Hi everyone! We recently hosted a free webinar on whether you should use Power BI, SSRS 2016 or both. It was a great session with nearly 1,000 attendees! Because of the large number of attendees, there were many questions that we did not get to during the session. Below are all the questions that were asked during the session:
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This week, we released a new course called Mobile Reports and Dashboards with SSRS 2016! This course is roughly 7-hours in length and is focused on showing off the dashboarding and mobile reporting capabilities of Reporting Services 2016.
Hi all! Yes, it's been a while since I've blogged, but I have a great new subject to talk about. Last week, I struggled through a cold to deliver a webinar on SSRS 2016, and the new existing features coming with this new release. As a follow up to the webinar, I wanted to blog and answer many of the questions that I didn't have a chance to answer during the webinar.
Getting Started With SSRS 2012
What is SSRS? It almost sounds like a song from the Beatles but it’s not. If you are new to reporting, SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) can look complicated. You will find in this video that it’s actually one of the easiest pieces of the BI stack to learn. SSRS 2012 has made some substantial improvements which are covered in this webinar.
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By: Devin Knight
Writing MDX inside of Reporting Services has been the nemesis for many report writers for far too long. If all you need is the Query Designer to create a drag and drop datasets then it’s a piece of cake, but have you ever wondered what’s going on with all the MDX that the Query Designer creates. Or how about how do the parameters work that it creates inside MDX. I’ve heard many report writers that use Analysis Services as a data source (including myself) say it is too difficult to create parameters and that’s why they use the Query Designer.
Presenter: David Siska