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Need for MSBI in the Business Intelligence World of Anlaytics and SSRS for Beginners

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  • 10/13/11 © 2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION. Microsoft Business Intelligence
  • Point of the Slide: Previous slide focused on end-user/front-end capabilities—but the back-end, anchored by SQL Server, is the engine by which BI is ultimately successful or a failure within an organization—so we want to focus on the trust and scalability of SQL Server and its part in the MS IT infrastructure and platform. Flow of the Slide: Our BI solutions are built on an enterprise data platform, fully integrated with the tools you’re using today to manage your IT operations and infrastructure By leverage that IT infrastructure in place today with SQL Server, you provide your users with the trust in the information the demand, the integration they require, and the insight they need to drive better business decisions All done in an environment that is highly scalable and ready to meet the most demanding requirements of thousands of users throughout your enterprise Importantly, in a dynamic development environment that your IT department knows and uses today, allowing them the rapidly develop, author, and publish key BI deliverables to the end users, from reports, to OLAP cubes, to analytic models embedded in other applications that drive increased insight and better business decisions. All on the Microsoft technology platform that you use and trust today. Soundbite: Nothing that happens on the BI front end means anything without trusting the data on the back-end—where it came from, how it was processed, etc.—and the MSFT BI Platform, integrated with the Microsoft IT platform, provides the trust and insight that IT departments need from their BI solution, and end users demand. 10/13/11 © 2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION. Microsoft Business Intelligence
  • 10/13/11 © 2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION. Microsoft Business Intelligence

MSBI-SSRS PPT MSBI-SSRS PPT Presentation Transcript

  • SMMSBI-SSRS IntroductionFriday 14, 2011 Prepared By Hussain Syed hussain.syed@mresult.com
  • SM OVERVIEW OF PRESENTATION: • Introduction to MSBI. • SSRS in MSBI- Architecture. • SSRS Architecture. • SSRS 2008 Features. • Start Working with SSRS.(c) 2008 MResult Corp | Confidential 2
  • SMBUSINESS INTELLIGENCE:“Providing Right Information at the Right-Time in theRight-Format to the Decision-Makers.”
  • Microsoft Vision & StrategyDemocratizing Business Intelligence Improving organizations by providing business insights to all employees leading to better, faster, more relevant decisions
  • Supported By A Trusted BIPlatformYour data, any place, any timeEnterprise Data Platform Services Reporting Integration Entity Data Model Analysis Synch FILE RDBMS Beyond Relational Query OLAP Search XML Dynamic Development Mobile and Server Cloud Desktop Pervasive Insight
  • Changing The BI MarketDynamicsNew economics encourage widespreaddeployment For Similar Customer Budgets BI Users Departments Served Typical BI deployment
  • SM DELIVE Y R SharePoint S ver er Report s E xcel DashboardsWorkbooks Analyt ic Scorecards Plans Views END US R TOOLS & PE FOR E R MANCE MANAGEMENT APPS Excel Per f ormancePoint S ver er BI PLATFORM SQL S erver SQL S erver Report ing Services Analysis Services SQL Server DBM S SQL Server Int egrat ion Services(c) 2008 MResult Corp | Confidential 9
  • SMSQL Server Reporting Services(SSRS) is a reporting software application fromMicrosoft.SSRS actually runs within Visual Studio, in an application called BIDS (BusinessIntelligence Design Studio).SSRS Components:BIDS – Visual Studio shell (data mgt, report design, deployment)Report ServerReport BuilderReport ManagerVS integration via Report Viewer Control
  • SM Overview - SSRS Components (BIDS) Visual Studio(c) 2008 MResult Corp | Confidential 11
  • SM SQL Server Reporting Architecture(c) 2008 MResult Corp | Confidential 12
  • SMThe New features in the SQL Server 2008 release of ReportingServices were in four general areas: Report Authoring Report Processing and Rendering Server Architecture and ToolsReport Programmability
  • SM Report Authoring The Report Designer gained new data regions, a new datasource type (a new data processing extension for Teradata) and animproved design / authoring experience. SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services also introduces two new dataregions, the Tablix and Gauge. The Tablix data region combines the previously independenttable, list and matrix into a single data region, with more versatilegrouping of rows and columns to allow for better customization.
  • SM Tablix Table Matrix List(c) 2008 MResult Corp | Confidential 15
  • SMGauge• Useful for showing KPI information on a report – KPI – Key Performance Indicator• Two types – Radial – Linear
  • SMGauge• Cannot change type once it’s added – Need to delete and add the control as a different type• Can have 1-n scales displayed• Must use aggregate values – SUM – numeric data – COUNT – text data• Set the scale range maximum and minimum
  • SM Report Processing and Rendering SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services included a newrendering extension for Microsoft Word, and improvementsto the rendering extensions for Microsoft Excel and CSV. The improvements help to ensure that all renderingextensions handle soft and logical page breaks consistently. We can also improve the processing of reports on largeamounts of data by using On-Demand Report Processing:
  • SM Server Architecture and Tools Native support for HTTP.SYS and ASP.NET. URL management for site and virtual directory names. A new authentication layer. Health monitoring through newly designed memory management features.
  • SM• The Reporting Services Configuration tool.• SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS),• Report Manager (for a native mode report server).• SharePoint application pages (for SharePoint integratedmode).
  • SM Report Server Programmability SQL Server 2008 Reporting Services introduces a newserver extension called the Report DefinitionCustomization extension. This provides report definition preprocessing, allowing usto dynamically customize a report definition before its passageto the processing engine, based upon values dictated withinthe RDL
  • SMStart Working With SSRS
  • SM
  • SMFollowing are Steps to Create Shared Data SourceStep 1:Open BIDS: Click on Start –> All Programs –> SQL Server 2008 –> SQLServer Business Intelligence Development StudioStep 2 :From the menu bar, select File –> New –> ProjectStep 3 :In the Solution Explorer pane, right click on Shared Data Sources folder –>click on Add New Data Source. Which open Shared Data Source Properties dialog.Step 4 :Enter Data Source name in Name textbox (we are takingMyFirstSSRSSharedDataSource) and shown as Microsoft SQL Server.Step 5 :Click on Edit button to set connection string.Step 6:Enter Server name and Database name from dropdown boxes. Finally click onTest Connection to check the connection.Step 7:Click OK to complete and save changes. Now you can seeMyFirstSSRSSharedDataSourcedata source in Solution Explorer pane
  • SM(c) 2008 MResult Corp | Confidential 25
  • SM
  • SM Report Desinger(c) 2008 MResult Corp | Confidential 27
  • SM Main Features of Report DesignerThe Datasets window shows the data that is available to the report. The main design window lets you view the report itself. The Solution Explorer, Output, and Properties windows are the standardVisual Studio windows. You can change the available data or the sort order for the report bymodifying the query on the Data tab. You can resize or rearrange controls on the Layout tab.
  • SMSolution Explorer in SSRS is as shown
  • SMRight Click on above and select ‘Add New DataSource’
  • SMGive Name as MyFirstSSRSShared Data Source
  • SMWe have following bunch of option to use as Data Source
  • SMDon’t need to write or remember connection string justclick on edit
  • SMConnection Properties
  • SMYou can specify various credentials to this sharedData source as security reports is must
  • SMClick on ok and you will see shared data source is ready to use inyour solution explore
  • SMReport Data• New Data Pane – Built-in Fields • Total Pages, Execution Time, Page Number, User ID, etc. – Parameters • Report Parameters – Images – DataSets • Example: AdventureWorks
  • SM(c) 2008 MResult Corp | Confidential 38
  • SMData Sources• Now supports TeraData data sources• Still supported: > SQL Server  > XML > Oracle  > SAP NetWeaver BI > OLEDB  > Hyperion ESSBase > ODBC
  • SMTool Box• New Items added in SSRS 2008 R2: – Chart – Gauge
  • SMCharts• Many new charts added to this version
  • SMSSRS Example Reports
  • SMSSRS Example Reports
  • SMResources/ https://bimentalist.wordpress.com/ssrs/ Tablix :http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc645966.aspx Guage: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc281374.aspxhttp://www.simple-talk.com/sql/reporting-services/new-features-in-reporting-services-2008-and-2008-r2/New Features in Reporting Services 2008 and 2008 R2 ( Bill Pearson): AdventureWorks Report Samples: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en- us/library/aa337432(SQL.90).aspx
  • SM THANK YOU(c) 2008 MResult Corp | Confidential 45