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Copying PowerPivot tables between Excel workbooks to consolidate Power View Reports
I use multiple Excel PowerPivot models created in different workbooks by multiple people, sometimes I need to mash up them or simply create a single workbook with all the models so I can share it easily in my Office 365 site I tried opening the PowerPivot add in and realized that there is not option...
2 Nov 2013
Planning Disaster Recovery for Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services in SharePoint integrated mode
Recently I have been working in disaster recovery for Reporting Services in SharePoint mode and we were working in a document with the details, today the document has been published and you can read get it from here Planning Disaster Recovery for Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services in SharePoint...
26 Nov 2012
How to refresh a Tabular Model
Power View works with tabular models, the most easy way to work with them is to use the PowerPivot gallery in SharePoint and publish a Excel File with a PowerPivot model to create a Power View report on top of it, from there you can easily setup the data refresh using the SharePoint UI, there...
24 Oct 2012
SQL Server Reporting Services 2012 SharePoint integrated mode Endpoints architecture (or how our services talk each other)
Recently I got interested in understanding how our Service works, so I started from at the entry point to Reporting Services. As a final user you usually interact with Reporting Services through Web Pages that are hosted in SharePoint 2010, you use this pages to render reports or to accomplish management...
13 Jun 2012
Configuring a Readable Secondary Routing in SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn
In my previous job in support I had a lot of questions from customers about High Availability and load balancing in SQL Server Databases, so when I saw the announcement of SQL Server 2012 AlwaysOn , it caught my attention and I decided to learn about it and how to use the Readable Secondary. My...
12 Dec 2011
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