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  • Blog Post: Power View and Reporting Services 2012 Book

    Several projects kept me very busy over the past year. I will talk more about a few of these in subsequent postings now that some are publicly disclosed in the meantime. In this posting, I am very happy to announce the availability of “ Professional Reporting Services 2012 ”. After the successful Report...
  • Blog Post: Turn-Based Gaming Against AI in RS Reports (aka BI Power Hour 2009)

    At the traditional annual “BI Power Hour” sessions several teams contributing to the Microsoft Business Intelligence platform show off their technology in a fun way.  It is about demonstrating, in perhaps unusual ways, of how business intelligence and various tools of the BI stack can be useful...
  • Blog Post: Reporting Services 2008 Resources

    Get an overview and the latest information on Reporting Services 2008 at the MSDN aggregation page for Reporting Services ! Research and ask questions on the updated MSDN forums for Reporting Services . Important downloads for Reporting Services: SP2: Report Builder 2.0 ( SP2 Download ) for...
  • Blog Post: Reporting Services 2008 R2 Resources

    SQL Server 2008 R2 was released to manufacturing on April 21, 2010. You can read more about it here . RTM downloads already available: Report Builder 3.0 RTM SQL Server 2008 R2 RTM - Developer Trial Edition SQL Server 2008 R2 RTM - Express Edition with Advanced Services SQL Server 2008...
  • Blog Post: Report Design: Naming Excel Worksheets

    One of the frequent feature requests for Reporting Services was to add the ability to define data-dependent names for worksheets when exporting to Excel. Reporting Services 2008 R2 adds this capability through a more general feature to name pages. In Excel export , report page names determine the...
  • Blog Post: Report Design: Reset Page Number on Group

    One of the frequent feature requests for Reporting Services was to add the ability to reset page numbers within the report, e.g. based on a change in the group value. Reporting Services 2008 R2 adds this capability through a more general feature to name pages, and define dynamic page breaks and optionally...
  • Blog Post: Reporting Services in SharePoint 2010, Access Services

    Besides releasing Reporting Services in SQL Server 2008 R2 , we were busy working on a number of improvements for the Reporting Services SharePoint Add-in as well. SharePoint 2010 Reporting Services Add-in The SharePoint 2010 pre-requisite installer now automatically guides you to download and install...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2010 Report Viewer Available

    In case you missed it in the recent wave of SQL Server, Visual Studio, and Office release announcements, Visual Studio 2010 was released in mid April and includes significantly enhanced ReportViewer controls. In server mode, the ReportViewer control can connect to and leverage the features of SQL Server...
  • Blog Post: SQL Server 2008 R2 RTM

      SQL Server 2008 R2   was just released to manufacturing (RTM) today. You can read more details about the overall SQL Server 2008 R2 release here .   SQL Server 2008 R2 is a big release, with new “editions” (MSDN contains the detailed feature by edition matrix ), and includes also...
  • Blog Post: Reporting Services 2005 Resources

    MSDN information aggregator site for Reporting Services 2005. Important downloads for Reporting Services 2005: SP4: SQL Server 2005 SP4 Cumulative Update #3 (build 9.00.5266) SQL Server 2005 SP4 Cumulative Update #2 (build 9.00.5259) SQL Server 2005 SP4 Cumulative Update #1 (build 9...
  • Blog Post: Reporting Services Recipes Book Downloads

    The Reporting Services Recipes book contains detailed step-by-step instructions and explanations for each report design recipe. We also know that readers want to learn at their own pace, and sometimes don’t have the time to go step-by-step, but instead want to play with the final report first and then...
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