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Here's a list of articles related to SQL Server 2005 here on Wrox.com. I'll try to keep it up to date here. (There's also a complete up-to-date list of Wrox.com articles on all topics.)

Report Items and Data Regions Excerpt from Professional SQL Server Reporting Services
Applying the Integration Services Engine Excerpt from Professional SQL Server 2005 Integration Services
SQL Server 2005 Programmability Enhancements By Scott Klein
SQL Server Reporting Services: Chart Reports Excerpt from Professional SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services
Report Solution Patterns and Recipes: Greenbar Reports by Paul Turley, Hitachi Consulting
Report Solution Patterns and Recipes: Creating Sparklines by Paul Turley, Hitachi Consulting
Generating Custom XML from SQL 2005 by Scott Hanselman


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The Report Items and Data Regions Excerpt is great. I never realized "You can resize the image in the Report Designer, but this will not result in a smaller file size."

I think this could really help me out! It will be a hassle to crop and resize things outside of the designer, but I didn't realize that didn't effect the file size. It makes sense.

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Jim:

Long time no see.

I'm reading Wrox book Professional SQL Server 2005 CLR Programming.

I have posted a question to the Wrox Website that pertains to that book. Question has been read but no response. I suspect that the thread for this book is not widely read.

Can you suggest a more 'active' site for me to post my question to, where someone can help me with a suggestion, even though that person may not have the book?

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Thank you Jeff. Will check it out.
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Victor Victor: Great to see you here again. Sorry to hear that you're not getting any response from the authors on the SQL Server 2005 CLR book, that does happen from time to time. Jeff's recommendation would have been mine too, hope it helps!

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Thanks Jim, for the reaffirmation on Jeff's help. VV

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