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Working with XY Scatter Charts in Reporting Services 2008
Recently, I’ve been fielding a few questions regarding XY Scatter Charts in Reporting Services 2008 (see MSDN Forum Question ). We have definitely noticed that working with XY Scatter charts is a bit difficult, and we do appreciate the feedback and will work to improve them in a future release...
3 Jun 2009
Enabling Drilldown on (SSRS) Reporting Services 2008 Charts
In this post I'm going to spend some time covering a subject that comes up quite a bit on our forums , which is how to enable drill-down on a chart in Reporting Services. In this example, I'm using the Analysis Services 2008 AdventureWorks cube. First, create a connection to the Analysis Services...
8 Feb 2009
SSRS and Microsoft Chart Control How To: Change the Width of Bars and Columns
Every once and I while I get asked this question, and it fits nicely with a series I've been planning to blog on what you can do with custom attributes in charts in SQL Server Reporting Services 2008. The question is, "How do I change the width of the bars and columns on the charts?"...
30 Oct 2008
Silverlight Charts Are Now Available with the Silverlight Toolkit!
Today, at PDC, the release of the Silverlight toolkit was made available. Included in this release, is a preview version of a charting control that was produced as a collaborative effort between the Silverlight controls and SQL Server Reporting Services team. This initial release includes...
28 Oct 2008
Microsoft Chart Controls for .NET Framework 3.5 Released!
This is just a quick post to help spread the word that the Microsoft Chart Controls for .NET Framework 3.5 are now publicly available. A big congrats to the team! Here are some useful links Downloads 1. Microsoft Chart Controls for Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 – This installs the ASP.NET...
24 Oct 2008
How To: Build Sparkline Reports in SQL Server Reporting Services
This is my first post in what I hope is a long series of how to's related to data visualization. For my first post I'm going to demonstrate how you can add sparklines to your SSRS reports. Below is a screenshot of what a sparkline may look like in SSRS. Sparklines are effectively miniature versions...
10 Oct 2008
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