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  • 1. SQL SERVER: Reporting Models
  • 2. What Are Report Models?
    Abstractions of report data sources, making it easy to use.
    Underlying metadata for Report Builder
    Ease to use by information workers(need not be developers)
    Data
    source
    Report
    Business user
    Report model
  • 3. Report Model Objects and Concepts
    Entities
    Attributes
    Folders and perspectives
    Roles and Relations
    Clickthrough reports
  • 4. Create a Report Model project using template
    Create a data source or connect to data source
    Create a data source view
    Define the Report Model
    Publish the Report Model once ready
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    Using Model Designer
    Steps for creating a Report Model with Model Designer:
  • 5. What Is Report Builder?
    Uses report models to facilitate the creation of ad hoc reports
    A familiar Microsoft Office like environment for easily creating reports
    Allows automatic generation of click through reports for exploring report data
    Can be launched from SharePoint
    Can be launched from third party applications for integrated reporting
  • 6. Building a Report in Report Builder
    Steps for using Report Builder:
    Install/Start from Report Manager
    Select data source
    Select report type: table, matrix, or a chart
    Create report layout
    Apply groupings or filters if required
    Test report locally as a smoke test
    Publish/save report
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  • 7. Grouping and Sorting Data
    Groups are added automatically based on the data relationships
    Groups are based on values or entities
    Sorting can be by fields within a group or for any field for which subtotals are displayed
    Grouping can be used to control page breaks
  • 8. Filtering Data
    Select an entity or field to filter on
    Select a comparison operator
    Specify filter criteria
    Create filter groups (optional)
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  • 9. Viewing and Publishing a Report
    Use the Run toolbar to run & check the report
    Run mode allows filters, sorting & grouping
    Publish the report or save it to a file
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    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.
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