Free practice exercises for SSRS 2016 (page 1 of 3)

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Designing a Simple Report
Level: Relatively easy
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Create a basic SSRS report containing a table of actors sorted by name, and a simple image.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Tables
Level: Relatively easy
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Create an SSRS report showing a table of actors with interactive sorting.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Tables
Level: Average difficulty
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Create a formatted SSRS table to show a list of successful films with interactive sorting and a total row.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Tables
Level: Average difficulty
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Create two tables in an SSRS report and apply filters to each using the Tablix Properties dialog box.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Grouping tables
Level: Relatively easy
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Apply grouping to an SSRS table to organise films by genre.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Grouping tables
Level: Relatively easy
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Create a grouped table in an SSRS report with collapsible sections.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Grouping tables
Level: Average difficulty
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Apply multiple grouping levels to a table in an SSRS report.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Grouping tables
Level: Harder than average
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Create a report with multiple grouping levels and collapsible groups.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Expressions
Level: Average difficulty
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Create a calculated field to test if a field contains no value. Use the result of the expression to filter two tables.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Expressions
Level: Average difficulty
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Apply conditional formatting to an SSRS report using expressions.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Expressions
Level: Average difficulty
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Use expressions to create conditional formatting in an SSRS table.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Expressions
Level: Average difficulty
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Add calculated fields to an SSRS dataset to calculate the percentage success rate of Oscars won by films.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Expressions
Level: Harder than average
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Use expressions in an SSRS report to calculate a variety of values related to the season of a film.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Expressions
Level: Harder than average
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Use the lookup function in an SSRS report to retrieve related information from a different data source.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Pages and printing
Level: Relatively easy
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Use expressions in an SSRS report to generate a page header and footer.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Pages and printing
Level: Average difficulty
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Export an SSRS report to Excel using the RenderFormat.Name property to control the visibility of report items.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Parameters
Level: Relatively easy
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Use text parameters in an SSRS report to filter a table of film roles.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Parameters
Level: Relatively easy
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Use parameters in an SSRS report to filter a table of actors by name.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Parameters
Level: Average difficulty
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Create date parameters in an SSRS report to filter a table of actors.

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Category: SSRS 2016
Topic: Parameters
Level: Harder than average
Course: Reporting Services
Exercise: Use multiple parameters in an SSRS report to filter a table of films, allowing null values and with conditional formatting.

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