpoint method is also not supported.
Reporting Services will return an RSNotSupported error if a call is made to a Web service endpoint method that uses a feature that is not supported in the
currently installed edition of Reporting Services. The text of this error message is:
This feature is unavailable in this edition of Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services.
Reporting Services will return an RSEvaluationPeriodExpired error message if a call is made to a Web service endpoint method in an expired evaluation edition of
Reporting Services. The text of this error message is:
The evaluation period for this instance of Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services has expired. A license is now required.

See Also
Concepts
Reporting Services Features
Developer's Guide (Reporting Services)

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