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SSRS Reporting Services | Stored procedures in SSRS exercise | Creating a report based on a simple stored procedure
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- Go into SQL Server Management Studio;
- Open the SQL file you've just unzipped (you can press CTRL + O to do this); then
- Execute this script.
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Create a stored procedure called spLuvvies to list out the actors in the database in date of birth order, with the youngest actor appearing first:
The first few actors your stored procedure should return.
Now create a report called Luvvies based on this stored procedure to show these actors:
Your report should just list out the results from the stored procedure.
If that was your first time using stored procedures in anger, take a few moments to reflect on how easy it all was!