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Is it possible to insert,update and delete statement through SSRS report?
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by:liija
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Yes it is. It of course requires enough rights for the report user credentials.
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by:VIVEKANANDHAN_PERIASAMY
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Is there any sample rdl for this kind of report?

 enough rights for the report user credentials. << I didn't get this
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by:liija
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Normally report user only has rights to read data.
Now, if the report has to write to db, more rights are required. Its not ok in every environment.

Report has SQL as data source, so in principle, whatever you are able to do with SQL, is possible to do with report.

Some things that I have done:
- write to own log table, more detailed log that SSRS can give e.g. used parameters
- save the user parameter defaults to db to be reused next time (SSRS doesn't have this capability)
- control the report printing - some data is allowed to be printed only once
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Thanks,Is there any sample report like this?
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by:liija
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Well, follow these instructions, create your first SSRS report:
http://www.soheib.com/technical-knowledge/create-your-first-ssrs-2008-report/

And replace the SQL in step 16 with this one:

SELECT
   Title,
   FirstName,
   LastName,
   EmailAddress,
   Phone
FROM Contacts
WHERE Title IS NOT NULL
UPDATE Contacts SET FirstName = LastName
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