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Hi Experts,

I have SQL EXpress 2008 with Report builder 3.0, can someone please tell me how i can create a simple web login for users to view reports.

Please let me know if you require additional information and Many Thanks!

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Kesh
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Well, creating the web login is the easy part but making sure that your users view the reports they are allowed to view is the hard part if you are going to be building the reports with BI.

If the user logins in to view Report A and after viewing the report, the user clicks the back button, other reports are exposed.

What exactly are you trying to accomplish with the web login?

Can you build the report using Report vieweer in Visual Studio?

This makes more sense if you are going to be using web login.

Also, what language would you prefer to use in building the web login?
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Hi sorry for the late response but i am using report builder 3 for the fancier and easy to use features.

Is it possible/easier to create reports in report builder 3 and setup the login through Visual studio?

ASP.NET I would prefer to build web logins?


Please let me know if you require additional information.

Cheers

Jedi
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