HOWTO: Configure .Net 2.0 Website, SQLServer 2005, Reporting Servi

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  1. Should these 3 items, .Net 2.0 Website, SQLServer 2005, Reporting Services
    2005. all reside on the same computer?

    I know that the website issues a configuration error saying it can't find
    certain assemblies listed in the <assemblies> section of the web.config file
    (Microsoft.Reportviewer.Common, Microsoft.Reportviewer.ProcessingObjectModel,
    Microsoft.Reportviewer.WebForms, ADODB) pertaining to the Reporting
    Services. Also, Reporting Services uses a SQL Server database to store its
    data. Therefore, web pages are dependent on reporting services assemblies,
    and reporting services are dependent on a sql database.
     
    =?Utf-8?B?aVRoaW5rRGF0YQ==?=, Jun 20, 2006
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  2. personall I'd have the SQL Server behind a firewall and the webserver in a
    DMZ, but that is me... and this is an expensive solution because you have to
    set it up like this


    SQL -- |FIREWALL|--[DMZ {WEBSERVER}]--|Internet|


    "iThinkData" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Should these 3 items, .Net 2.0 Website, SQLServer 2005, Reporting Services
    > 2005. all reside on the same computer?
    >
    > I know that the website issues a configuration error saying it can't find
    > certain assemblies listed in the <assemblies> section of the web.config
    > file
    > (Microsoft.Reportviewer.Common,
    > Microsoft.Reportviewer.ProcessingObjectModel,
    > Microsoft.Reportviewer.WebForms, ADODB) pertaining to the Reporting
    > Services. Also, Reporting Services uses a SQL Server database to store its
    > data. Therefore, web pages are dependent on reporting services assemblies,
    > and reporting services are dependent on a sql database.
     
    Smokey Grindle, Jun 20, 2006
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