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    Report Service
    Report Service Life Cycle
    Configure a Report Service
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    Provide a Client Part to the Client-Server Reporting Application
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WCF Report Service

The topics in this section describe the principles of creating service-oriented reporting applications using the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) architecture:

Tip

Consider choosing the DevExpress Report Server - a stand-alone multi-user client-server solution providing advanced mechanisms for management, scheduling, and distribution of reports and dashboards out of the box.

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