Reuben decided to take control of things on this channel9 video as we discuss about the Analytics accelerator.
<Alert> we recorded this video really early in the development cycle for this accelerator. There are far more cool capabilities and reports in the final version of this accelerator…
SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services has been upgraded with new features and capabilities, including an exciting new self-service visual design experience named Power View, increased end-user productivity with data alerts, and improved better integration with SharePoint. Peter Myers Mentor, SolidQ
In this episode, host
Kirk Evans talks with Dr. Michael Ludwich, VP of Consulting at
Decentrix, where Dr. Ludwich provides a demonstration of the
BIAnalytix solution. This quite an interesting demonstration, helping to show the value of BI in a media organization.
In Part 1 of this…
In this episode,
Kirk Evans talks with Wayne Ruting, CEO of
Decentrix, about the importance of business intelligence in a Media & Entertainment company. Decentrix has quite a client roster, including some of the largest broadcasters, cable operators, and telcos in the US. We talk about why…
In this screencast,
Marc shows you how to run a SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 report in Windows Azure using the ReportViewer control that ships with Visual Studio 2010. As an added bonus, he demonstrates using ReportViewer against an OData
service through the use of WCF Data…
Do you have another, yet another, reporting assignment? Is an output requirement PDF format, or Excel, or Word? Do you need built-in printer functions like print preview? See the answers and much more in the Tool Shed Tooltip clip.
What is it?
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services (SSRS)…
SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services introduces Power View, an interactive data exploration, visualization, and presentation experience which provides intuitive self-service reporting for business users against data exposed through the BI Semantic Model. Peter Myers Mentor, SolidQ
This demo shows how users can create a report with Report Builder 3.0 and SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting Services using the map wizard that will leverage a shared dataset and report parts. Presenter: Peter Myers, Mentor, Solid Quality Mentors.
This demo shows how to add interactivity to a SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting Services report, including adding a parameter to filter the data, drilldown and drillthrough behavior, and interactive sorting. Presenter: Peter Myers, Mentor, Solid Quality Mentors.