WISE OWL EXERCISES
SSRS REPORTING SERVICES EXERCISES
- Designing a Simple Report (3)
- Data sources and datasets (1)
- Tables (5)
- Grouping tables (6)
- Expressions (8)
- Pages and printing (2)
- Parameters (15)
- Indicators (3)
- Gauges (4)
- Matrices (5)
- Charts (6)
- Data bars and sparklines (2)
- Lists (4)
- Subreports (2)
- Revision of expressions (3)
- Variables (3)
- Embedding code (3)
- Basic Custom Assemblies (2)
- Examples of custom assemblies (1)
- Customising reports (2)
- Using SQL views (3)
- Stored procedures in SSRS (2)
- Stored procedure parameters (2)
- Dropdowns with procedures (3)
- Multivalue parameter procedures (1)
- Improving report navigation (2)
- Linking reports (drilldown) (4)
- Dynamic reports (2)
SSRS Reporting Services | Matrices exercise | Matrix of Oscars with subtotals - 2008 R2
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Create a report, and within this a dataset showing the certificate, film id and number of Oscars for each film (you'll need to include the tblFilm and tblCertificate tables).
Now create a matrix, with subtotals, to show the number of films for each certificate and for each number of Oscars won (see the notes below):
All cells containing 0 have been conditionally formatted
There are a few tricky things involved for this!
- You need to add subtotals, then format them to a different colour
- You should sort both the row and the column headers
- Set a background colour for the matrix to be PaleGoldenRod if and only if the count of films for the cell is zero
Save this report as Pretty pattern, then close it down.