Aspose.Pdf for Reporting Services supports generating PDF reports in SQL Server 2000 & 2005 Reporting Services. All RDL report features and some other features like PDF bookmarks, XMP metadata and rendering watermark for pages are also supported.
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Aspose.Workflow for .NET 220.127.116.11 Aspose.Workflow is a .NET component which helps managing workflow applications in GUI mode. It supports configuring workflow applications with MySQL and PostgreSQL databases. Also allows editing XPDL packages using a web based XPDL designer.
Description: Aspose.Pdf for Reporting Services makes it possible generating PDF reports in Microsoft SQL Server 2000 & 2005 Reporting Services. Some advanced features like adding PDF bookmarks, using HTML tags, XMP metadata, custom embedded font and rendering watermark for pages are now supported. Also convert all RDL report features including sections, images, charts, tables, matrices, headers and footers to PDF. It also enables you creating Pdf documents on the server without using Adobe PDF Library SDK.
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