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    Unanswered: From Reporting Services 2005 to Database

    I have several reports built in SQL Server Reporting Services 2005 and want to be able to allow users to add data to the report and then have that new data added to the database. Is that possible?

    Thanks for your help!!

    Torchwood
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    Let's see... The user prints out their report, snail mail's the printout to upper southeast northwest Timbukthree.,, A guy picks up the report, scribbles new lines in the margin. You want new data added where how???

    You need to be a lot more specific about what you're planning in order for me to get past "I don't think so" as a response.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Torchwood View Post
    I have several reports built in SQL Server Reporting Services 2005 and want to be able to allow users to add data to the report and then have that new data added to the database. Is that possible?

    Thanks for your help!!

    Torchwood

    No, Not from reporting services you can't

    You need a client interface or browser app to add the data
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    See, that's what I kept telling them but no one belived me. Thank you for confirming that I was right!
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