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Blog do Ezequiel
Portuguese PFE SQL Server Team


  • Blog Post: Programmatically find MS Shipped Databases

    Hello, Have you ever needed to programmatically find what databases in you server are part of Microsoft products? Maybe to use that information in your own piece of code? In my case, I needed that information to exclude Sharepoint and Biztalk databases from the AdaptiveIndexDefrag cycles that are...
  • Blog Post: The Kerberos, SharePoint, Reporting Services and Internet Explorer case

    Hello everyone, Last week I had a situation that was tricky to solve and involved Kerberos! At this time you are thinking: “Oh no, here comes big trouble!”. And you are right, it was difficult to understand what was happening but the solution was simple. Let’s get started!...
  • Blog Post: Take most of Reporting Services Logs with Excel 2013

    Hi everybody. It’s been a while since I have posted in this blog about Reporting Services Logs and today we are going to put some of it in practice. The purpose of this post is to use the newest version of Excel 2013 Customer Preview that can be found here and use PowerPivot and Power View...
  • Blog Post: Three effective tips for Reporting Services management

    Have you ever felt the need to check how your reporting services instances are in terms of health? I’m going to give some tips that can start helping you on this subject, but first let’s understand how Reporting Services Logs are structured: Report Server Execution Log - The report...
  • Blog Post: How to integrate SSRS Reports with PerformancePoint Dashboards in SharePoint 2010

    Hello all, Probably a few of you have heard about PerformancePoint in Microsoft’s BI stack. PerformancePoint Services is set of tools and services that allow you to create and publish Business Intelligence Dashboards in SharePoint 2010. PerformancePoint tools are the start point to create...
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