Working with a Recursive Hierarchy Group in SQL Reporting Services 2008

This article explains how to create a recursive hierarchy group, which organize data in a report to include multiple hierarchical levels. This is helpful when you want to display hierarchical data in a report. For example: employees in an organizational chart, or product subcategory in a product list. [More]

Creating a Shared Data Source in Reporting Services

This article will provide an example of how to create a Shared Data Source and publish it to your Report Server. You may use the data source while developing reports in Report Designer and Report Builder 3.0 tools. For this example, we will be using SQL Server Business Intelligence Development Studio 2008. [More]