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    DescriptionFind the right information and present it the right way Take full advantage of all SQL Server Reporting Services can do for you Without a way to interpret it, the data in your database just sits there doing nothing. Now you have help! This handy guide shows you how to retrieve data and create reports with the newest version of SQL Server Reporting Services, so you can deliver both hard copy and interactive, Web-based reports that tell your story. Discover how to * Access information from different databases * Build the right queries * Choose the best report type * Move from other reporting tools * Deliver reports on demand * Produce drill-down and drill-through reports


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    Title
    Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services For Dummies
    Authors and contributors
    By (author) Mark Robinson
    Physical properties
    Format: Paperback
    Number of pages: 432
    Width: 187 mm
    Height: 233 mm
    Thickness: 20 mm
    Weight: 623 g
    Language
    English
    ISBN
    ISBN 13: 9780764589133
    ISBN 10: 076458913X
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    BISAC V2.8: COM021000
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    LC classification: QA76.9.C55 R629 2006
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    Publisher
    John Wiley & Sons Inc
    Imprint name
    Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
    Publication date
    19 December 2005
    Publication City/Country
    Foster City
    Author Information
    Mark Robinson belongs to the Business Intelligence Partner Advisory Council at Microsoft. He helps fine-tune early releases of Microsoft business intelligence products and works closely with SQL Server Reporting Services development.
    Back cover copy
    Find the right information and present it the right wayTake full advantage of all SQL Server Reporting Services can do for youWithout a way to interpret it, the data in your database just sits there doing nothing. Now you have help! This handy guide shows you how to retrieve data and create reports with the newest version of SQL Server Reporting Services, so you can deliver both hard copy and interactive, Web-based reports that tell your story.Discover how toAccess information from different databasesBuild the right queriesChoose the best report type Move from other reporting toolsDeliver reports on demandProduce drill-down and drill-through reports
    Table of contents
    Introduction. Part I: Just the Basics. Chapter 1: Getting Familiar with Reporting Services. Chapter 2: Retrieving Data from a Database. Chapter 3: Building and Running a Simple Report. Part II: Building Reports - Your Creativity Options. Chapter 4: We're Off to See the Wizard. Chapter 5: Styling with Report Types. Chapter 6: Accessorizing Your Reports. Chapter 7: Reporting with Parameters and Format Options. Chapter 8: Using Report Builder. Part III: Publishing, Accessing, and Subscribing to Reports. Chapter 9: Publish or Perish - Getting the Report Out. Chapter 10: Executing and Accessing Reports on Demand. Chapter 11: Delivering Your Reports. Part IV: Maintaining Your Reports. Chapter 12: Managing and Administering Your Reports. Chapter 13: Securing Report Server. Chapter 14: Optimizing Report Performance. Part V: Developing Advanced Reports. Chapter 15: More About Interactive Reporting. Chapter 16: Drilling Down to the Details. Chapter 17: Reporting from OLAP Data Sources. Chapter 18: Helping Executives See the Big Business Picture. Part VI: Migrating from Other Reporting Tools. Chapter 19: Comparing Reporting Services to Other Popular Reporting Tools. Chapter 20: Converting Reports from Access. Part VII: The Part of Tens. Chapter 21: Ten Cool Tricks with Reporting Services. Chapter 22: Ten Ways to Hook Into the Microsoft BI Platform. Chapter 23: Ten Places to Find Reporting Services Support. Chapter 24: Ten Third Party Tools to Use with Reporting Services. Index.