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MS Sql Server: Reporting basics

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MS Sql Server: Reporting basics

MS Sql Server: Reporting basics

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

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