Beginning Excel Services
Written by Microsoft’s lead developers of Excel Services, this book shares their insights into the benefits and usage of Excel’s new server technology so that you can solve business problems. You’ll learn what Excel Services is for and how it is used, how to deploy an evaluation copy of the server and effectively administer it, and gain an understanding of how the server works. You’ll also get step-by-step guidelines for using the server in each of the scenarios for which it was designed.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
Analysis Services application server ASP.NET authentication browser button cell chapter chart column command line Compute Cluster configuration create credentials dashboard database default dialog box displayed document library drop-down menu ECS machine ECS process example Excel client Excel Services Settings Excel Web Access Excel workbook filter follow these steps functionality installed interactivity load method Microsoft SQL Server ODBC Office SharePoint Server OLAP OLE DB open the workbook OpenWorkbook performance PivotTable properties rangeName refresh report library request returned Sales Report saved scenarios Services web service session sessionId sheet sheetName shown in Figure solution specific spreadsheet SQL Server Status Class string timeout toolbar topology trusted data provider trusted DCL trusted file location trusted location TryItOut UDF assembly updated user’s users Web Part Page Windows SharePoint Services workbook author workbook calculation workbook parameters workflow xlSessionId xlStatus