Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services Recipes: for Designing Expert Reports

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 18, 2010 - Computers - 648 pages
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Learn to design more effective and sophisticated business reports

While most users of SQL Server Reporting Services are now comfortable designing and building simple reports, business today demands increasingly complex reporting. In this book, top Reporting Services design experts have contributed step-by-step recipes for creating various types of reports.

Written by well-known SQL Server Reporting Services experts, this book gives you the tools to meet your clients' needs

 

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Contents

for Designing Expert Reports Chapter 1 Business Reporting Paradigms
1
for Designing Expert Reports Chapter 2 Basic Report Design Concepts
29
for Designing Expert Reports Chapter 3 Report Design Essentials
45
for Designing Expert Reports PART I Columnar and Grouped Reports
83
for Designing Expert Reports PART II BI Dashboards and Elements
129
for Designing Expert Reports PART III Chart and Gauge Reports
233
for Designing Expert Reports PART IV Interactive Reporting
297
for Designing Expert Reports PART V Integrated Reporting Applications
339
for Designing Expert Reports PART VI Enhanced Report Content
373
for Designing Expert Reports PART VII Filtering and Parameterization
479
for Designing Expert Reports PART VIII Custom and Dynamic Data Sources
551
for Designing Expert Reports PART IX Games
583
for Designing Expert Reports INDEX
601
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Paul Turley is a business intelligence solution architect and manager for Hitachi Consulting. He is a Microsoft MVP and Certified Trainer. He designs solutions and teaches classes on SQL Server technologies to companies around the world. Paul is the author of several books, including Professional SQL Server Reporting Services (2000/2005/2008).

Robert M. Bruckner is a technical lead with the Microsoft SQL Server product team. His core area of responsibility is the development of the report processing engine of Reporting Services. Robert frequently shares Reporting Services tips on his popular blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/robertbruckner.

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