Trends and Takeaways from SQL PASS

Trends and Takeaways from SQL PASS

I recently attended SQL PASS Summit in Seattle, a conference focusing on Microsoft Data Platform users. The conference brings over 4000 people from around the world who all get excited about data to one place. This year, Microsoft unveiled a handful of new products and a slew of upgrades and new features to existing products.…

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Configuring Custom Render Formats for SQL Server Reporting Services in SharePoint-Integrated Mode

Configuring Custom Render Formats for SQL Server Reporting Services in SharePoint-Integrated Mode

SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) is a very versatile tool, allowing report users to export reports in many standard render formats, including Excel, PDF, CSV, and many others. However, there are many reasons why a user may need to export a report in a non-standard format. For example, a user may need to export data from an SSRS report in to a legacy application that requires a very...

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Manipulating SSRS Parameter Functionality

When it comes to report development it is difficult to accomplish perfection. In any development cycle, there are constant change requests and minor bugs to fix months after deployment and new visualizations and numbers that people would like to see. The good news, however, is that these changes almost always require relatively simple solutions and, if not, someone out there will almost always...

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Get the Most Out of Your Data: Three Tips for using SSRS Reports in SharePoint

If you’re not sure what SSRS stands for or aren’t sure what it is, this might refresh your memory: Hopefully that didn’t cause any flashbacks! SSRS, or SQL Server Reporting Services, is one of the major reporting technologies you’ll see in any Microsoft BI solution, and although some newer technologies have made headway, it’s still one of the most common ones out...

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