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MS Sql Server: Reporting basics
MS Sql Server: Reporting basics
MS Sql Server: Reporting basics
MS Sql Server: Reporting basics
MS Sql Server: Reporting basics
MS Sql Server: Reporting basics
MS Sql Server: Reporting basics
MS Sql Server: Reporting basics
MS Sql Server: Reporting basics
MS Sql Server: Reporting basics
MS Sql Server: Reporting basics
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MS Sql Server: Reporting basics

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  1. SQL SERVER: Reporting Basics<br />
  2. Report Definition Language<br />Open schema<br /><ul><li>Provides common standard for report definition
  3. Facilitates validation against schema
  4. Extensible</li></ul>Output format neutral<br />
  5. Authoring a Report<br />Report Designer<br />Report development tool for developers<br />Report Builder<br />Simple web-based report builder<br />Model Designer<br />Creates the foundational data source and data sets for Report Builder to base reports upon<br />
  6. Accessing Data<br />Data Source<br />Data Sets<br />Key Performance Indicators (KPI)<br />Data Mining<br />
  7. Report Options<br />Customizable report page options is available<br />Page headers and footers<br />Page height and width<br />Interactive features<br />Page break options<br />
  8. Report Items<br />
  9. Headers and Footers<br />
  10. Aggregate Functions<br /><ul><li>Function(Expression, Scope)
  11. Expression – any valid expression, typically numeric
  12. Scope – grouping name specifying level for applying aggregate</li></li></ul><li>Common Aggregate Functions<br />
  13. Collections<br />
  14. Visit more self help tutorials<br />Pick a tutorial of your choice and browse through it at your own pace.<br />The tutorials section is free, self-guiding and will not involve any additional support.<br />Visit us at www.dataminingtools.net<br />

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