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MS Sql Server: Reporting manipulating data
MS Sql Server: Reporting manipulating data
MS Sql Server: Reporting manipulating data
MS Sql Server: Reporting manipulating data
MS Sql Server: Reporting manipulating data
MS Sql Server: Reporting manipulating data
MS Sql Server: Reporting manipulating data
MS Sql Server: Reporting manipulating data
MS Sql Server: Reporting manipulating data
MS Sql Server: Reporting manipulating data
MS Sql Server: Reporting manipulating data
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MS Sql Server: Reporting manipulating data

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  • 1. SQL SERVER: Manipulating Data<br />
  • 2. Data Regions<br />
  • 3. Tables<br />Just like in Excel<br />Multiple grouping levels<br />Variable data <br />Fixed columns<br />Formatting columns<br />Padding<br />Merge cells<br />
  • 4. Lists<br />A free-form container for complex repeating areas<br />
  • 5. Charts<br />
  • 6. Sub-Reports<br />A report inside the body of the main report<br />Features:<br /><ul><li>Stored on the report server as another report
  • 7. Can be repeated within a data region in main report
  • 8. Only the body of the subreport is included
  • 9. Data source can differ from data source in main report</li></li></ul><li>Report Parameters<br />Pass values into a query parameter<br />Filter data in the data set<br />Pass values to a linked report<br />Are used to create cascading parameter lists<br />Are used to alter the appearance of a report<br />
  • 10. Using Report Parameters<br />Define name and data type<br />Use prompts<br />Specify parameter options such as hidden or allow null<br />Specify available values<br />Set a default value<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />4<br />5<br />
  • 11. <ul><li>Query parameters and report parameters can be linked
  • 12. Renamed query parameters do not automatically update the report parameter</li></ul>Using Query Parameters<br />Parameters collection<br />SQL query parameter<br />Office<br />SELECT * FROM cashWHERE office = @Office AND user = @UserID<br />UserID<br />
  • 13. Data-boundParameters<br />Displays a list of available values based on a query<br />A special data set is typically created for this purpose<br />Allows the available parameter values to dynamically change as the database changes<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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