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Recently Packt Publishing released the book SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services Blueprints authored by Marlon Ribunal (blog|twitter) and Mickey Stuewe (blog|twitter). My former colleague Valentino was the technical reviewer for this piece – he wrote…
It’s the second Tuesday of the month, and you know what time it is! That’s right, another installment of T-SQL Tuesday which is hosted this month by Rick Krueger (blog | twitter). The topic is about that one time we did a hack to get something s…
The site connect.microsoft.com is a wonderful concept: you can provide feedback about the Microsoft products, report bugs and give suggestions directly to the teams responsible for those products. People can vote on items to indicate them as more import…
The slides of my data visualization session are now available for download.
In exactly one week I’ll be giving a session with my colleague Valentino Vranken (blog | twitter) at the Belgian Community Day. We’ll be talking about Data Visualization. I’ll be talking about the tips: how do you need to visualize your data without the…
In the final part of this series, we will create a BI subsite in our site collection. You can use this site as the starting point for your SharePoint BI demos. Browse to the PowerPivot site we created earlier in part 7 and go to Site Contents. Click on…
Finally we are getting to the really sweet stuff: Power View. But first we have to install Reporting Services in SharePoint integrated mode. The steps we are going to follow are described in the following MSDN document: Install Reporting Services ShareP…
If you are into Business Intelligence, you are in luck, this week Microsoft has released a SQL Server 2012 Business Intelligence whitepaper as well as SQL Server Data Tools – Business Intelligence for Visual Studio 2012 (SSDT BI) templates. The white…
Does it every bother you when you use the Arrow Keys to move an object in your SSRS report that it jumps much further over than you really wanted?
When creating a SSRS report, you want to add lines that display trends. You want to show trends for more than one data point. And you want to conditionally format the data point. In this example, I use Sparklines and a simple expression to create a sparkling report!
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