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Persisting Report Assemblies in a Database

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Paul Patterson asked on 20 Aug 2010, 07:31 PM
Hello all,

Rather than re-invent the wheel, has anyone here ever tried persisting their report assemblies within a database? 

The scenario is this; a hosted application environment where customers share the same database. Data is contextual based on the logged in customer. Nothing new here. However, every customer has different reporting requirements. I need an effective way of delivering only those reports that the are specific to the customer. 

I don't want to build a giant assembly to contain every report for every customer. Instead, I would like to create customer specific report assemblies and then use them based on the customer logged in.

I know this can be accomplished using SQL Server Reporting Services - persisting RDL files to a database. Can something similar be accomplished using the Telerik Reporting? 

No, creating a WCF RIA or web service, or similar, is not an option.

Any thoughts?

Cheers, 

Paul

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