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REPORTING SERVICES - INTRODUCTION VIDEOS▼
- SSRS Part 1 - Getting started with a new report project
- SSRS Part 2 - Data Sources and Datasets
- SSRS Part 3 - Working with tables
- SSRS Part 4 - Keeping column headings visible on each page
- SSRS Part 5 - Controlling the number of rows on a page
- SSRS Part 6 - Grouping in tables
- SSRS Part 7 - Creating calculated fields
- SSRS Part 8 - Conditional formatting
- SSRS Part 9 - Indicators
- SSRS Part 10 - Gauges
- SSRS Part 11 - Basic parameters
- SSRS Part 12 - Drop down list parameters
- SSRS Part 13 - Null values in parameters
- SSRS Part 14 - Cascading parameters
- SSRS Part 15 - Matrices
- SSRS Part 16 - Lists
- SSRS Part 17 - Linked reports
- SSRS Part 18 - Charts
- SSRS Part 19 - Subreports
- SSRS Part 20 - Basic Maps
Reporting Services - Introduction videos | SSRS Part 1 - Getting started with a new report project
Posted by Andrew Gould on 24 July 2012
Learn how to get started with Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services. This video teaches you how to create your first Reporting Services project using either Business Intelligence Development Studio with SQL 2008 R2, or SQL Server Data Tools with SQL Server 2012. You'll see how to work in the Visual Studio environment, how to create simple reports and how to insert and work with basic report items such as text boxes.
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