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Creating Reports with SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services [Video]

Dr. Dallas Snider

Creating Reports with SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services [Video]
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Video Details

ISBN 139781782177180
Course Length1 hour and 41 minutes

About This Video

  • Create reports with tables, matrices, pie charts, gauges, and other attention-grabbing visualizations
  • Add flexibility to your reports by implementing various parameters
  • Step-by-step instructions and practical examples for shorter report development times and to help you format reports to createa professional appearance

Who This Video Is For

Creating Reports with SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services is designed for those who have a working knowledge of SQL and who need to deliver business intelligence via impressive, interactive reports. You will need a version of SQL Server 2012 that includes the SQL Server Data Tools. This thorough course requires basic experience with SQL Server and reporting.

Table of Contents

The Report Wizard
Data Sources
Report Queries
Tabular Report Types and Their Configuration
Matrix Report Types and Their Configuration
Deployment Location and Completing the Wizard
Creating a Tabular Report
Formatting Column Headers
Interactive Sorting
Adding Calculated Fields and Using Expressions
Formatting Cells
Viewing the Report on the Report Server
Formatting the Report for Printing
Formatting of Report Headers and Footers
Adding the Header and Footer
Using the Built-in Fields
Adding Query-Defined Fields
Adding Images to the Header
The Importance of Displaying Report Metadata on the Report
Creating a Drilldown Report
Queries Specialized for Drilldown Report
Creating the Drilldown Report
Grouping in SSRS
Toggling the Display
Adding Summary Rows
Using Parameters in a Report
Parameter Types
Available and Default Values
Filtering by the Parameter Value
Displaying Parameter Values within the Report
Creating a Drillthrough Report
Creating a Child Report
Adding a Parameter to a Query
Configuring the Drillthrough Reporting Action
Deploying the Drillthrough Reports to the Report Server
Creating Pie and Bar Charts
Queries Optimized for Pie Charts and Bar Charts
Creating the Pie Chart Report
Creating the Bar Chart Report
Formatting the Legends and Labels
Placing two Subreports onto One Report
Utilizing Gauges, Sparklines, and Indicators
Queries Optimized for Gauges, Sparklines, and Indicators
Creating a Report Containing a Gauge
Creating a Report Containing a Sparkline
Creating a Report Containing an Indicator
Creating a Dashboard

What You Will Learn

  • Utilize the Report Wizard to quickly get a report started
  • Format data in tables and matrices
  • Add interactive sorting and high-impact visualizations such as pie charts, gauges, and bar graphs
  • Build expressions and implement built-in variables
  • Create drill-down and drill-through reports
  • Maximize report flexibility through the use of parameters
  • Combine report objects to create a dashboard

In Detail

A key component of delivering business intelligence, SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services allows for the effective communication of critical information. SSRS enables users to quickly and easily generate reports from Microsoft SQL Server databases. This provides you with an extensive range of tools to create, manage, and customize reports for your organization.

Creating Reports with SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services will show you how to develop practical reports that utilize tables and matrices, along with bold objects such as pie charts and gauges that quickly gain the attention of the viewer and deliver your message. With this course, you can acquire the essential skills you need to make an impression on your customers, your audience, or your boss.

Starting with the queries needed to populate areport, you will learn how to build, layout, and format informative multifunctional reports.You will be able to deliver your organization’s message clearly through high-impact visual objects. The viewers of your reports will be able to interact with the information by filtering, sorting, drilling down, or drilling through to find what is important to them.

Creating Reports with SQL Server 2012 Reporting Services will give you all the knowledge you need to create reports that will impress your stakeholders.



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