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Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Reporting Servicesby Stacia Misner
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Use your SQL Server skills to create and manage key data reports
Deliver interactive business intelligence reports using SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services, and help facilitate real-time decision making throughout the enterprise. SQL Server expert Stacia Misner shows you in detail how to design, manage, and access custom reports that capture data from multiple sources. This book is ideal for experienced SQL Server developers, whether you’re new to Reporting Services or upgrading from an earlier version.
Discover how to:
Conquer Microsoft® SQL Server® 2012 Reporting Services—from the inside out!
Youre beyond the basics, so dive right in and really put this report generation application to work! This supremely organized reference packs hundreds of timesaving solutions, troubleshooting tips, and workarounds. Its all muscle and no fluff. Discover how the experts prepare and deliver a variety of interactive and printed reports using SQL Server 2012—and challenge yourself to new levels of mastery.
About the Author
Stacia Misner, MCITP, MCTS, is a consultant and trainer specializing in Microsoft business intelligence solutions. She has more than 20 years of IT experience and has written several books on SQL Server, including Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services Step by Step. Stacia is also one of the first to earn the new SQL Server Analysis Services Maestro certification.
Table of Contents
IntroductionGetting started with Reporting ServicesChapter 1: Whats new in Microsoft SQL Server 2012 Reporting ServicesChapter 2: Introducing the Reporting Services environmentChapter 3: Understanding deployment scenariosChapter 4: Installing Reporting ServicesChapter 5: Exploring Reporting Services fundamentalsDeveloping reportsChapter 6: Planning your report designChapter 7: Working with report server projectsChapter 8: Retrieving data for a reportChapter 9: Designing the report layoutChapter 10: Working with the tablixChapter 11: Developing expressionsChapter 12: Using functionsChapter 13: Adding interactivityChapter 14: Creating dynamic reports with parametersChapter 15: Managing the page layoutChapter 16: Using Analysis Services as a data sourceAdding data visualizationsChapter 17: Creating chartsChapter 18: Working with chart elementsChapter 19: Comparing values to goals with gaugesChapter 20: Displaying performance with indicatorsChapter 21: Mapping dataChapter 22: Working with map elementsManaging the report serverChapter 23: Deploying reports to a serverChapter 24: Securing report server contentChapter 25: Performing administrative tasksViewing reportsChapter 26: Accessing reports onlineChapter 27: Working with subscriptionsChapter 28: Data alertingAd hoc reportingChapter 29: Reusing report partsChapter 30: Preparing to use Power ViewChapter 31: Using Power ViewUsing Reporting Services as a development platformChapter 32: Understanding Report Definition LanguageChapter 33: Programming report design componentsChapter 34: Programming report server managementChapter 35: Programming report accessAbout the authors
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