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Queries and data access are still performed on the server. The other option is to embed these reports directly into the client-side application. The Windows Forms ReportViewer controls can act as a lightweight report-rendering engine. This means that reports built into a custom application can run independently from the report server. ENTERPRISE REPORTING Delivering reports to the masses requires a capable reporting environment. Rather than bringing data from source databases to the desktop for processing, Reporting Services processes queries and then renders reports on the report server.

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