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Developing Business Intelligence Apps for Sharepointby David Feldman
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Create dynamic business intelligence (BI) solutions for SharePoint faster and with more capabilities than previously possible. With this book, youll learn the entire process—from high-level concepts to development and deployment—for building data-rich BI applications with Visual Studio LightSwitch, SQL Server 2012, and a host of related Microsoft technologies.
Youll learn practical techniques and patterns necessary to use all of these technologies together as you build an example application through the course of the book, step by step. Discover how to solve real problems, using BI solutions that will evolve to meet future needs.
Create dynamic business intelligence (BI) solutions for SharePoint, using Microsoft Visual Studio Lightswitch, SQL Server 2012, and other tools and technologies. This hands-on book shows you how to create data-rich BI applications with SharePoint faster and with more capabilities than previously possible. Youll learn the entire process, from high-level concepts, to low-code development and deployment, to setup and configuration.
About the Author
David Feldman is a software development manager in the defense industry. He is an industry-recognized expert in SharePoint, SSAS, Silverlight and SQL. Built a world-class technical organization of 40+ Microsoft Certified developers and infrastructure architects.
Jason Himmelstein, MCTS, MCITP, is the SharePoint Practice Director for Sentri, Inc. and has been working with Microsoft Server technologies since 1998 when he was supporting Motorola in Austin, TX.? He went to work for the University of Texas for 5 years where he developed expertise in Active Directory and Exchange. He left UT to go on the road doing work for Dell in a partnership with Microsoft doing architecture, design and implementation of Active Directory and Exchange. He started working with SharePoint in 2007 as an Enterprise Architect for Raytheon Company. Today he leads a team of dynamic SharePoint Consultants for Sentri, a four-time Microsoft Partner of the Year.
Table of Contents
Preface Chapter 1: SharePoint, Apps, and Business Intelligence Chapter 2: Choosing the Right Tools for the Job Chapter 3: Basic Concepts of Relational Database Design Chapter 4: Why You Need LightSwitch Chapter 5: Start with Data Chapter 6: Screens: The LightSwitch User Interface Chapter 7: Adding Business Logic Chapter 8: Application Security, Access Control, and Personalizing Your Application Chapter 9: Running and Debugging Our Application Chapter 10: LightSwitch with SharePoint Data Chapter 11: Deploying Your LightSwitch Application Chapter 12: Introduction to Business Intelligence Chapter 13: Business Intelligence Semantic Model (BISM) Chapter 14: Populating Sample Data into Our Database Chapter 15: Building the Help Desk Tabular Cube Chapter 16: Enriching the Cube: Relationships and DAX Chapter 17: Deploying to SharePoint Chapter 18: SQL Server Analysis Services (SSAS) Chapter 19: PivotTable Basics Chapter 20: Slicers Chapter 21: Formatting Chapter 22: PivotTable Named Sets Chapter 23: Sparklines and Data Bars Chapter 24: Configuring a Gallery for Reporting Services, Power View, and Excel Services Chapter 25: Reporting Services Basics Chapter 26: Advanced Reporting Services Charting Chapter 27: Subscriptions and Data Alerts Chapter 28: Excel Services and Power View Chapter 29: What's Next for Excel and Power View 2013 Chapter 30: Architecture to Support SharePoint BI Chapter 31: The Infrastructure Chapter 32: Your Environment Chapter 33: Active Directory Chapter 34: Visual Studio LightSwitch Chapter 35: Installing the BI Components for SharePoint Chapter 36: PowerPivot Instance Configuration Chapter 37: PowerPivot Service Application Configuration Chapter 38: Excel Services ConfigurationComment [GM1]: PROD: Global - move figures to appear after their references in text. Chapter 39: Office Client Configuration of PowerPivot and Power View Chapter 40: SQL Server Reporting Services Configuration Colophon
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