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Hi Experts,

       I want to implement  Row Level Security  in my  SSRS reports..  Please walk me through the best practices and approaches of  how to achieve them.

Regards,

Sreekanth.
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by:joevi
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I'm afraid your only option is to roll-your-own using userid and filters in the report itself or via stored procedure variables.
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What are you wanting to do?
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Hi ,

Can you give me an example or an approach , the best practices of how to achieve them.

Regards,

Sreekanth.
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What are you wanting from your row level security?

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Take a look at this tutorial from Microsoft.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms365305.aspx

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GDG_DBA: If your comment didn't help Sreekanth, the Report Model+Report Manager solution for row level security was a 'hmmmm' for me. ;-) Good work

n_srikanth4: Give the man some points.

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GDG_DBA provided a good starting point for 'best practices and approaches' in delivering SSRS row level security. Short of writing the report, I'm not sure what else n_srikanth4 expects.

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